Children in Music Class

We are READY for 2022 at Harmony Road!!

How can we help you?

Families are wanting to get back to establishing a community of engagement for their children while navigating the pandemic waves, and we want to help you create those music education opportunities that you need!


~Are you looking for a well-designed music curriculum for babies through preschool and Kindergaren students?

We have a full slate of 19 early childhood classes to meet your needs this semester! (If you don't see something that fits your schedule, reach out to us!)

~Perhaps you are reluctant to enroll for a long semester of classes?

We understand that many are wary of enrolling in a full semester just in case there is another wave of Covid that may make class attendance difficult for you. So, listening to your concerns, we are offering a NEW "Celebrate with the Seasons" 6-week session for children ages 3 - 6 with an adult. 

PLUS, we are offering the option of enrolling in shorter term Babies and Toddlers classes this semester. Now you can choose to do 6-weeks or 12-weeks with us this semester.

~Maybe you want piano or guitar lessons?

We teach piano lessons from Kindergarten - adults in age-specific and leveled groups, and we offer private and duo lessons for advancing pianists. This fall, we have 12 more group and duo piano classes in addition to our early childhood classes. That's almost 30 classes on our schedule in addition our private piano lessons.

AND, we arrange private or group guitar lessons by the short or full semester for ages 9 and up.

Whatever your needs, complete the form below and we will connect with you to customize a musical adventure that promotes creativity while fitting your comfort zone as we are emerging from this past year's pandemic! 

Piano keyboard

Harmony Road Music School is

one of the greatest lifetime investments my husband and

I have given our children.

“I learned about Harmony Road when my sons were 3, 1 and 4 months.  Their first class was Toddler Tunes. Amy Allen taught them how to play the piano, but more importantly instilled in them a passion and love for music.”

— Kenya E.