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Musician performing

All Northeastern students can register for music lessons

We offer lessons in a variety of styles (classical, popular, jazz, blues, rock, musical theater, etc.) for the following instruments:

  • Voice
  • Piano
  • Acoustic and electric guitar
  • Acoustic and electric bass guitar
  • Drum set
  • Trumpet
  • Trombone
  • Saxophone
  • Clarinet
  • Oboe
  • Bassoon
  • Flute
  • Violin
  • Viola
  • Cello

Bachelor in Music student practicing violin composition.

Registration and Scheduling Lessons

Register for MUSC1901 (Music Lessons 1) or MUSC1902 (Music Lessons 2) through Northeastern’s registration portal.

After registering for the course, please fill out this form

The lesson coordinator will contact registered students via email before and after the semester begins to find out which instrument/voice and style of lessons the student wishes to study.

Student/teacher assignments are made after receiving the requested information. Teachers will schedule lessons with their students directly and lessons typically start during the first week of the semester

About the Lessons

There are 15 lessons in 30-minute blocks; the equivalent of 7.5 hours total. Some teachers offer their students 10 lessons in 45-minute blocks as an alternative.

Students are able to register for lessons while also on co-op.


Lab Fees

Registered students will be charged a $695 lab fee that is added to their tuition bill. It takes approximately one to two weeks to see the charge.

The lab fee is used to compensate private teachers at a rate of $46 p/half-hour or $92 p/hour.

Music Lessons FAQ

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