Stop wasting time on ineffective lessons.
Many excellent musicians don't have the proper training to teach students in such a way that keeps them engaged and excited about their lessons.
Students can take lessons for years and never really learn to read music. Lessons become too hard, precious time and money are wasted and students quit.
You just want a professional teacher who respects your time, and has an organized lesson plan to help your student thrive in lessons.
You deserve more from a lesson program.
You deserve to have teachers you can connect with.
Our elite team of teachers have a passion for teaching. They naturally draw students into the learning process in a way that makes learning feel easy for our students.
You deserve high quality, impactful lessons.
Imagine the confidence gained in learning to read music and being able to play pieces independently. Imagine wanting to practice and thriving in lessons.
Private lessons and group CLASSES FOR all ages.
Our early childhood music and movement classes present the first steps into music including keyboard exploration.
Choose from Beginner Music Classes, Beginner Strings & Band, Accelerated Piano Program and private lessons.
Accelerated Piano Program, provides the independence teens crave and gives them the opportunity to thrive in their music study.
Have fun learning something new or reconnecting with your instrument in group piano classes or private lessons.
At New England Music Academy, we know you don't want to waste time and money on ineffective lessons. We believe learning music shouldn't have to be so hard! New England Music Academy is committed to providing top quality teachers who are passionate about teaching and committed to making music fun for students of all ages. So start making music today! Call us, visit a class and love your lessons.
What our families say.
"My son took private lessons this summer by Zoom. Honestly, the result is much higher than what I expected. The teacher is very kind and professional. My son really enjoys the lessons and wishes to continue in the fall"
~ David Y.