Fostering musical growth
one note at a time


Our Mission

Creative Music Lessons is committed to providing a fun and interactive approach in teaching music lessons to students of all ages and skill levels throughout Northern Westchester and Connecticut.

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josh, age 15

I was never interested in taking music lessons. In between school, sports, and friends it never crossed my mind to do it. My mother, on the other hand, always wanted me to play an instrument, so she decided to sign me up for piano lessons. Amy makes music interesting and fun for me and I applaud her for that! She is an incredible person and extremely talented and passionate about music. Her electric personality makes every lesson an enjoyable experience! Over the past couple of months I have developed my skills as a pianist, and none of it would have been possible without Amy.

benjamin, age 12

I like having Amy as a teacher because she makes me enjoy playing an instrument more than any other teacher I’ve had. She makes it exciting too, by telling a funny story or joke, but gets right back to it, and teaches more than any other person could in a fun and unique way. 

alison, Parent

I knew I had found someone truly special when I first met Amy. My daughter, who was a shy 10 year old at the time, was immediately put at ease by Amy's warmth and kindness. In less than two years of voice lessons, my daughter's vocal skills and confidence have improved far beyond my expectations. Amy has a beautiful voice as well as a remarkable ability to connect with children. She is a wonderfully gifted singer and teacher.


christY, Parent

Amy is a wonderful teacher! My daughter looks forward to every lesson and has so much fun at each. Amy understands how children learn best and tailors her approach to keep my daughter interested and engaged while learning at the same time. Amy is compassionate, warm, nurturing and very knowledgeable in her field. I would highly recommend her!

Music expresses that which cannot be said, and on which it is impossible to be silent.
— Victor Hugo