February 26, 2017

Rehearsal Studios Now Available

Call or email today and schedule an appointment to come view the few remaining studios at the Music Garage. … [more]

Rehearsal Studios Now Available Rehearsal Studios Now Available

Production Suites

Each suite comes equipped with a live room and  attached control room. Excellent for mixing , tracking… [more]

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Our Mission

Here at the Music Garage we understand that when you're looking for a studio or rehearsal facility, you… [more]

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Our Mission

At the Music Garage we understand that when you’re looking for a studio or rehearsal facility, you aren’t just renting space, you’re investing in your career. That’s why we have made it our mission to provide you with the facilities, tools, and information you need to achieve your goals. If you are serious about your music, you won’t find a better environment to interact and create than the Music Garage.


Music Garage is Looking for Interns!

  Music Garage is recruiting smart, passionate, organized self-starters for our 2017 Winter Intern team who can dedicate 15-20 hours/week from January 9 – May 14, 2017. If you want to work in the music industry, there is no better place to get your foot in the door than Music Garage. You’ll have opportunities to […]

Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser

Happy October! We’re celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month with our annual fundraiser. Stop by the front desk to buy a limited edition pink Music Garage sticker or guitar pick for $1. You can also donate any amount if you don’t want the swag, but come on, it’s pretty cool! Either way, Music Garage will match […]

Us and Them: The Disconnect Between Musical Education and the Modern World

by Bridget Stiebris There’s nothing like the pungent smell of litter and increased crime reports to mark the beginning of another Chicago summer. With the stress of exams behind them, high school and college students alike can finally take a breath of relief as their obligations drift away for a fleeting three months. For the […]

Walking Contradiction: Rocking with a Degree

 by Bridget Stiebris When you think of rock music, what typically comes to mind? If you’re my grandparents, you’ll probably imagine a sweaty stadium full of angsty punks, thrashing about and punching one another in the face. And if you ever attend a Slipknot concert, that’s probably what you’ll see. Is that really all that […]

Music Education 101

by Lyssa Sheng Growing up, while other kids my age were watching Barney and The Big Comfy Couch, my parents would sit me down in front of TRL and had me dancing to Janet Jackson in the family room of my grandparents house. My very first memory was when I attended my first concert at the ripe age […]