ABOUT MAESTRO MUSICIANS ACADEMY'S BALTIMORE MUSIC SCHOOL

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Daniel Broniatowski, Violin

About the Director

Born in Cleveland, OH, Dr. Daniel Broniatowski started his musical journey at the age of four on the piano. At six years old, he started taking violin lessons. Broniatowski specialized in violin performance at the New England Conservatory, Royal College of Music (UK), and Boston University, where he completed a doctorate of music degree on full scholarship.

Dr. Daniel Broniatowski started Maestro Musicians in 2010 and directs two music schools - one in Baltimore, MD, and the other in Lexington, MA. He believes that everyone has expressive potential and that we all have a creative voice inside just waiting to be unleashed. Dr. Daniel is passionate about music education and believes that successful outcomes are the result of an ever evolving understanding of a student's goals, abilities, and potential.

No matter what your age or stage, Dr. Broniatowski can help you find the right teacher and the right instrument!

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About Our Faculty

Maestro Musicians Academy's Baltimore Music School instructors are hand-selected through a methodical interview process. We only hire Baltimore Music Teachers that are experts in their respective fields. In fact, they are pros with qualifications from some of the best music programs in the country and abroad. Perhaps even more important is the fact that they must be able to communicate with children and adults, no matter what their learning style. Our instructors are personable, inspiring, and reliable mentors who take students on a musical journey that often lasts for years. Whether you are looking for lessons in piano, singing, guitar, trumpet, harp, or bass, we have the teacher for you. Ask us about other instruments as well!

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Tuition

Most Baltimore Music Schools require that parents or students pay for an entire semester upfront. Not us! The Maestro Musicians Academy's Baltimore Music School works on a monthly basis and billing is automatically debited on the first of the month. As a result, you don't have to worry about parting with a huge chunk of change at once and if you are sticking your feet in to test out the waters, you can decide after a month if you want to take the plunge into the deep end and join our musical community. You won't be sorry!

Our tuition includes recitals twice per year, weekly lessons at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, and a loyal office staff to ensure that you are having the most productive and fun music lessons in Baltimore!

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Why Us?

Every month, students sign up for our Baltimore Music School because they love how easy it is to start on an exciting musical journey. Our dedicated and nurturing Baltimore Music Teachers are heavily invested in our students and make it their goal to ensure that students are meeting their full musical potential.

Our mission is to give you the musical experience that you deserve and our teachers know how to motivate students to achieve their musical dreams. Whether it's through personalized written lesson plans, real-time audio/video recordings, or regular communication with parents or adult students, we are dedicated to you or your family!

Learn more about the music lessons we offer in piano, guitar, voice, trumpet, harp, and more!

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Performance Opportunities

Two times per year, Maestro Musicians Baltimore Music School students 18 and under are given the opportunity to perform on the big stage at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church. We encourage all children to play but never require it.

Recitals are conducted in a non-pressured environment and we make sure that students feel confident enough to perform before they get on stage. Our students love showing off the hard work they put into their musical studies and parents are so proud of their accomplishments. Just think of how proud you as a parent will be seeing your child on the big stage!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Sometimes, parents or adult students have questions that need to be answered before signing up. Some of these questions can be about getting an instrument, what age to start, or how to choose the right instrument and teacher.

We can answer your questions and more! Visit our frequently asked questions page to find out about the Baltimore Music School, our teaching philosophy, group music lessons, and our top faculty members.

Have a special request? Call us and we'll be happy to help!

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Contact & Location

Maestro Musicians Academy of Baltimore
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
1108 Providence Road
Towson, MD 21286
443-449-9102

P.O. Box 223 (mailing address)

Lexington, MA 02420
800-318-0963

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