The Best Learning Environment
Take lessons at our studio and immerse yourself in a fantastic learning environment where you’ll be inspired to practice and grow as a musician. We’ve taken great care to provide a professional yet cool vibe for your learning process. While our in home lessons and lessons via webcam offer certain conveniences, we encourage you to study at our studio for the ultimate experience. You or your child will be free from distractions and will be able to focus solely on the music. You will have the best scheduling options with the full range of our teaching staff. And perhaps most importantly you will consistently be inspired by listening to our community of students and instructors here, along with our ensemble events such as Jam Night, Song Night, and Kids Jam.
Location. Location. Location.
Come and study music at our amazing Back Bay location. We are in the heart of Boston right on Newbury Street. Our music lesson studio is surrounded by a variety of great shops and restaurants and is just half a block from the Green Line Subway and Mass. Ave. bus routes. Driving in? There’s easy access to and from Storrow and Memorial Drive, the Mass Ave bridge and the Mass Pike. Find street parking, especially on Newbury Extension, or use one of the nearby garages. We are just around the corner from Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory, New England Conservatory, and Symphony Hall, so music is in the air!
Comfortable, Connected, and Complimentary
We have a comfortable climate controlled facility with two networks of free wi-fi, keeping you connected whether you’re in your lesson or in our waiting area. Including our Yamaha U2 upright, there are numerous pianos here that are tuned regularly as well as weighted-key electronic keyboards. We have electric and acoustic guitars on hand from manufacturers such as Paul Reed Smith, Fender, Ibanez and Seagull – free for you to use during your lessons. Amps, effects pedals, and Yamaha drums; and a PA system and microphones for singers who wish to practice their microphone technique.
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