Music Lessons in Washington DC

Washington D.C.has one of the longest musical histories in the nation and has helped cultivate several genres of music, making it an ideal locale for taking lessons. DC’s rich heritage of music began with the U.S. Marine Band (formed in 1798), which boasts the accomplishment of being the oldest musical group in the country. Conductor John Philip Sousa took charge of the band in 1880 and went on to write over 100 marches and forever influence the world of marching and concert bands. In addition to Sousa’s contributions, American music pioneer Duke Ellington also hailed from DC. Upon his death in 1974, Washington DC opened the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, a powerhouse for educating and producing local musicians using the lessons learned throughout the area’s rich history. Other notable musicians to call DC home are Marvin Gaye, Peter Tork, Joan Jett and Neil Young, to name a few. The multitude of popular music genres in the nation’s capitol increases the variety and quality in taking lessons here.

TR Music & Voice Lessons
1507 S Monroe St Arlington, Virginia 22204
Phone: (571) 257-0341
TR Music & Voice Lessons
802 Philadelphia Ave Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
Phone: (240) 842-1437
TR Music & Voice Lessons
3314 Ordway St NW Washington DC 20008
(202) 350-4368
TR Music & Voice Lessons
5100 Martin Dr Oxon Hill, Maryland 20745
Phone: (202) 644-8819
TR Music & Voice Lessons
1775 Redgate Farms Ct Rockville, Maryland 20850
Phone: (301) 579-3244
TR Music & Voice Lessons
769 Girard St NW Washington, Washington D.C. 20001
Phone: (202) 499-7008
TR Music & Voice Lessons
3939 Wilcoxson Dr Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Phone: (703) 496-5316
TR Music & Voice Lessons
405 University Blvd E Silver Spring, Maryland 20901
Phone: (301) 637-2501