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Digital Recitals

Show off everything you've learned by participating in our annual Summer and Winter Digital Recitals

Live Recitals

Perform what you've learned for friends, family, and other students in our annual Summer and Winter Live Recitals

In Home, on Site, and Webcam Music Lessons

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In Your Own Home Music Lessons

Experience music lessons, whether they’re beginner piano lessons, guitar lessons, singing lessons, or even art lessons, in the comfort of your own home. Our teachers can come to you so you don’t have to leave the house, and they will work around your busy schedule to find a time that works best for everyone.

On Site Music Lessons

Don’t have room in your home for lessons, or just want to get out to help you focus? We have several classes available for you and your teacher to hold your lessons. If you’re looking for voice lessons in Hewitt, NJ, or a nearby town, Teach 2 Teach is what you’re looking for. Having a safe, comfortable, mutual location for your lessons can give you even more flexibility.

Webcam Music Lessons

Webcam lessons may be the simplest and most efficient option for taking music lessons. Without leaving your home, you and your teacher can share musical concepts, lessons, ideas, documents, and web links. Use the software you are comfortable with such as Skype, Google Hangout, or FaceTime to connect with your teacher for the ultimate in convenience!

Teach 2 Teach Is About Mentorship

For younger students, teachers often become role models, and for all ages they become friends. Your teacher will be sensitive to your personality and learning style. Teachers demonstrate core values such as perseverance, courage, kindness, and patience, and continuously encourage students to be the best that they can be. Whether a student needs to have more grace for themselves or needs to push themselves a little harder, teachers are flexible to each situation and stay in honest communication with students.