Artichoke Music

Artichoke Community Music, Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland, OR, United States

503.232.8845

In an era where people too often allow the “experts” do it for them, we offer a friendly, encouraging place where people of all ages and backgrounds can discover, learn and play music themselves. Whether you’ve just picked up your first guitar, or you’ve been playing for years and want to write music, or you’re ready to learn how to make your living through the business of music, you’ll feel welcomed and supported at Artichoke.

Artichoke provides education through our music school and through outreach to under-served communities. We serve all ages but most of our students are adults. We believe that everyone who wants to make music should have the tools, training and encouragement to do so.

Artichoke’s music school offers group classes and workshops as well as individual instruction. Musicians of all levels will find opportunities to play with others in supportive jams and song circles. The stage at Artichoke Café, our intimate listening room, is a great place to grow as a musician.

Artichoke’s outreach programs address the needs of typically under-served communities by bringing teachers and performers to them. You’ll find our teachers at senior centers, schools, and hospitals offering performances and workshops.

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