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Group Classes for Children

About our Remote Classes

We will be rolling out new classes for beginners in early February. As always, we group children of similar ages and levels together; but this spring the classes will be super small, with only two or three students. This means that your child can enjoy the virtual company of their peers over Zoom but still get a lot of individualized attention from their teacher! When we're not using our fingers to play piano, we're crossing them in the hopes that we'll be able to resume small in-person classes later this spring!

About Our Return to In-Person Classes

We are so excited about our successful transition back to in-person classes! There's nothing like making music together in the same room! This spring we will be offering beginning and continuing classes with a maximum class size of five students. This means that your child can enjoy the fun of a group class but still get a lot of individualized attention from their teacher! Learn more about what we're doing at The Music Room to stay safe as we emerge from the pandemic.

Scheduling Options

If none of our class times work for you, let us know your availability
by filling out our survey now. We'll keep you posted about future classes that might be a match for you!


The Music Room offers fun and friendly group piano classes using the Harmony Road Method, a dynamic and effective curriculum that develops total musicianship through a variety of engaging class activities.


  • Keyboard playing

  • Singing and solfege

  • Ear training

  • Music theory

  • Rhythm instruments

  • Note reading and writing

  • Beginning composition


  • Fun recitals for ages 4½ and up

  • Classes meet once weekly

  • Class size limited to eight children

  • No musical experience necessary

  • Parent/caregiver participation optimizes in-class learning

  • Age-based curriculum flow

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Ages 4½ to 6

These classes focus on the fundamentals of music: keyboard playing, singing and solfege, reading in treble and bass clefs, and rhythm comprehension. Students also participate in our school-wide recital at the end of the semester! Sessions consist of 14 or 15 classes meeting once a week for 55 minutes. Parent participation is required.

Spring 2022 Schedule

Mondays at 3:00, February 7 through May 23

Wednesdays at 4:30, February 9 through May 25

Saturdays at 9:45, February 12 through May 21

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Continuing Students

Classes for Continuing Students

These classes are for students who have completed previous Harmony Road levels. If your child has some experience with piano and you'd like to join one of these continuing classes, contact us to arrange an assessment.

Spring 2022 Schedule

Harmony Road Level 2, Wednesdays at 3:30

Harmony Road Level 2, Saturdays at 10:45

Harmony Road Level 3, Mondays at 5:00

Harmony Road Level 4, Tuesdays at 4:30

Young Musician Level 2, Wednesdays at 1:00

Keyboard Musician Level 1, Saturday mornings (time TBD)

Keyboard Musician Level 2, Thursdays at 5:15

Keyboard Musician Mixed LevelTuesdays at 3:30

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Ages 3 to 4½

The Music in Me

These classes are a fun introduction to piano, solfege, rhythm, and note-reading. We'll be singing songs and solfege, playing our first notes on the piano, reading notes on the musical staff, and playing basic rhythms on all kinds of fun instruments. Sessions consist of six or seven 45-minute classes. Parent participation is required.

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Ages 6 and up

Classes for Older Students

We regularly offer classes for students aged 6 to 7 and 8 to 10, but only when there is sufficient demand for these age groups. Please contact us if you are interested in a class for older beginning or intermediate students.

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