Flute Lessons in Peabody, MA
Learning to play the flute probably means something unique for you. Whether you're beginner, intermediate, or advanced, there's probably an aspect of flute lessons you'd like to focus on.
When you call Encore Music Lessons, we'll ask you a little bit about yourself, and match you with the kind of flute teacher that will be best.
Flute Lessons in Your Home, Office or Essex County based Teacher's Studio
Flute lessons can be in your home, office or in a teacher's studio, and are available in most areas of Essex County.
To get started, you can speak with one of our friendly staff by calling (800) 417-4620.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Affordable Options: Select from several different lesson lengths to find one that fits your budget.
- Student Registration is Free!
- Convenient Locations in Peabody: Take in-home flute lessons or lessons in a teacher's studio.
- Request a Peabody flute teacher yourself from our Teacher Directory, or simply let us know your preferred schedule and we'll connect you with an instructor that can accommodate you.
- Scheduling is a Cinch: With such a large selection of flute instructors in Peabody, there's bound to be one who's schedule matches yours.
When I started lessons with Marissa in March 09 I had never taken vocal lessons or even sung in the presence of another human being. I was nervous going to my first session not knowing what to expect; but I was immediately comforted by Marissa's warm personality. She's really helped me step out of my boundaries and explore vocal ranges I never thought that I could reach. The potential that I see in myself has skyrocketed since the beginning of the year. I know I have improved greatly with her help and there is still so much I want/need to learn and I will continue to take lessons with Marissa. She is always there if you have questions or need extra guidance. I would highly recommend Marissa.JOAN - FOREST HILLS, NY Teacher: Marissa K.
About the Flute
The later half of the 18th century shows the first orchestras being formed, and the concert flute being a member thereof, featured in symphonies and concertos. Throughout the rest of the 18th century the interest in concert flutes increased, and peaked in the early half of the 1800s.