Clavier-Werke is a traditional music school offering lessons in piano, guitar, voice, violin, viola, cello and composition, with two locations in West Lake Hills and South Austin.

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It’s already time to sign up for the Clavier-Werke Theory and Musicianship Test Week!

PIANO STUDENTS: The week of January 22nd is the Clavier-Werke Theory Test and Musicianship Week at our studios for piano students. Piano students will sign up for a test time that will occur instead of their private lesson and theory lab.

ALL OTHER THEORY LAB STUDENTS: The only guitar, voice, violin and cello students who will need to sign up for a time are those enrolled in the theory lab. These students will still have a private lesson at their regular time in addition to the testing, also the week of January 22nd.

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Students have been preparing all year for these exams. Some students will go on to take the official Whitlock Theory Test at Concordia University on Saturday, February 3rd. If you are unclear about whether or not you should sign up for a time, please consult your teacher. Thank you!

New early childhood classes!

TMC-Logo smallClavier-Werke will be adding new early childhood classes to our list of programs offered and we are excited!! The Music Pups (TM) program offered by The Music Class is for ages infant through 4 so siblings are welcome to take classes together! We are proud to be the only music school in Austin offering this fun and engaging program. Classes will be available at both our Westlake and our Circle C locations. Click on this link for more information about the classes, pre-register here for a free trial or feel free to give us a call at (512) 328-5777. For full session registration and fee payment click here!

Classical Benefit Concert for Hurricane Relief

Clavier-Werke School of Music is hosting a free classical concert to benefit hurricane victims at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, 1500 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., on Sunday, September 24th at 3pm. There will be performances by teachers and students. A performance program is available here for viewing. The concert is free and the Austin Disaster Relief Network will be onsite to take donations. 100% of the donations will go to the ADRN. Please RSVP here to attend this event.

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