There are many rewards of music study: the discipline of practicing regularly, the delight of experiencing music through movement and song, the confidence gained from performance, and the friendships made through ensembles.

The Music School’s multi-level curriculum provides a well-rounded musical education, including weekly lessons, regular evaluation, and frequent performance and ensemble opportunities. Taking part in all aspects of the curriculum helps a student perform more easily, broaden musical skills, and make new musical friends.

We are offering a mix of remote and in-person lessons, upon mutual agreement of student and instructor.

Note: The Music School welcomes new students throughout the year, and we will gladly pro-rate your tuition if you are joining mid-semester. Make an inquiry about private lessons (click here) or call (603) 228-1196 to learn more!

Financial aid is available; click here.

Cello lesson with Kate Jensik

Tuition

Tuition for Individual Instruction, for 16-week semester:
  • Curriculum with 30-minute lesson: $672
  • Curriculum with 45-minute lesson: $992
  • Curriculum with 60-minute lesson: $1,296
Your tuition includes:
  • An orientation session to discuss your own individual goals
  • Weekly lessons designed to meet your goals
  • Regular evaluation through written reports and faculty panels
  • Consultations with program staff on future directions
  • A 25% discount on weekly ensembles
  • Rehearsals and performances with professional accompanists
  • Informal performance workshops with written feedback (available weekly)
  • Student recitals
  • Performance opportunities in the community
  • Regular open jam sessions
  • Master classes
  • Classes in performance

Financial aid is available; click here.

Choice of instruments & voice

Instruction is offered in the following; an effort will be made to find teachers of other instruments if there is a sufficient demand:

BanjoCompositionMandolinTrombone
BassDouble bassOboeTrumpet
BassoonFiddlePercussionTuba
BouzoukiFlutePiano (jazz, classical)Ukulele
CelloFrench hornRecorderViola
ClarinetGuitar (folk, jazz, classical)SaxophoneViolin
 Voice (many styles)
Getting Started

New students are introduced to the Music School through an individual orientation with the appropriate department chair. At that time, students learn about the Music School’s philosophy and special offerings and share their goals and expectations. After this discussion, the department chair recommends a teacher and schedules a lesson time.

Please click here to inquire about private in-person or remote lessons with Concord Community Music School.