We provide families an alternative to the traditional music lesson with a proven game-based curriculum that inspires students to play often, and with others. Our students learn to think for themselves as independent musicians while learning essential skills like reading music, developing their musical ear, songwriting, and deeper technique on their instrument.
Our music lessons are an ears-first methodology, while still providing plenty of opportunities to read notation and chord charts - which is what pop/rock/jazz musicians read!
Brooklyn Music Factory students grow confident in their creativity & ability to play with others. Our students are constantly collaborating through music - and they learn essential real world music skills.
Our students play music together regularly, and learn to connect and communicate with others through music. Through our strong community and through playing gigs, our students widen their network of supportive fellow musicians and role models.
We think everyone should be able to make and share music. Our students have the freedom to choose which songs and genres they are most passionate about, while learning the essentials of rhythm, harmony, melody, and songwriting.
Here are some of our private lesson students performing at their gigs:
- Clay, a Brooklyn Music Factory Dad
Choose piano, guitar, voice, drums or bass (Combo voice/piano is also available!)
Pricing for weekly lessons is as follows:
Choose from three billing options: 1) Monthly installments 2) Two installments due on September 1 and February 1 (5% discount off full tuition) 3) One installment (5% discount off full tuition)
* A 5% multi-class discount will be applied when a student or family is enrolled in more than one class or lesson.
Monthly Materials Fee: $4.95/Student Includes all books, materials, music & all access subscription to Big Music Games.
- Erin, a Brooklyn Music Factory Mom
600 Degraw between 3rd & 4th Ave in Brooklyn, NY
We are located in Gowanus/Park Slope in Brooklyn.
The closest subway stop is the Union St. R, or we are a short walk from Atlantic Barclay’s Center.