Why Enroll in our Music School?
Serving multiple locations in Boston and Baltimore, Maestro Musicians Academy is your local Music School! Our caring instructors teach so much more than music because our classical music lessons transcend the instrument.
In a world that is becoming increasingly fragmented along cultural lines, we believe that teaching the art of communication is of paramount importance to young people. Music is a beautiful language that can be understood by any person, regardless of background. It is a great uniter. When you sign up for lessons for your child with the Maestro Musicians Academy, you are not just enrolling him or her in a generic music school.
You are joining a community that shares the values of emotional and intellectual interconnectedness and communication.
In addition, learning to play music nourishes the soul, sharpens the mind, and develops coordination.
Our students are also taught how to teach themselves. Under our wing, our students become self-sufficient learners who, inspired through a love of music, regularly practice their instruments at home.Openings Come up Throughout the Semester Contact Us to Inquire About Teacher Availaility!
Among the many music classes offered by our stellar faculty members are Guitar Lessons, Violin Lessons, and Trumpet Lessons. There are plenty more instruments we teach. Check out our instruments page to see some demonstrations by our music teachers!
Suitable for all ages, our music school’s lessons are uniquely tailored to each individual student. We offer 30, 45, and 60 minute classes based on your child’s age, attention span, and technical goals.
We believe that anyone can learn how to play an instrument and that lessons work best when children are engaged and interested from the outset.
Our stellar faculty members are professional experienced performers and teachers who regularly play in orchestras and ensembles throughout New England and the mid-Atlantic. They have diplomas from the best conservatories and universities in the world including the New England Conservatory, Boston University, Longy School of Music, and the Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University.