Are you looking for music lessons for you or your child in a group setting?
Here is a list of classes we offer to the Maestro Musicians community in Greater Boston
(click on each individual course for a complete description):
Basic Music Theory
Chamber Music (All levels and ages welcome)
Musical Maestros Summer Music Program
Scale and Etude Class (For pre-professional students)
Why take group lessons? Aside from the social interaction that is offered, group classes allow children to learn from each other and see a wide variety of perspectives. They also present parents with a more affordable alternative to one-to-one private lessons. This is ideal for parents who are not yet sure if the interest is quite there yet as it relates to their child.
Learn an instrument in a supportive and nurturing environment and make friends along the way! The adult beginner class conveniently meets at our Brookline Campus at 62 Green Street on a weeknight at 6 PM.
Ever wonder how music REALLY works? Basic Music Theory will teach you all about the basic building blocks of what you see on the page. This class is a MUST for anyone who really wants to understand music!
Play music with other students. Learn all about working as an ensemble and have a great time with your new friends! For pre-teens, teens and adults.
Summer music program for children ages 4-6 at our Brookline, Lexington, or Stoughton campuses. Little Maestros meets one day per week in August from 10 AM – 11 AM. In this program, children get to try out instruments, play in a handbell choir, sing together, and build their own shoebox violins!
Music Appreciation for all Ages
Learn about the great virtuosos of classical music. Among potential topics covered are “The Golden Age of Violin Playing”, Great performers of the Twentieth Century, and “Classical Music for the Curious”.
Learn about some of the most important composers of classical music and become acquainted with their works! This course focuses on the evolution of classical music and the meaning behind monumental works as they relate to general Western history. We also listen to different recordings as part of the class.
Scale and Etude Classes (For pre-professional students)
For aspiring virtuosi, a solid technique is not just desirable – it is vital. Every teenager who is considering a career as a classical musician must take this class. This is a class that focuses on scales and studies. The class is conducted in “masterclass” form, meaning that students learn from each other in a supportive environment.
Want to sign up? Contact us today! or call (857) 756-5230