Recommended VendorsEdit

Music Lessons for Young ChildrenEdit

Music Together Montgomery
[1] Parents/caregivers and children participate together in these 45-minute classes.

Piano LessonsEdit

Sarah Fridrich

Customer recommendation(s):
++++Sarah Fridrich taught my son for two years, and I've been taking lessons from her for four years. She comes to your house and is flexible about hours. She has a lot of patience and is very creative with strategies to get you through the tough parts.

Golden School of Music
8004 A Norfolk Ave
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 951-3626
Fax: 301-951-3732

Gwen Mazorow
(301) 537-4865
Lessons are available for children (ages 4 and up), adolescents, and adults. Rates are $30 for 1/2 hour lesson. $45 for 45 minute lesson, $60 for an hour lesson plus a $5 travel fee if she comes to your house.

Kim Murray, Instructor
The Music Studio of Kim Murray
Silver Spring, MD
(240) 498-0616
Offering private lessons in piano, flute and clarinet.

Customer recommendation(s):
+++++Our almost-8-year-old daughter loves Kim Murray. Lessons are in her home in the Forest Estates neighborhood (east of Georgia, north of Forest Glen). Many neighbor kids take lessons from Kim. She has great rapport with our daughter. Her students' annual recital at an area church is this Saturday.

+++++My daughter and several children in our neighborhood go to Kim Murray. She lives on the corner of Forest Grove and Brisbane, and she is wonderful! She has a studio in her house; she is very professional and extremely organized; the kids really seem to like her; she runs an excellent program. I think she will have a few openings in the Fall. I don't know if she does lessons over the summer, but you can ask.

Megan Palmer
301) 933-0176

George Peachey
(301) 933-6454
My brother-in-law, George Peachey, has taught piano for 20+ years and has a Masters in Music. Besides our son, he has taught several children from OT families. He is located in Silver Spring in the neighborhood behind the Connecticut-Belair pool. He has a flexible schedule during the summer, and he has some openings in the fall. - Teresa Peachey