Getting Started with Music Lessons and Classes at the Center for Musical Arts

If you have never played an instrument and are unsure where to begin, you are welcome at the Center for Musical Arts. Here is what you need to know:

Music lessons are available for all instruments and voice, for students of all ages and abilities. Learn more on our music lessons page, and when you’re ready, fill out our New Student Interest Form 

We also offer music classes, which change seasonally and are easy to register for on our website. Explore our music classes and ensembles

We offer need-based tuition assistance and low- or no-cost instrument rental

If you are a past student returning after a break, please complete our New Student Interest Form. If you are a current student who would like to enroll for the next term, visit our Student Info Center for instructions.

Not sure what’s right for you? Click the 💬 in the bottom right corner of the page and ask us a question. We’re happy to help.

Interested in seeing all that we have to offer?

There are many approaches to teaching music and places you can choose to study. We hope you will choose us because:

A Welcoming, Nurturing Environment

We strive to provide a friendly, non-competitive environment where everyone feels welcome and respected

Student-Centered Learning

Our versatile faculty can coach you to be a better shower singer or help you prep an audition for music school (and everything in between)

Instrument Bank

Our Musical Instrument Bank provides a wide variety of instruments to students who would otherwise be unable to afford them

Financial Assistance

Our Heartstrings Program helps low-income students access lessons or instruments

Participate in Ensembles

 Join ensembles such as concert/jazz bands, Coro Santuario, musical theater, and others

Musical Variety

We offer opportunities to explore different instruments or the same instrument with different teachers

Have questions? Right this way

Or click the 💬 in the bottom right corner of the page and ask us a question.