Boston Voice Lessons

On March 24, 2017, I had the privilege of interviewing Kelly Zhang, one of our highly-trained singing teachers who teaches Boston Voice Lessons in our Brookline, Lexington, and West Newton locations. Kelly, or Yuxi, as she is known in her native China, graduated from Shenzhen University and the Longy Conservatory of Music. Although she is […]

The Benefits of Voice Lessons

Are you interested in taking voice lessons? Perhaps your son or daughter is very musical and you were thinking about enrolling him or her in voice lessons at the local music school around the corner! As a classical violinist and the director of the Maestro Musicians Academy in Boston and Baltimore, I have been blessed […]

Learn to Play the Lute

Have you ever wanted to learn to play the lute? This contemporarily rare, but historically popular instrument comes straight to us from the Medieval to late Baroque time periods. Often associated with folklore and ancient music, the lute is one of the most majestic plucked, stringed instruments. It was introduced to Europe by the Moors […]

Newton Library Concert for Children!

Come to the Maestro Musicians Academy Concert for Children on September 11, 2016 at 2 PM at the Newton Free Library (330 Homer Street)! The concert will feature a 40 minute performance followed by 20 minutes of instrument demonstrations in Druker Auditorium. Instruments included are violin, piano, cello, flute, trumpet, and voice. This concert is […]

The Benefits of Music Lessons

Today, I would like to talk about the benefits of music lessons – the “why” in what we do at the Maestro Musicians Academy. We believe so strongly that music lessons should be a vital part of every child’s life. My desire to explain what it is that motivates us comes from a deep conviction that […]

How to Practice the Violin and the Creative Process

Are you a beginning violin enthusiast who needs guidance on how to practice the violin? This article and the accompanying video below is for you! In my approximately 13 years of teaching the violin, I have seen my students benefit from the many skills that transcend the lesson and the classroom. Arguably, the most important lesson taught that […]