Music education is so much more than just than learning to play an instrument.
Music should be fun because that’s the only way kids really learn. But, we also want music education to focus on music literacy so student’s learning can translate to any instrument. Complex music concepts are no big deal as teachers present them in a fun, age appropriate way.
Parents get to participate in group classes. Watching your child interact with his teacher and peers in the classroom setting is an experience you’ll find only at NEMA. As time goes on, practicing and playing music with your child will become some of your most cherished memories.
It’s more fun to play together. Private lessons can be so solitary, but our elite group of private lessons students come together several times a year to have fun sharing their musical gifts. With different instruments and all skill levels in one room, we use games to help master skills and develop our performing artistry.
Our first classes began in 2005, we have grown our lesson center and evolved our curriculum to offer so much more than music lessons.
“My daughter completed the program in 2009. Of all the early childhood activities that she participated in music has already given back so much. Our music class was the corner stone to what will be a lifetime gift.” – Mom of 2009 graduate
Our New England Music Academy families come from several Central Massachusetts communities including: Ashland, Auburn, Boylston, Clinton, Fitchburg, Framingham, Grafton, Holden, Hopkinton, Hudson, Leominster, Marlborough, Millbury, Northborough, Paxton, Princeton, Rutland, Shrewsbury, Southborough, Sterling, West Boylston, Westborough, Worcester