private music lessons

Whether you are a beginning student or wish to pursue a career in the performing arts, Metropolitan School of the Arts has an experienced, dedicated and professional music faculty ready to guide you toward your goals. Our faculty consists of accomplished, working musicians who specialize in individualized instruction and are enthusiastic about cultivating excellence in each of our students.

We offer 3o minute and 1 hour private lessons.  Our music teachers are university trained and teach students of all ages, from beginners to very advanced. For more information about our faculty members, click here.

Call us today at 703.339.0444 to sign up to start or continue your music education.

We offer private lessons in the following disciplines:

  • PIANO (ages 6+)
  • CLASSICAL VOICE (ages 9+)
  • GUITAR (ages 7+)
  • VIOLIN (ages 6+)
  • DRUMS (ages 6+)

Check out the top 14 reasons everyone should to take music lessons! 

Click here to download our first album, MSA At The Mic – Some Of Our Holiday Favorites, performed by our amazing students and faculty!

Early Childhood Music

The Early Childhood Music Program at Metropolitan School of the Arts is a partnership with Music Together!

Please click here to register for classes in Alexandria.

Music Together® is an internationally recognized, research based music and movement program for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and the adults who love them! Our classes are enjoyed around the world by parents and children because of the rich, yet developmentally appropriate class time activities and musical experiences. Just as with learning a language, the 0-4 age range is an important time for music development in the child. Each fun filled class is a community of families sharing songs, instrument play, rhythm chants, and movement activities in a relaxed and playful environment, while developing basic music competence. Music learning supports all learning. Not to mention, it’s a whole lot of fun for the whole family and a wonderful way to interact with your child.