Music Lessons in Washington D.C.
Comprehensive list of Washington D.C. based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
B&B Music Lessons is the DC, MD and VA area's premier provider of in home music lessons. Our staff is friendly, great with children, and reliable. Our service is guaranteed. If you are not satisfied after the first lesson, there will be no charge and we'll find another teacher. However this rarely happens because we have a hand picked staff of instructors who must pass a stringent hiring process. If
- It's been almost 10 months since my daughter (8 years old) began taking guitar lessons.
Music for young people; achievement for life! The DC Youth Orchestra Program supplies music classes and ensemble training to all students who wish to participate. Because of the program's unique structure and curriculum, no child is turned away and every child is challenged by being placed in a level appropriate to his or her ability. We accept all students, regardless of knowledge or income level.
Finding the correct music teacher for yourself or your child could not be easier. Musical Associates is a network of the area's best music teachers who will bring quality music education into your home. For over 15 years Musical Associates has been matching the correct teacher and student for all instruments and voice, all stages of interest and ability.
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SAGWA is a volunteer organization devoted to improving kids's lives through music education. Our goal is to inspire an appreciation for the untapped possibilities of kids through promoting the understanding and use of the music teaching approach and educational philosophy of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki for the greater happiness of all kids. If you are new to SAGWA, welcome!
I'm an expert freelance musician in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area and a member of the American Federation of Musicians l;ocal #770. I am a former member of the music faculty at the Trinity University of Washington, DC and I have a private music studio in the District. My method of instruction is traditional, non-Suzuki.