Flute Lessons in Queens, NY
Learning to play the sax in the style of James Moody, Frank Wess or Ian Anderson doesn't have to be just a fantasy. Like with any project, the first thing to do is gather the necessary tools. To succeed you'll need time, patience, and last but least, flute lessons!
Play for Your Friends and Family!
Come play the flute at our annual spring recital. We just had a great one on June 13th.
If you want to see some videos of the NY Spring Recital please click here.
We use your location and preferred availability to match you with a flute teacher in the Queens area.
The flute teachers you'll see in our Teacher Directory highly qualified with years of teaching experience.
Starting flute lessons is a great idea! Feel free to call one of our friendly staff about starting lessons by dialing (718) 608-6080.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Whether you have been playing flute for years or are just starting out, you can take lessons with a teacher nearby.
- No Term Contracts: There's no commitment so you can stop the flute lessons when you want, without being penalized.
- Student Registration is Free!
- Convenient Locations in Queens: Take in-home flute lessons or lessons in a teacher's studio.
- Personalized Scheduling: We'll take down your preferred availability and connect you with a flute teacher.
Nick is a great piano teacher. He inspires my son to practice longer, try new things, have fun playing and generally feel more motivated about playing piano. His progress has been much greater than with either of his previous 2 piano teachers and he enjoys his lessons much more. Nick's style is to tailor the work to the student, so that the student works on material that is instructive and challenging, but also enjoyable. Nick's firm, but kind approach motivates students. My son will sit down and just play for fun, because the work is so well suited to his level and his interests. I highly recommend Nick.LAURA - NEW YORK, NY Teacher: Nick M.
About the Flute
Following the 16th century court music, concert flutes began appearing in chamber ensembles. These flutes were often tuned to the key of D, and used as the tenor voice.