The Maestro Musicians Academy’s Lexington Music School is conveniently located at the Hancock Church on 1912 Massachusetts Avenue, right next to the Lexington Common and steps to the town center. Our music school is privileged to have access to a number of pianos, classrooms, and a beautiful sanctuary that can be used for recitals. The Hancock Church is a community that deeply appreciates music and our budding relationship with the Hancock community is very important to us. We hope one day to encourage students to perform for church functions, for those interested.
The Maestro Musicians Academy Lexington is available for lessons Monday through Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. Our music school offers all instruments, in addition to lessons in the basic building blocks of music (also known as music theory), music history, and music appreciation. Our summer Musical Maestros program introduces children to the rich tapestry of classical music and encourages them to make their own instruments!
While we teach all ages and students from all locations, our Lexington students tend to live locally and attend the neighboring public schools. Our music lessons both support and supplement the high level of music education that the Lexington public schools are known for, and we encourage our students to enroll in orchestra and small ensemble groups. We believe that music lessons provide both phenomenal educational and social advantages in the lives of all students who participate in the discipline of learning an instrument. We are also not too far from Arlington and serve this community as well.
How to find our Lexington Music School
Located in the heart of Lexington, our Lexington music school is accessible by the following transportation routes:
Route 128, Exit 30B
Bus routes: 62, 76
Maestro Musicians Lexington Music School