Music Scene in
Your HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA MUSIC RECORDING SCHOOL
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Home to James Madison University, the town of Harrisonburg is located in the Shenandoah Valley of northern Virginia, hosting a population of about 45,000 people. Despite its small size and seemingly remote location, Harrisonburg hosts an active music scene, fueled at least in part by the presence of the college. Local bands and musicians, as well as some touring acts, regularly play in venues around the area, in styles ranging from jazz to folk to rock. Popular venues include the Clementine Cafe and the basement of the Blue Nile. House concerts are also a popular music staple in this area.
To accommodate the ongoing needs of the music scene, a number of recording studios make their home in the Harrisonburg area. Whether your interest is in recoding, producing, mixing or mastering, you’ll find plenty of learning opportunities in Harrisonburg.