Andrea offers individual and group music classes to the entire community. Students have the option to study voice, piano, elementary folk guitar, and general musicianship. Every lesson is custom designed and individually tailored to meet the student’s needs and motivation. Because music is such an accessible medium, these classes are open to individuals of all abilities. During the lesson, students can learn the skills needed to sing or play and experience the opportunity to work on musicianship- learning to navigate rhythms, generate melodies, co-create harmonies, experience modulations, and appreciate listening to a variety of musical forms. The sky is the limit!
Individual Music Lessons
- For an individual to focus on their instrument of choice and to advance at their own rate, with maximum support.
Semi-Private Music Lessons
- For 2 students to share the cost and time of a lesson while studying the same instrument, voice or musicianship.
Group Music Lessons for young children 18 months to 5 years, grouped by age
- Music Immersion for young children- from pre-lesson readiness and general musicianship to
beginning instrumental skills.
Group Music Lessons for children, teens, and adults, grouped by age and level of proficiency.
- Accommodating all levels and interests, working on general musicianship or specific
instrument or voice. A group lesson is an incentive- rich environment to receive support, experience the joy of music-making, and to advance mastery.
SCHEDULE and FEES 2020
SCHEDULE: Individual and Community Classes are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 11:00am and 5:00pm
FEES: Group 45 minutes $60.00
Semi-Private* 30 minutes $85.00 or 45 minutes $120.00
Individual 30 minutes $135.00 or 45 minutes $170.00
*Semi-Private is for 2 students sharing the lesson time
Andrea Frisch-Hara is a vocalist and received her Bachelor’s Degree from Oberlin College and her Master’s Degree from New York University. She has taught voice and piano since 1980 and beginning guitar since 1990. She is the former director of the Music Therapy Institute of the Music Conservatory of Westchester. Andrea has spent the past 27 years teaching and working with a wide range of clients and is on the faculty of the NYU Graduate Music Therapy program. She enjoys bringing the gifts of music to communities everywhere!