ABOUT MAESTRO MUSICIANS ACADEMY'S LEXINGTON MUSIC SCHOOL
Learn About our Instructors, Tuition, and Why to Choose Maestro Musicians
About the Director
Dr. Daniel Broniatowski started his musical journey by taking piano lessons at the age of 4 and violin lessons at the age of 6. He was born in Cleveland, OH and came to Boston in 1999 to attend the New England Conservatory. After completing the Bachelor of Music program at that prestigious institution, Broniatowski continued his studies at the Royal College of Music in London, where he received a Master of Music degree in violin performance. Further studies led Daniel Broniatowski back to Boston where he was accepted on full scholarship in the doctor of musical arts degree program at Boston University in violin performance.
Dr. Broniatowski's interest in music education focuses on achieving optimal comfort and natural playing in addition to fusing the mind and body to produce a distinct tone based on each student's unique physique.
Our Lexington Music School Faculty
Maestro Musicians Academy's Lexington music school faculty members are not just top pros - they are inspiring musicians who love teaching children and adults. Our instructors are hand-selected for their wonderful rapport with our students and they truly love what they do.
In addition to possessing degrees from local and international conservatories and university music programs, Maestro Musicians Academy faculty members play with local orchestras, such as the Boston Philharmonic, New England Repertory Orchestra, and the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra.
Our teachers are also experienced audition coaches and can help you or your child prepare for a community or school orchestra audition. Whether you or your child is looking to play as a casual musician or go pro, we have the teacher for you!
Unlike most other Boston music schools, we won't lock you in to a semester model or a long-term contract. Maestro Musicians Academy's Lexington music school runs on a monthly basis and billing is automatically debited on the first of the month. If you sign up in the middle of the month, we will prorate you accordingly for the remainder of the first month and then continue on a monthly plan.
Your tuition includes twice-yearly recitals, weekly lessons, and dedicated staff to ensure that you are having the best music-lesson experience in Boston!
Why Choose Us
Our students come to us and stay with our Lexington music school because they love the fact that we take an active role in your or your child's musical education. Our dedicated and nurturing instructors make it their personal mission to make sure that our students are meeting their full musical potential.
We want to make sure that you get the experience that you deserve and our teachers will hold your hand through the music learning process to make sure that you as a student or parent are given personalized lesson plans and smart, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-bound goals.
Learn more about the music lessons we offer in piano, guitar, voice, violin, clarinet, trumpet, drums, and more!
Our Lexington Music School gives children and teens the opportunity to participate in a minimum of two recitals per year. While we never force anyone to play who is not comfortable, we find that most of our students take part in our winter or spring concert (or both!).
Our student recitals take place on the big stage with great acoustics and a wonderful piano. Many students get to play with a piano accompanist, if applicable!
Students who participate in our recitals benefit from increased self-confidence, appreciation for seeing a project through from start to finish, and the knowledge that they have what it takes to be calm in the face of challenges.
Frequently Asked Questions
We know that you have many options in music schools in the Lexington area. We believe that our music lessons will provide you or your children with the highest quality experience in town.
Sometimes, parents need guidance as to whether or not their children are ready for lessons. Others need help finding an instrument. Yet, others wish to find out how to choose the right instrument for their child.
If this sounds like you, kindly visit our frequently asked questions page to find out about our Lexington Music School, our teaching philosophy, group music lessons, and our top faculty members.
Need more help? The friendly office staff at the Maestro Musicians Academy's Lexington Music School is always happy to help and we take pride in our friendly customer service. Why not give us a call at 857-756-5230 and we would be happy to answer any of your questions!