WELCOME TO MUSICALARTS

My wife, Katherine and I started MusicalArts in the fall of 2001.  Katherine and I hold Bachelor and Master degrees in classical guitar and composition.  We began the school to foster a community of passionate well trained teachers to empower student’s creativity.  The arts are a powerful tool to create happiness, peace, euphoria, and process pain and stress to name a few.  It is vital to our human nature and well being.

 

We began the school in 2001 teaching guitar, piano and music classes in Exeter.  In 2006, we moved to the Historic Tuck Building.  With the new location, MusicalArts was able to expand to accommodate dance and theater programming.  What began as a school with just two instructors grew a community of over 30 talented instructors.  To accommodate the demand for classes, our Dover location was opened.

 

As proud parents of Oliver and Zoe, we realize how hard it can be to juggle a busy schedule and find quality worthwhile programming for your child.  We strive to host the very best instructors on the Seacoast with unique programming.  We created the MusicalArts community with your family in mind.  One child can be in dance while another takes music lessons.

 

We strongly believe in your child’s potential and creativity.  MusicalArts’ instructors will foster their budding interest to a lifelong love of the arts.  Please stop by and try us out!

TIN SOLDIER

DANCE RECITAL INFO

PARENT GUIDES

PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY

MusicalArts adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen classic: The Steadfast Tin Soldier.  This show is held annually in December.  Click to see more pictures and information.

 

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Saturday June 20th , 11:00 & 2:30.

 

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Helpful tips & tools for getting the most out of lessons & classes.  Parent guide, dance dress code, dance recital information and music practice charts.

 

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Check out the MusicalArts space and students in action!

 

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Creativity is putting your imagination to work, and it's produced the most extraordinary results in human culture.      - Sir Ken Robinson