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COVID-19 | Teachers Adapting Methods in a Pandemic

At the Franklin Music Academy, the safety of our students and staff is our top priority. As of March 15th, the CDC recommends that locations should not occupy more than 50 persons at a time. President Trump takes it a step further and insists that groups should be no larger […]

Rock Band Concert 2019

  Rock Band Concert | FREE ADMISSION South Austin Community Event Franklin Music Academy is excited to kick off the first event of Recital Season with our 2019 Rock Band Concert featuring our students performing electronic and acoustic instruments. For the past few years we have partnered with food trucks […]

Thinkery Unofficial SXSW 2018

SXSW 2019

Throughout the year, the Franklin Music Academy is invited to participate in different events from local businesses requesting our students to perform. Naturally, we are very selective in the events we encourage our students to participate in. Our first priority is to protect the safety of our students. Before we […]

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2018 Summer Music Camp

Summer Music Camp Highlights Our summer music camp is always a fun time for kids of varying music ability to bond and jam out with peers. It’s also a fab opportunity for kids with lots of music experience to become a remodel as Junior Camp Coordinators. Our summer camp are […]

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SXSW 2018

SXSW Event 2018 We were invited to perform at the Science Museum, Thinkery, in the Mueller area in Austin. The Franklin Music Academy performed in a 3-part music school line-up. School of Rock and Band Aid School of Music will be joining us in an effort to allow kids to […]

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2018 Recital Season

2018 Events Big plans for 2018 Recital Season itinerary. This year we have planned 3 events: 2 Piano Recitals for our upper and lower level pianists and 1 community concert recital. Not every student will be playing in both the concert and piano recitals, but many will. Please make sure […]