Piano Lessons in Boston and Online
Welcome to a space of growth and discovery, where your curiosity and love for music sets the stage for joy and growth!
Our mission is rooted in the belief that music education should be accessible to all, breaking down barriers of age, gender identity, ethnicity, and nationality.
Everyone deserves a joyful and fulfilling musical journey.
Stay with JMA for a friendly, personalized learning environment where:
- Practicing piano or improving any learning skills and habits doesn’t mean monotonous repetition or boredom
- Learning is fun, humorous and interactive and feeds your motivation rather than drawing from it;
- Monthly free workshops and other resources are here to help you to overcome any technique, music reading, improvising, and time management challenges
Dive into our blog and follow our social media pages, where you can discover free tips on piano playing and supercharge your learning habits. These invaluable insights aren’t just limited to the world of music; they apply to any interest or occupation you pursue!
If you’re craving a personalized approach tailored to your needs, contact me today, and sign up for two free lessons.
In the rapidly-moving world we live in, more than ever,
offer numerous invaluable benefits to learners:
Music lessons enhance cognitive abilities such as memory, attention, and problem-solving skills. Learning to read music notation and play an instrument strengthens neural pathways and improves overall cognitive function.
Music provides a powerful means of emotional expression. Through music lessons, children and adults learn to channel their emotions, express themselves creatively, and develop a sense of self-confidence and self-esteem.
Learning an instrument requires discipline, patience, and regular practice. Music lessons instill important life skills such as perseverance, time management, and the ability to concentrate for extended periods, benefiting children’s overall focus and work ethic.
Music exposes learners to diverse cultures, traditions, and musical styles. By exploring music from various cultures, one develop an appreciation for diversity and develop a global perspective.
Playing an instrument requires precise finger movements and coordination. Music lessons help children develop fine motor skills, enhancing their dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and overall physical control.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss this further, reach out today!
What can we offer:
Sign up for a virtual practicing workshop that will take place at the end of August (2023), before the beginning of the school year. More details will be posted by August 1 in the Blog section of the website.
For students, parents, fellow teachers, and principals – if you are interested in collaborating, please feel free to reach out at your convenience. I will be most excited to bring more music and learning perspectives to your school (Elementary, Middle or High)