Musika Music Lessons
We'll match you with the perfect teacher!

Lesson Special - Up to 20% OFF! Get Started Now with a Risk-Free Trial!

 
 

How to Get Started

Trusted as the industry leader, for over 16 years the teachers in our network have been providing violin lessons in Boston to students of all ages and abilities.
Contact Us

Tell Us Your Needs

We'll then reach out to the teachers for you.

......
Tell Us Your Needs

Get Matched

Schedule the risk-free trial lesson directly with the teacher.

......
Get Matched

Take Your Trial

Continue with that teacher or try someone else.

 

Featured Viola Teachers Near Boston, MA

Angel V

Angel V

Instruments:

A much sought-after teacher in the Boston area, Angel inspires each student to be their best. Creativity and hard work are at the heart of his method.

Jane W

Jane W

Instruments:

Everyone can learn music but I recognize people learn differently.  I am very positive and supportive, so don't worry if you have not played or sung before.   In my master's degree study, I've done research on how to motivate different types of learners: visual, kinesthetic, aural and analytical - these are all intelligences; not one is better than the other.  Which style I use depends on how you learn best.  

Alexis P

Alexis P

Instruments:

I strive to strike a careful balance between classical technique and pop performance. I want my students to have fun and fuel the desire to become better musicians. I use the Suzuki Method (to a certain point) in conjunction with my own method for learning music theory and ear training. I always ask my students what they're listening to and what they would like to play - I'm open to virtually any genre. I also sprinkle in some traditional songs that I feel the students would benefit from learning.

Tigran D

Tigran D

Instruments:

I have been teaching violin, viola and string/chamber ensembles for more than 15 years to students of different ages and levels.

Kailey Z

Kailey Z

Instruments:

Any lessons that you may take with me are exclusively for you! I will help guide you to a place of effortless mastery, by encouraging you to learn some or most thing by ear, to improvise, to practice your exercises and your technique, and to practice, and to practice. But ultimately, it's what you put into your playing and how much devotion and determination you have to be a musician that will take you the farthest! As a teacher, I think it is best to go at your pace, while also setting goals to keep the progress and motivation at a steady flow. I will be both your coach and your cheerleader!

Musika Quick Stats

16 Years

Since We Started

41,456+

Happy Customers

10,769

Cities with Students

3,123

Teachers in Network

Why You Should Choose Musika

Risk-Free Trial Lesson

Once you’ve met with your teacher for your risk free trial lesson, continuing with Musika is easy! If you are satisfied with your lesson, all you have to do is register with us to continue! The trial will count as your first lesson if you continue, however, with our Great Match Guarantee™ if for any reason you decide not to continue then the trial is FREE. Go ahead give it a try, you really have nothing to lose.

Risk-Free Trial

Don't just take our word for it. We hold the highest possible A+ rating from the nations foremost online reliability source: The BBB. We are proud of this rating and value the message it carries. The BBB has affirmed Musika as a reliable, trustworthy, safe business to work with, and we have the customer feedback to support this. We are continually working to make sure that Musika is a business you can trust.

A+ Rating from BBB

Safety

Background checks available on instructors. Instructor can opt to have a background check on file. You can request to only be connected with teachers that have a check. The choice is yours.

Safe & Secure
 

More Information About Violin Lessons

 

Recent Articles from the Musika Blog

Ten Tour Tips For Bands Hitting The Road This Summer

...you can’t earn money.   There’s things you can do to increase your odds of getting people from new cities to come out to your shows, we’ll give you some ideas on how to do that in a bit, but because of the huge financial uncertainty that usually comes attached to touring, it’s better to see the endeavor as an investment into your band rather than a fun part time job.   Breaking even is a good goal for newer bands without a lot of proven experience on the road. Don’t be discouraged by this. Consider this: think about your... Read More

Types of Guitars: Acoustic, Electric, and Everything In-Between

...larger, hollowed out body that gives it a different tone. While it doesn’t quite sound like an acoustic, it has far greater resonance and often more warmth to the tone.   The lap steel guitar is probably the most different variation on the guitar. While it is available as electric or acoustic, electric ones are more popular and there are more variations of them. The biggest difference with a lap steel guitar is that it is not played upright like a traditional guitar. Rather, the lap steel is played while sitting, with the strings and fret-board facing upward. Often times the guitar is ... Read More

Vocal Exercises: Intermediate and Advanced

...since they cover a large portion of the vocal range in a short amount of time and include a combination of whole steps and half steps. The easiest way to sing a major scale is to think of the exercise as a ladder and each pitch is a step up or down. To begin, choose one vowel and a starting pitch lower in the vocal range (ideally the same pitch you began on when practicing octaves). Sing an octave up just to locate your highest pitch, and then begin the exercise by singing each of the notes between the two ... Read More

Soloing Over Blues Changes

...involved, so starting with the most basic template is an effective way to start. Over the years, though, the blues progression has been altered several times to make it more harmonically interesting. Here are a few examples of more complex blues progressions:   This is the progression used above, just for comparison’s sake.     This is the pop blues progression. You can hear it in most pop and rock songs that use the blues progression. It’s almost the same as the progression used above, except it uses a V-IV-I cadence instead of just the V-I cadence. This example uses some common alterations. Instead ... Read More

Testing Room Acoustics for Musicians

...to the more recognizable white noise, but they differ in that white noise is scaled so that the higher frequencies are projected at a greater amplitude. As bass frequencies can mask the intensity of higher end frequencies, white noise sounds balanced to our ears. But for testing room acoustics you will want the frequencies to actually be the same amplitude.   Play the pink noise at a volume that is loud but not uncomfortable. While the pink noise is playing, walk about the room. You will notice that the sound varies in tone as you move throughout the room. There will be areas ... Read More
Ten Tour Tips For Bands Hitting The Road This Summer
Types of Guitars: Acoustic, Electric, and Everything In-Between
Vocal Exercises: Intermediate and Advanced
Soloing Over Blues Changes
Testing Room Acoustics for Musicians

Student Reviews

Students have been saying great things about the teachers across our network. Check out a few recent reviews.

You are in Good Company

Trusted since 2001 by world famous musicians & producers to teach their kids. Some clients included members of Metallica, the Fugees, Lauren Hill band, Poison, Def Jam Records, and Arista Records.

the Fugees

Ready for a Trial Lesson? Have Questions? Call 617-307-7729

Select all the days/times the student would be available to start lessons. Selecting "3pm - 7pm" means the student can start as early as 3pm or start as late as 7pm. It is important that you select as many days and the widest window of start times for each day as possible. That will help us make a match with one of our teachers.

Ok

Are you sure that's your only availability? The more availability you easier it will be to arrange a teacher for you.

Up to 20% OFF!