Maestro Musicians Academy

Maestro Musicians Academy

4.8 (4)
Best of 2023
1 hire on
10 employees
10 years in business

About this pro

Founded in 2013 by Daniel Broniatowski, D.M.A., the Maestro Musicians Academy specializes in pairing up the perfect teacher with you or your son/daughter. Our Lexington, MA Music School is located at the United Methodist Church on 2600 Mass Ave. We also serve students in their homes in Lexington and surrounding towns! In addition to possessing qualifications from the top conservatories and universities in the world, our faculty members are hand-picked for their unique abilities to interact with students tailored to their learning styles and goals. 

We believe that music is all about communication. Music is a language that touches us on an elemental level and therefore does not need words. One can express the deepest thoughts, feelings, and desires through music and this is what we are passionate about. We love giving our students the tools that they need to communicate the language of music. 

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Music is all about the art of communication. It is a language that is the ultimate mind-body discipline that allows you to be in the present moment. Our teachers empower students to impart deep thoughts and feelings in ways that transcend words.

 Furthermore, music lessons enable a student to see a project from start to finish. In this day and age of instant-gratification, music instruction is even more necessary, as our children are losing the ability to incorporate the trait of patience into their day to day lives. 

Learning a complicated piece of music takes time and focus and a good teacher helps build the skills necessary to master the music, one step at a time. 


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Lexington, MA 02421
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4 Reviews


  • Tomi Magome

    My daughter is a new violin student with Maestro Musicians. Not only is her teacher Rebecca a gifted performer herself and so extremely qualified but she’s also a great teacher - clear in her explanations, patient and very focused on key teaching points while making the lessons both enjoyable and interesting. My daughter has made amazing progress and I would highly recommend Rebecca to anyone interested in learning music.

  • Lori Harrison-Kahan

    My son has a great experience with Maestro Musician's piano teachers. He always loves going to lessons. The teachers are accomplished and incredibly supportive and he has made amazing progress.

  • Nancy Hait

    Daniel Broniatowski has been a wonderful violin teacher for our eight year year old daughter. She has blossomed as a musician. Daniel is caring and supportive while holding her to high standards. Our daughter has had other violin teachers and none compare to Daniel. He truly understands how to teach. You simply can't go wrong with Daniel and his music school, Maestro Musicians!

  • Peter Halpern

    My son has been taking violin lessons with one of the teachers through Maestro Musicians for 6-8 months. I have found Daniel extremely flexible and helpful with the logistics (payments, setting up a new series of lessons) and my son's teacher, Farley is superb. He has such a positive attitude about his lessons.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When a new student approaches us, we first find out what it is that he or she would like to accomplish with our lessons. Some students and/or their parents are looking to take our instruction very seriously and pursue a professional track. Others are simply looking to enrich their lives or that of their children. 

Whatever your goals or desires, we are happy to pair you up with an instructor who can help you achieve your goals. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Our teachers have degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston University, The Longy Conservatory of Music, the Peabody Conservatory, and plenty of other top tier programs. In addition to being stellar performers, many have specific training that focused on pedagogy. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Month to Month lessons.

Maestro Musicians Academy does not require a semester commitment. Students enroll on a month-to-month basis.

If you are ready to start your music lessons, you have nothing to lose as we only want students who truly want to study with us and we will not lock you into a long term contract.

It's really easy to take the next step:

Lessons are first come, first serve
so contact us today to arrange your first lesson!
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Greater Boston, MA and Baltimore, MD

Offering quality Piano, Guitar, Drums, Voice, Singing, Bass (upright and electric), Cello, Violin, and Trumpet lessons in Greater Boston, MA and Baltimore, MD


How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching in 2003 in my last year at New England Conservatory of Music. At the time, I was teaching adults who were signing up via Craigslist. This gave me a unique perspective as I found that adults, while often lacking time to practice, are able to learn much faster than children because of the more mature intellect. What I realized was that anyone can benefit from music lessons if the desire to participate is there, no matter what the pace of learning. 

What types of students have you worked with?

The students enrolled in the Maestro Musicians Academy come from a variety of backgrounds. We are successfully teaching children in both public and private schools, children with special needs, and children whose parents come from all walks of life. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Every year we hold two recitals - one in February and one in June. It makes us proud to see our students perform and show our community what they have learned. Our student recitals are a testament to the fact that music lessons instill confidence, promote positive self expression, and build character. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure that the teacher can communicate well. Music is a language and in order to learn the tools needed to make music, a teacher needs to be able to be patient and observant. A good teacher will help you see a seemingly insurmountable project from start to finish by holding your hand when necessary but also pushing you beyond your comfort zone when appropriate. Personality and chemistry are hugely important and this applies to students of all ages. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

1. What do I wish to accomplish with my music lessons?

2. How much time can I commit to practicing per week?

3. Can I make the commute to the lesson location every week (traffic can be a problem during rush hour)?

4. What type of personality do I want in a teacher?

5. What is my unique learning style?

Lessons offered

Acoustic Guitar Lessons Baroque Flute Lessons Bass Guitar Lessons Bluegrass Guitar Lessons Blues Guitar Lessons Celtic Flute Lessons Classical Guitar Lessons Classical Voice Lessons Country Guitar Lessons Double Bass Lessons Flamenco Guitar Lessons Flute Lessons Guitar Lessons Jazz Voice Classes Opera Voice Lessons Piano Lessons Trumpet Lessons Upright Bass Lessons Violin Lessons Voice Lessons