Frequently Asked Questions
At what age can a student start music lessons?

We always say that the age to start really varies child to child. Most important is having a child that is interested, engaged, and focused at any age! Reach out to us if you would like to discuss your child’s readiness.

Where is Musicfully located?

We offer in-home and online lessons centered in McLean, VA but we are expanding our service area. Contact Us to see if we have a teacher in your area.

Who are your teachers?

You can check out our individual teachers on our Faculty page. Our elite group of teachers are all conservatory trained. Each instructor holds a bachelor’s or master’s degree from a top music school in the country. They have traveled the world performing and have been seen on TV. While they are top rate performers, they are also outstanding teachers. Each instructor carefully breaks down complicated material into manageable parts. Through this method we create a nurturing environment for students of all levels to improve their skills.

What type of lessons do you offer?

Instruments and areas of study currently available: 

  • Voice
  • Piano
  • Violin, Viola, Cello, and Bass
  • Guitar
  • Ukulele
  • Drums
  • Trumpet, Horn, Tuba, and Euphonium
  • Jazz Voice
  • Jazz Piano
  • Bass, Banjo, Mandolin, Dulcimer, Balalaika, Bouzouki, and Lute
  • Composition
  • Music Theory
  • Ear Training/ Sight Singing
  • Acting

We offer 30 minute, 45 minute, and hour long lessons. We suggest starting with at least 45 minutes for all Voice lessons. Sign Up Now!

Are there performance opportunities?

We produce two recitals a year, Winter and Spring. Students of all levels are eligible to participate and encouraged to do so! Watch our previous recitals.

When can I start?

We are always enrolling new students. It is possible to join and start lessons at any time of the year. Sign Up Now!

How do I set up best for Virtual lesson?

Before your lessons time
Parents will receive a link for the virtual lesson 15 minutes prior to the lesson. Please set up the device being used for the lesson and have all materials prepared before the lesson begins. 

  • For piano: it’s helpful to either have the camera propped up at the end of the piano keyboard (with selfie mode selected if using a phone) and the screen facing the keys. That way the student can see us and we can see their hands. Or put the computer or phone on a chair that’s to the right or left of the piano. Position the camera so that we can see the student and they can see us. 
  • For voice: position the camera so that the student is in the camera frame from the waist up. This allows voice teachers to assess how students are breathing and using their lungs while singing.  It also makes it possible for the teacher to see gestures and staging while students are singing their pieces.

Any other questions please refer to our Studio Policy or Contact Us


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In-home lessons locations

We serve parts of Northern Virginia and DC including:
Arlington | Falls Church | Great Falls | McLean
We are ever-expanding, call us to see if we’re in your neighborhood.