Air House is a comprehensive music academy that provides students with a balanced and integrated music education. With lessons in guitar, piano, voice, and more, our goal is to provide the tools for each student to discover their own unique form of expression. We believe in the beauty and power of music benefits both the life of the individual and the community at large, and we’re passionate about sharing our knowledge with the next generation of musicians.
We have a versatile and extensive lesson program. Lessons are customized to fit the needs and interests of the students of all ages and experience levels, from beginners to advanced players. We teach all genres and styles of music. Whatever style of music you are interested in playing, we have a teacher for you!
Our teachers are the highest caliber in Kansas, ensuring knowledgeable and thorough music instruction. We emphasize a well-rounded music education by teaching technical, theoretical and creative sides of music, while never forgetting that the primary purpose for making music is to have fun and experience beauty. Teachers help students achieve their musical ambitions, while guiding them in the right direction to become competent and educated musicians.
Air House also has one of the top recording studios in the area. Classes in audio production are taught by accomplished recording engineer Micajah Ryan whose credits include: Bob Dylan, Guns N’ Roses, Stuart Hamm, John Prine and many more. Students enrolling in this program have the unique opportunity to learn recording engineering from a true master of the art.
In addition to hosting classes, The Air House Recording Studio is also available for booking for bands and musicians. Air House brings you the best of both analog and digital recording and is a truly unique opportunity to record with a world class recording engineer. Whether you want to make an album, record a song, make a demo or record an audition tape, Air House can provide you with a quality recording for an affordable price. Where else can you record with someone who recorded two Bob Dylan albums?