Grow through music.

Music education, concerts, and community events rooted in the African American experience for people of all ages to gather, explore, and grow through music.

Minnesota Regional Cultural Treasures Award Recipient

Funding made possible by a collaboration of the McKnight, Ford, Bush and Jerome Foundations.


We strive to provide music education to any student who wants to learn, and we offer a variety of lessons for all ages and skill levels. Get started with a free introductory music lesson.


Rondo Community Music Series, sponsored by the Harlan Boss Foundation for the Arts is back for year 4. This year’s lineup features more of our talented faculty, and more concert dates for you to join.


Your participation helps support our mission to provide accessible music education in our community.

“Walker West is a community of positive, caring people who not only teach music but also transform lives.”


The Amazing Grace Chorus (AGC) of Walker West was featured on CNN! The four minute segment will featured Shana Moses, AGC Program Director, and our beloved chorus members as they share their experiences and demonstrate the power of music.

Rondo Community Music Series Panel Discussion:The Dual Role of Music Educators as Performers: Shaping the Twin Cities Music Scene, hosted by Earl Ross with panelists Tom Wells, Felix James, and William Duncan.

September 27, 7:00 pm

Experience Jazz is a genre-bridging music ensemble program for instrumentalists, vocalists, rappers, DJs and other aspiring musical artists. This innovative program is an incubator for middle and high school musicians to learn, play and compose new music together.