Begin learning to play the instrument of your choice today! Take in-home music lessons with New York’s leading music school ~ Hey Joe Guitar.
Have you been thinking about learning how to play an instrument? We offer lessons in a variety of instruments, including but limited to; piano, guitar, voice and songwriting, bass, drums, violin, flute, saxophone, ukulele, recorder… We have music teachers that can teach practically any instrument. If you do not see the instrument you want to learn below, just ask!
Many of our music students are children ~ ranging in age from three to the late teens. No child is too young to begin learning to appreciate music!
Do you want to learn to play an instrument? Our music school is committed to helping you to begin learning the instrument of your choice today!
When we ask, “Do you want to learn to play an instrument?” more often than not people say that they always wanted to learn how to play guitar. We are here to help you begin learning how to play guitar today! When Andres Segovia turned 90 years old, he was asked, “Why do you continue to practice guitar every day?” He responded saying, “Because I think I am making progress!”s
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The Piano: It’s Always About Hitting the Right Key
Do you want to learn to play the Piano? We can help you get started. Did you know that the world-famous Steinway Piano Company was founded right here in New York in 1853, in a loft on Manhattan’s Varick Street? And at Hey Joe Guitar we are interested in knowing what instrument you want to learn? Whatever it is, we can accomodate you.
Raise Your Voice in Song – It Will Sing Volumes
Do you want to learn to play an instrument that you can take with you anywhere? We think of your voice as an instrument and we have marvelous ‘voice’ teachers. Where ever you are, whether you are a beginner or have been studying voice for years, our voice music teachers can help you learn, refine and improve your singing. Our voice teachers are competent at teaching students of any age and are known for being terrific with young singers.
The Violin Never Plays a Second String
You can begin learning to play the Violin now. We have marvelous music teachers who love to teach students of all ages… and we have violin teachers who are top notch.
Beat it, and Drum Up Some Great Music!
You can begin learning to play the drums now ~ and ~ give yourself a gift that will last a lifetime! Do you want to learn how to play an instrument so that you can be part of the music scene? As percussionist there is always a place for you at the musical table. Every musician wants someone who knows how to keep a beat!
Electric Bass: Instrument You Can Pick At
In fact, you can also strum or pluck it – though not like a chicken! Electric bass is another name for the bass guitar, a member of the string family along with the “regular” guitar.
With the Trumpet, It’s Always a Wonderful World
Think trumpet and your mind will likely conjure up images of the great Louis Armstrong playing this instrument with such skill, mastery, and passion.
Mozart’s Flute Was Magic, Yours Can Be Too!
Here’s a question you might not have considered before: is there such a thing as a magical or enchanted musical instrument?
Ah, the Never-Ending Joy of Sax!
“What do a saxophone and a baseball have in common? People cheer when you hit them with a bat!” As jokes go, this may not be the best one ever, but we thought we’d start off with a bit of levity.
Banjo, Mandolin & CO: A New Take on the String Theory
What do the slide guitar, mandolin, and banjo have in common? Yes, you guessed it – they all fall under the category of string instruments.
Breathe New Life Into Your Recorder
Here’s a question for you: When is a flute not a flute? The answer: When it is a recorder!
Go Ahead, Give the Accordion a Good Squeeze!
As musical instruments go, the accordion is a happy little fella.
With the Ukulele, You Can Bring the Sounds of Hawaii Right Into Your Home
There are not many musical instruments out there whose names are as difficult to pronounce as “ukulele.”
Double Bass–What an Upright Fella!
First things first: the upright bass is NOT a vertical violin or a cello.