Parent Tested, Child Approved
With so many music schools in the greater Boston and Baltimore areas, why should you choose Maestro Musicians Academy? Quite simply, when you choose Maestro Musicians, you are entering a large family. Our teachers do more than teach music.
Through our lessons, we take an active role in your child’s life. Rather than offering “run-of-the-mill” music lessons, we joyfully instill a way of life through music. What do we mean by this? First and foremost, we recognize that in order to teach any subject, a healthy foundation is necessary.
Our music lessons work best when there is an actively working relationship between teacher, parent, and student, and we as a school strive to be the glue that binds all three of these elements together. Our approach involves a healthy balance between structure and fun with personal achievement as the ultimate goal. A child who works within the above framework can, over time, expect to achieve the following from our lessons:
- The ability to see a project (such as a musical piece) through from start to finish
- A respect for consistent, focused work
- An enhanced ability to listen
- A respect and love for classical music
- Self-empowerment and expression through music
Based on recent surveys conducted with our students’ parents, we found the following common threads:
- Parents and students love our fun approach to music without pressure
- Parents love our friendly approach to children
- Parents love our ability to understand and care for the individual needs of each student
- Parents appreciate the fact that we take the time to listen to their input
If these elements resonate with you and your child, we would love to hear from you!
Find out more about our music school and our Free Trial Music Lesson here!
“I founded Maestro Musicians, LLC in 2010. After obtaining degrees in violin performance from the prestigious New England Conservatory, Royal College of Music, and Boston University College of Fine Arts, I came to the conclusion that a new method of communicating classical music was necessary in our modern times and that the old values and tastes conveyed by that music still very much resonate today. In fact, now, more than ever, our society needs to rediscover this wonderful music which has the ability to transcend all cultures and unite us all together under a common language of Music to Warm the Heart.
Please join us in our movement to bring this special, meaningful, and spiritual music into your life!”– Daniel Broniatowski, D.M.A.