Music Lessons in New York

$165 for $300 Worth of Services at Avenue Music Room

Avenue Music Room

New York

$300 $165

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$220 for $400 Groupon — Grammy Music producer

Cool Guy Music Studios

New York

$400 $220

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Two or Four 30-Minute Private Guitar, Piano, Bass, or Ukulele Lessons at Guitar Cities New York (Up to 56% Off)

Guitar Cities

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

One or Three 30-Minute Piano, Guitar, or Voice Lessons at Just Rock Enterprises (Up to 54% Off)

Just Rock Enterprises

Theater District - Times Square

$40 $20

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

$52 for $120 Worth of Music Lessons — Amanda's Piano Studio

Amanda's Piano Studio

Commack

$120 $52

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Two or Four 30-Minute Music Lessons or Two Hours of Rehearsal Time at Bach to Rock (Up to 73% Off)

Bach To Rock

Port Washington

$84 $25

Music pros lead lessons for students of all music levels; rehearsals let groups practice in a professional studio space

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Spotlighted in Time magazine and the New York Times, Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals is a nationally renowned program offering a unique take on musical education for children 3 months to 4 years old. Classes consist of 45 minutes of singing, dancing, musical storytelling, and jamming. Children's songsmith David Weinstone designed a curriculum celebrating the urban environment as well as universal concerns of youth via his classes, which have exploded into the national spotlight since their humble beginnings in 1997. Rather than being strict and results-driven, the teaching style at Music for Aardvarks is based on adult modeling and exposing children to ideas and sounds without dumbing them down. Parent participation is strongly encouraged for atonal squealers and former Yes drummers alike. Check the Music for Aardvarks website for the drop-in sessions and 10-class series schedules.

130 East 80th Street
New York,
NY
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.

748 Union Street
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Zumba classes at M Dance & Fitness provide a hip-shaking workout so engrossing that, according to Time Out New York, students barely notice its rigor until they’re sore the next day. Set to music that ranges from pop to reggaeton, classes work the whole body through simple dance steps from schools such as salsa and merengue.

The studio’s Masala Bhangra class replaces Zumba’s Latin flair with Indian moves. Masala means “spicy” in Hindi; the routines are thus a “spicy,” or Bollywood-inflected, take on Bhangra, a traditional Indian folkdance. Studio founder Misty Clark and her team of instructors helm other dance fitness classes as well, with focuses such as ballet, kick-box dance, hip-hop, and ab work.

440 Lafayette St
New York,
NY
US

In his band AudioInflux, lead guitarist and backup vocalist George Miller works atop the deep grooves of soul, funk, and jazz styles. He's equally well equipped to get his guitar and bass students playing their favorite blues, rock, metal, or classical pieces, and even write and record solidly constructed pieces of their own. Armed with a degree in music performance and a decade and a half of teaching experience, Miller helps pupils with all kinds of goals unleash their inner B.B. King or Les Claypool, whether they want to front a band or simply harmonize with the bonfire during outdoor sing-alongs.

1560 Mount Hope Avenue
Rochester,
NY
US

Guitar Cities Schools cater to music lovers of all ages by helping them achieve their melodic and rhythmic goals through relaxed, effective instrument instruction. Teachers schooled in myriad genres draw sound buckets from wells of music knowledge and performing experience in order to fortify the skills of both beginning musicians and experienced bards. Fledgling chord learners can take advantage of the school's in-house instruments for no additional charge, eliminating the risk of accidental busking when carting pianos on the bus. Ideal for hectic lifestyles, Guitar Cities Schools boasts flexible lesson times, easy online scheduling, and is within walking distance from most downtown businesses.

1350 Avenue Of The Americas
New York,
NY
US

Lessonface connects music students with friendly, knowledgeable teachers for face-to-face practice sessions. What's more, they do it via video-conference software, so it doesn't matter if clients are too busy to schedule an appointment in person, or if they're a sentient program trapped in a desktop computer. The choices are staggering: teachers are on hand for four kinds of guitar playing, full string sections, percussion instruments from drums to djembes, and vocal lessons from opera to hip-hop. For those that love music but don't want to play, they even offer mixing and digital-mastering lessons and music theory.

325 Gold St, Ste 503
Brooklyn,
NY
US