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Kids Love Us. Parents Trust Us.

Experience remarkable student outcomes with our Customized Music Lessons, World-Class Faculty (from Juilliard, NEC, and Yale), and Nurturing Musical Community.

Greater Boston's premiere destination for private Violin, Cello and Piano lessons​

Our students have earned countless accolades, such as performing at Carnegie Hall, admitted to BUTI Tanglewood, placing in the highest levels of the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, New England Conservatory Preparatory Orchestras, earning top prizes in the "Music-Fest" competition, and more. 

All student lessons include private lessons, group classes & performance opportunities!

Private Lessons

One-on-One with Instructor

Private Lessons occur once a week at your regular time for 30/45/60 minutes (your choice), where your individual instructor will customize a lesson plan to suit your personal level, interests and needs.

Lessons currently held online and in person, student's choice. Check out our Team of top quality Faculty. See below for lesson rates.

Girl playing piano during lesson
girls playing violin during lesson

Studio Class

Group Sharing

Complimentary with your private lessons fee, this once a month class is open to all VYCo students to share their in-progress works with their peers. The warm and friendly environment is a favorite among current students! All instruments are welcome, as are family audience members. Classes are currently hybrid, both in-person and online via Zoom link.

Masterclasses and Performances Access

Ample Performance Opportunities

Tuition also includes participation in our two annual recitals and access to our masterclasses with guest artists who are top performers around the country - past examples include Kevin Lin (Concertmaster, Indianapolis symphony) and Nikki Chooi (Concertmaster, Buffalo Philharmonic).

A girl performing piano at recital


Image by Stefany Andrade

After training from Juilliard, Yale and other top music conservatories and programs in the world, violinist Celia Zhang moved to Boston and came back to her first true love - sharing the process of making and loving music. She has gained a reputation not only for teaching with strong results, but also creating a process that makes students want to pursue more - accompanied with humor, a firm attitude and the occasional eccentricities. 

Jianwei Dong

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