Music Lessons in Alexandria, VA

Comprehensive list of Alexandria, Virginia based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.

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CTM Studios is a private music lesson studio specializing in piano, voice, guitar, violin, brass, wood-wind and dance instruction. But most importantly, CTM Studios' philosophy is to cultivate the "total musician". Students not only develop their craft, but all of the elements that contribute to a well-rounded performer. Each student and parent can expect quality instruction in a professional, safe


MEA Piano Studio offers piano lessons to students at it's location in Alexandria, Virginia as well as in students' homes in certain areas of Northern Virginia. As everyone knows, driving in Northern Virginia can be a large hassle. So, here are several important details. The studio is technically situated in Alexandria, but really sits on the edge of Alexandria and Springfield.

  • My children have been taking lessons here for 6 years and have learned so much and become

Samantha Hegre teaches private cello lessons in her Alexandria studio. Her educational focus is not only on the technical aspect of cello playing, but how to make the music come alive as well as practice strategies. Samantha believes in an ergonomic approach to cello playing so as to avoid repetitive stress injuries common to musicians while comfortably producing a full, rich tone. She also realizes



M EA Piano Studio offers piano lessons to students at it's location in Alexandria, Virginia as well as in students homes in certain areas of Northern Virginia. As everyone knows, driving in Northern Virginia can be a large hassle. So, here are several important details. The studio is technically situated in Alexandria, but really sits on the edge of Alexandria and Springfield.

  • I enrolled my child in the first Blast Off session and she had a wonderful time while

We sing, make silly sounds, move in creative ways, dance with scarves, play instruments, and experience music in a million different ways. By communicating and expressing our human experience with each other through music, we become a thankful music-making community! All kids can evolve the skills necessary to sing expressively, move rhythmically, and become music makers.