Music Lessons in New York City

50% Off

New York

$260 $130

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Up to 88% Off Guitar Lessons at GotChops Music

Manhattanville

$255 $35

Musician with two decades of experience and an album under his belt teaches guitar lessons at his studio or in Manhattan homes

45% Off

New York

$400 $220

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50% Off

New York

$240 $120

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44% Off Guitar Lessons

Jersey City

$50 $28

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Up to 54% Off at Yellow Frog Guitar Classes

The Waterfront

$149 $69

Experienced guitar instructor teaches the instrument's fundamentals during group classes designed for beginners

63% Off Guitar Lessons 

Upper East Side

$120 $45

Lessons cover guitar basics, such as chord formations and tuning; students can also learn the guitar parts in their favorite songs

45% Off

New York

$100 $55

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49% Off Music Lessons

Prospect Lefferts Gardens

$65 $33

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Up to 52% Off Music Lessons

Brooklyn

$120 $59

Expert instructors lead students of all levels through lessons on the piano, guitar, drums, or voice

45% Off

Park Slope

$180 $99

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Up to 73% Off Music Lessons

Bushwick

$70 $19

Musician Nick LeClair teaches guitar lessons to students of any level and banjo, bass, and piano to beginners

Half Off Music Lessons

Dyker Heights

$60 $30

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Up to 51% Off Kids' Violin Classes

Soho/TriBeCa

$150 $75

Kids aged 4–8 learn to play the violin using the Suzuki violin method in a fun, friendly group setting

60% Off Music Lessons

Forest Hills

$156 $62

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Up to 68% Off Private Piano Lessons

Upper West Side

$120 $39

Experienced musician David Sklar teaches students of all ages to play piano using a mixture of technique, music theory, and ear training

Up to 53% Off Piano Lessons

Ozone Park

$78 $39

Half-hour piano lessons introduce students to music theory and start them down the path to performance

Up to 52% Off Piano Lessons at The New York Conservatory of Music

New York

$110 $55

Music instructors provide one-on-one attention to students.

45% Off Services

New York

$300 $165

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Up to 56% Off Private Music Lessons

Midtown Center

$90 $42

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Dexterous instrumentalists train aspiring players of all ages during low-key one-on-one lessons tailored to skill level or song choice

Up to 54% Off Music Lessons

Theater District - Times Square

$40 $20

Lessons introduce students to techniques for playing the piano or guitar, or help develop singing skills

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With bicoastal learning labs that give students complete access to mixing and sound equipment, dubspot is one of the country's foremost institutions for learning music and media technologies. The school's course list covers everything from DJing to sound design. Class sizes of 10 people or less ensure each student gets plenty of one-on-one instruction, which is fortunate since the instructors have plenty of wisdom to offer. Their ranks include a Grammy-nominated producer and a sound designer for the Oscar-winning animated film Wall-E.

Even when they're not in class, students have access to the lab facilities six days a week. Those unable to attend courses in person at the New York or LA schools can also enroll online, an option which gives them access to instructional videos for up to one year or until their computer gets old enough to move out on its own.

348 West 14th Street
New York,
New York
US

Even though it’s been lauded by CBS New York, Time Out New York Kids, and Nickelodeon Parents Connect, ABC Do-Re-Me! most values praise from its students. At each energetic studio, newborns to 6-year-olds ecstatically bounce along to children’s songs from a live guitarist or to tunes by pop artists such as the Beatles, the Black Eyed Peas, and Madonna, as they build cognitive skills, develop socially, and create dance routines that will wow at baby prom.

2537 Broadway
New York,
NY
US

520 8th Ave
New York,
NY
US

251 W 30th St
New York,
NY
US

Today's Groupon teaches you to skillfully strum with a 10-week guitar course at NYC Guitar School. Take any one of its $319 classes for $160. Lessons for every level of skill and practice are offered, from guitar for absolute beginners to intermediate classes including blues guitar to advanced classes such as modes of lead guitar. NYC Guitar School has a cure for every type of guitar ague with unique offerings including a Jimi Hendrix class, flamenco, a songwriter's circle, and a range of bass and classical guitar classes. All classes are limited to six students or less.

81 4th Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

For many, being a professional singer is a distant and often unrealized dream. But for students of The Singing Experience, the reality gets more attainable, even if only for one night. That's because the program immerses performers in a singing workshop that teaches vocal techniques and helps them overcoms stage fright. At the end of the course, students sing a song in a live cabaret performance on the stage of The Triad.

All this was made possible by performer Linda Amiel Burns, who dreamed up The Singing Experience in 1977 as a way to help novice singers tackle their fears of performing and of sea witches stealing their voices. It's also become a valuable tool of expression. "You sing out anger, love, your problems," Burns told The New York Times in 2009. She knows what she's talking about—she founded the business after a divorce and has helped countless others since. She has also earned accolades along the way from CBS and Cabaret Scenes magazine. A member of SAG and AFTRA, Linda also lends her talents to various arts programs, and is a two-time winner of the MAC Award.

215 E 24th St
New York,
NY
US