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Private Lessons

Virtual and In-Person Private Music Lessons

Available in-person in Boston and NYC

Get one-on-one lessons for your child on the instrument of their choice. After selecting your instrument, your child will be paired with a dedicated "mentor", a collegiate level musician with that has passed EchoKids' Mentor requirements. Click here to learn more about how we select our Mentors.

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Available in English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, and Polish


Testimonials

Happy Parents and Students!

Father of 7 year old
“Our son’s piano teacher happened to be the last person in our house right before we started social distancing, and as she left we were sad that he probably wouldn’t be able to keep learning. But the combination of FaceTime and some extra custom material she prepared has made virtual lessons surprisingly effective and fun. And since we are both always home we now get to listen in!”
Mother of 5 year old
“We can't go outside much during this difficult time so she practices more and loves the online piano lessons. We're so happy and proud of her progress!”
Mother of 5 yeard old
"Finding EchoKids has definitely been a stroke of luck for us, especially in these times of lockdown. It was easy to schedule, find a tutor who is great at what she does and is also extremely patient with a restless 5yr old. We highly recommend them to any parents who want their children to start on their musical journey."
Theresa Ellis
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Logan Rogers
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Matthew Morris
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Heather Clark
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