In this study, it is aimed to measure the interest levels of individuals who have attentive music education and to examine the relationship between the variables of "age, gender, family members who are engaged in music and performing in concert events". The study group of the study consisted of 100 students between the ages of 14-25 who took lessons in amateur music education institutions in Konya, Meram and Selçuklu districts and participated in the study voluntarily. As a means of collecting data, Okay et al. The "Interest in Music Scale" developed by (2015) was used. "Unrelated Sample t Test" and "One-Way Analysis of Variance" tests, which are among the parametric statistics, were used in analyzing the data. As a result of the study, it was found that the interest levels of the students receiving music education were low in the "negative attitudes towards playing instruments and going to concerts" dimension and high in the "positive attitudes towards playing instruments and going to concerts" dimension, and the interest levels of the students who received meticulous music education and the gender variable were found to be low. There is a significant difference in favor of female students, there is a significant difference between the "attitudes towards singing" dimension of the students who have attentive music education and their families' interest in music, that the students in the age group of 17-19 are more interested in listening to music than students in the 20-22 age group It has been concluded that it is at a high level.
Keywords: Music education, amateur music education, interest in music