Lexington Violin Lessons Near You or Online

Parents whose kids take Lexington Violin Lessons at the Maestro Musicians Academy love the fact that our curriculum balances fun music making with a particular focus on technical proficiency.

Here is a sampling of what students will learn in their first year:

- How to Read Music
- How to Play With Confidence
- Where to Put the Fingers on the Fingerboard
- Short Songs

Our patient and friendly violin teachers help children, teens, and pre-teens progress every week through clear instructions and weekly assignments. 

Whether your child is just starting out, looking to play in the school ensemble, or local youth orchestra, we can help!

 

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Here Some Benefits to Signing up for our Lexington Violin Lessons!

Girl Playing Violin

1. Lexington Violin Lessons Near Me

Located at the United Methodist Church on 2600 Massachusetts Avenue, the Maestro Musicians Academy is centrally located and serves Lexington, Burlington, Bedford, Concord, Lincoln, Arlington, Woburn, and surrounding communities.

2. Convenient Scheduling

We typically have days and times available for lessons 7 days per week! This is perfect for busy parents and kids who have to juggle a lot of activities. 

3. Multiple Recital Opportunities

Kids who take our Lexington Violin lessons get to participate in optional recitals and concert opportunities multiple times per year! These recitals take place at our flagship Lexington location at the United Methodist Church and at local assisted living facilities every year!

4. We Can Help You Find an Instrument

Although there are a lot of not-so-good instruments out there, Boston is blessed to be the home of a number of great outfitters of violins. Should you need some advice as to where to rent a violin for the first time, feel free to ask us and we'll be happy to advise.

5. Taking Violin Lessons Allows Students to Learn About Seeing a Project From Start to Finish

Learning the violin, like all instruments, is a life-long journey. When a student prepares for a concert or learns a piece for his or her own enjoyment, the pupil is learning how to set realistic and attainable goals and then work toward them. This is a skill that transcends the music room and is so necessary in today's world across all disciplines.

 

Not sure if your child is ready for lessons yet? No problem! We offer a trial period so you have very little to lose. 

Schedule Your Free Phone Consultation and We'll Get in Touch Within 1 Business Day!

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Lessons are first come, first serve
so contact us today to arrange your first lesson!

Maestro Musicians Academy, Lexington, MA
2600 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington, MA 02421
1-857-756-5230

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