It’s never too early to fall in love with music!

No matter your age, from birth through school and beyond, we offer fun and engaging classes to keep your child learning and exploring the wide world of music.
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We offer fun and engaging classes to keep your child learning and exploring the wide world of music. Music Together® provides a solid foundation for very young children, the Suzuki Program is a great way to start on instruments, and traditional lessons are wonderful for children gravitating toward a particular instrument. We grow with you!

Early Childhood

Music Together® is our early childhood music education program (birth-age 5). Research-based and designed for children and their caregivers, Music Together® provides a fun, nurturing environment to learn and make music in community. Teachers are specially trained and certified, and create magical, musical experiences for families.

School Age (K-12)

The Center supports public school music programs by providing individual and group lessons, studio classes, music theory/fundamentals classes, workshops, and student recitals. During the summer, we offer mini-camps, ensembles, and beginning instrument classes.

Suzuki Program

Coming in Fall 2020
Shinichi Suzuki created this method over 50 years ago based on the belief that every child can learn to play a musical instrument just as they learn their native language. Students enrolled in the Suzuki Program receive weekly lessons as well as bi-weekly group lessons. Learn what to expect.

Individual, Group, and Family Lessons

It’s almost never too early (or too late) to take lessons. Consider enrolling students at any age. Music supports healthy development, overall learning in academics (especially math and languages), and much more. We can work with you to decide when to start lessons and which instrument may be right for your child.

Make music as a family with our 45-minute online lessons for two or more people learning the same instrument.

Lessons FAQ

How do lessons work?
  • Lessons are available on all instruments and voice.
  • Lessons are 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes in length and provide one-on-one instruction by expert faculty members.
  • Students (at any level) can participate in recitals each term if they wish.
  • Enrollment is by term, but lessons can be started at any time during the year and prorated for the rest of the term.
  • Lessons are weekly, unless you choose the À La Carte option. For a slightly higher fee, you may choose a customized lesson schedule.
  • Two to four students may opt to take lessons together to enhance learning and save on cost.
How are lessons priced?

Please visit our Tuition page for detailed information.

In keeping with the Center’s philosophy of offering music instruction to every student regardless of financial circumstance, we also offer need-based financial assistance.

How do I enroll?

To enroll, please complete our New Student Interest Form and our registrar will work with you to find just the right fit.

What Should I Expect in the Suzuki Program?
  • Parental involvement. Weekly lessons are for students, but parents sit in and learn along with the child as involved observers
  • Bi-weekly (or monthly) group classes. Group lessons give students the chance to learn and play together in a fun, engaging setting
  • Structured practice time

Available Programs

Need help?

We’re happy to answer any questions you have.

Other Youth Programs

Summer Camps & Classes

Summer should be all about fun in the sun and violin lessons. See what we’re diving into this summer.

Music & Wellness

We are passionate about sharing the incredible wellness benefits of music with our community through fun and engaging programs.

Community Programs

We provide opportunities to explore your connection with music onsite, online, in schools, or offsite at community organizations.

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