Due to COVID19, we will continue remote music lessons until it is safe to return to the classroom. This fall please be prepared for continued remote learning, returning to the classroom or some combination thereof. On behalf of the teachers and staff at New England Music Academy, thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work on summer and fall planning while the COVID19 situation evolves.
Group classes provide the perfect environment for developing music skills through fun, noncompetitive, classroom activities that naturally draw children into the learning process. New classes generally begin in September and January. We offer two 6-week “Intro To Beginner Music” mini sessions, on begins in April and the other in June.
Description: Like many music and movement classes, Music Makers play, dance, play and sing with a parent or caregiver and develop a lifelong love of music. We use scarves, rhythm instruments and keyboards to explore the magical world of music. Nine week sessions begin September, January and March. Siblings under 7 months attend free. No unregistered siblings please.
Description: Much more than music and movement, this fun, sequential, academic music class also includes beginning theory, music form and ear training. This age appropriate curriculum prepares our youngest musicians and their caretakers for Beginner Music classes. These 16 week sessions begin in September and January. Parent or guardian learns with the student, no unregistered siblings please.
Description: Our one of a kind comprehensive, sequential, academic music class for students and their caretakers that puts music reading and ear training at the forefront. This fun filled, academic class covers all aspects of music including keyboards, singing, note reading, ear training, theory, composition and music form. A piano or keyboard is needed at home for weekly practice. These 17 week sessions begin in September and January. Parent or guardian learns with the student, no unregistered siblings please.
Description: Our one of a kind comprehensive, sequential, academic music class for older beginners and their caretakers that puts music reading at the forefront. This fun filled class covers keyboards, singing, note reading, ear training, theory and music form. A piano or keyboard is needed at home for weekly practice. Parent or guardian learns with the student, no unregistered siblings please.
Our private lessons program provides more than just a weekly lesson with your teacher….
30, 45, & 60 minute weekly Private & Instrumental Study includes…
All ages and levels: piano, guitar, strings, voice, brass woodwinds and more!
Description: Students in this program spend more time with the teacher, become better sight readers, have fewer practice issues at home and accelerate quickly through their books to become amazing musicians. Students must be able to work independently. Parents are not required to attend but are welcome to observe.
Description: Learn to read music or reconnect with your musical past. You’ll learn how to play the keyboard through note reading, theory, ensemble playing and maybe even some singing. Join our Adult group class and keep the creative juices flowing!
Home school parents love our comprehensive music curriculum that focuses on music literacy. Beginner Music Classes and Accelerated Piano Program are perfect for home school co-ops. Classes can be scheduled during daytime hours Monday through Friday. Minimum class size is 5 students / maximum 10. Contact the studio for more information.
Don’t miss a beat. Keep music fresh and fun all summer long through summer session camps and private lessons. Try a new instrument or advance in your current instrument. Our 6 week spring or summer session may be perfect for you!
New England Music Academy is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, age, citizenship status, veteran status or disability as defined and required by state and federal laws.