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The Enchanted Garden provides individual instrumental and vocal instruction for students of all ability levels. Private music lessons are offered at Studio Two for the following instruments: piano, guitar, drums, violin, viola, cello, bass, saxophone, clarinet, flute, trumpet as well as voice. Our teachers, chosen for their proficiency as educators as well as their musicianship, develop personalized programs of instruction drawing from a broad range of teaching methods. They cultivate the development of musical skills while maintaining a positive dynamic between teacher and student. All students have the opportunity to play in a formal recital at least once a year.


Recognizing the importance for musicians of all ages to experience the joy of making music together, we encourage students also to participate in ensembles. The experience of performance in front of an audience is an integral part of the students’ musical development. To minimize performance anxiety, we provide informal, low-pressure performance opportunities in our ensemble room.


During the school year, lessons run on a semester schedule, and are structured into two semesters, a fall and a spring. Students register by semester and meet weekly with their teachers in a designated time slot for 30, 45, or 60 min. each. Enrollment is rolling with tuition prorated.


The Enchanted Garden Studio Two on Route 7 is easily accessible from Redding, Wilton, Bethel, Weston, Westport, Danbury as well as South Salem, North Salem, Lewisborough, Katonah, & Cross River in Westchester County, New York.






My family has been a customer of Enchanted Garden for almost a decade, with two kids progressing through piano and guitar lessons, band/recording camp, and of course recitals.  We've been more than pleased with the effectiveness of the instruction, the friendliness and flexibility of the staff, and the quality of the facilities.  All this, and we've only scratched the surface of what's possible!  We highly recommend EG for your music, dance, art, and party activities!

 —Tim Keyes

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