Music Classes

Lessons for Adults

Making music is one of the few skills that is artistic, athletic, emotional, and intellectual – all at once!

We teach Piano, Violin, Voice, Viola & Guitar lessons for adults in our Needham Location, MA

Music Lessons for Adults

So you want to learn a musical instrument? Well, here’s your chance! We offer individual instruction for Piano, Violin, Viola, Guitar and Voice. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced player, we are looking forward to sharing our love of music with you! We are proud of our team of excellent teachers. While each has his/her own personal style, they are all highly trained professionals, with both teaching and performance experience. Their goal is not only to teach an instrument, but also to show each student how to make studying music an enjoyable journey to last a lifetime.

Selecting the appropriate teaching style

We believe that the right match between student and teacher is essential for the student’s progress and enjoyment of learning. The new student is assigned to a faculty member whose teaching style matches closely to the students learning style and personality. We will do our best to schedule lessons at a convenient day and time.

Trial Lessons

First trial lesson combines a lesson and a consultation, prior to enrollment in individual instruction. Students can have the noncommittal opportunity to try an instrument or meet a teacher. Trial lessons are paid at the current rate for 30 Minutes of private instruction. Students can have one paid trial lesson before they register for regular 14-week session. For more information or to schedule lessons, please contact us: E-mail: NMA@NewtonMusicAcademy.com Telephone: (617) 630-0952

The History of Classical Music

A summer-session music appreciation class for adults Have you ever wanted to learn more about classical music, but did not know where to begin? In this series of four classes, Newton Music Academy faculty member Sivan Etedgee will walk you through some of the classical music masterpieces of the past four centuries. In a relaxed and informal setting, you will learn how to listen to music in a way that will enhance your enjoyment and understanding of this wonderful cultural treasure.

  • Learn about the lives and music of the major composers
  • Learn about the elements of music
  • Gain a greater appreciation for music
  • Discuss recordings, videos, and live performances
  • No musical background necessary, relaxed and informal setting.

About the Instructor:

Sivan Etedgee, piano instructor at Newton Music Academy

 

Sivan Etedgee has taught piano at the Newton Music Academy since 2005. In addition to his teaching activities, he is an active performer of music both new and old. He was the director of an educational concert series in Dedham, and performs numerous concerts at which he enjoys engaging his audiences with lively commentary about the music he is performing. Classes will take place in August.

Days and time TBA
Fees: $120 for 4 classes.