Concord-Carlisle Instrumental Music School Lessons

Lessons are open to students of all ages including adults. There is a registration fee of $30 for the first child, $20 for each additional family member once annually (July-June). 2018-2019 tuition rates are $33.00 per 30-minute lesson, $49.25 per 45-minute and $65.00 per 60-minute lesson. A limited amount of financial assistance is available through the generous support of local citizens and the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest. For further information please contact the IMSCC office.

New this winter: Semi-private lessons (two students sharing a lesson) are available to NEW students in their first or second year of study. Semi-private lessons will be offered to students for one semester as an introduction to music lessons; after one semester, students are encouraged to continue with private study. Per student tuition rates are $22 per 30-minute lesson, $33 per 45-minute and $44.00 per 60-minute lesson.

Tuition charges are payable in advance for each semester of 16 lessons (Fall & Winter/Spring); payment plans are available on request. Summer lessons are more flexible and you may register for any or all of the 9 weeks in the summer session. (More information at registration.)

The following instruments are available for study: violin, viola, cello, bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, baritone horn, euphonium, tuba, electric and acoustic guitar, electric bass, ukulele, percussion, piano, and voice.

Music lessons are given at the following locations:

Concord-Carlisle High School (500 Walden Street, Concord)

Sanborn Middle School (835 Old Marlboro Road, Concord)

Carlisle School (83 School Street, Carlisle Center)

The IMSCC office is located at Concord-Carlisle High School, Room  139

Private Lessons

We offer private instruction in all of the subjects listed below. If you’re a new student interested in taking private lessons please click on the link over to the right. We look forward to hearing from you!

Below are our faculty, listed by instrument. Click on the Faculty page for their bios and more information.

Baritone Horn

  • Brian Diehl
  • Alexei Doohovskoy
  • Chip Halt

Bass – Electric

  • Jason Yost

Bass – String

  • Andrew Arceci

Bass Clarinet

  • Jane Bailey
  • Debbie Levine
  • Kenneth Toland

Bassoon

  • Rachel Juszczak

Cello

  • Marian Levinstein

Clarinet

  • Jane Bailey
  • Debbie Levine
  • Kenneth Toland

Euphonium

  • Brian Diehl
  • Alexei Doohovskoy
  • Chip Halt

Flute

  • Susan Jackson
  • Deanna Johnson
  • Tobi-Ann Kocher

French Horn

  • Ellen Michaud Martins
  • Jeremy Ronkin

Guitar – Acoustic

  • Jason Yost

Guitar – Electric

  • Jason Yost

Oboe

  • Henry Tervo

Percussion

  • Don Kirby
  • Timur Rubinshteyn

Piano

  • Laura Jeon
  • Deanna Johnson
  • Yerim Kang
  • Jean Pulsifer

Saxophone

  • Jon Amon
  • Scott Chamberlin
  • Sissie Siu Cohen
  • Andrei Sobchenko
  • Louis Stamas

Trombone

  • Brian Diehl
  • Alexei Doohovskoy

Trumpet

  • Tony D’Aveni
  • Ryan Noe
  • Matthew Small
  • Andrew Sorg

Tuba

  • Chip Halt

Ukulele

  • Jason Yost

Viola

  • Sargis Karapetyan

Violin

  • Sargis Karapetyan

Voice

  • Laryssa Doohovoskoy
  • Andy Papas
  • Jessica Trainor