All Newton Music School

321 Chestnut Street  
West Newton,  MA,  02465
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All Newton Music School (ANMS) has a faculty of over 75 highly qualified musicians, serving 1,200 students of all ages. The School offers private instruction in most instruments and voice. Kindermusik, toddler programs, classes in musicianship, and movement are available, plus theory classes and ensembles for youth and adults. Music Therapy is taught in private lessons or classes. The Certificate Program for students ages 8 to 18 encourages student commitment. Awards are presented at the Annual All School Festival "Music in May". Over 20 free recitals for the general public are held at the school, and an Outreach Program provides free concerts through other existing community venues such as the Newton Senior Center and the Newton Free Library. The Andrew Wolf Benefit Concert Series presents world class talent (4 - 5 concerts per season) and CON BRIO is a performance luncheon series (4 per season). Financial aid is available based on need.

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