Baltimore School of Music Baltimore, MD

Baltimore School of Music
We provide music lessons with the best teachers around! Our teachers hold degrees from some of the best music conservatories in the world and are dedicated to music education. Whether you've taken lessons for years or are just starting out, our highly skilled teachers will make learning exciting and fun. We also hold student recitals twice during the year to show off your talent!
Lessons Offered
  • Brass
  • Guitar
  • Keyboard
  • Music Theory
  • Piano
  • Strings
  • Viola
  • Voice
  • Woodwinds
Areas Served
Baltimore, MD
Payment Options
Cash, Debit Cards, Credit Cards
Contact Information
Phone Number (443) 687-7000
City Baltimore, MD
Zip Code 21218
Address 4200 St Paul Street
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Professional Associations and Certifications
  • Music Teachers National Association
  • National Guild for Community Arts Education
Music Teachers National AssociationNational Guild for Community Arts Education
Products and Services
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Key People
James Robert Lowe
James Robert Lowe
An accomplished concert classical guitarist and native of Omaha, Nebraska, James Robert Lowe was a graduate assistant and protg of world renowned guitarist and teacher Julian Gray at The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University. Along with his performing accolades in the United States and Europe, he is an advocate of music education and has written his first book on playing guitar, Guitar Technique: Arpeggios and Scales, Level I. He is currently the Director of the Baltimore School of Music, faculty member at The International School of Music in Bethesda, Maryland, and a professor of guitar at the Community College of Baltimore County.
Alys Denney
Alys Denney
Program Coordinator
Alys Denney is both an enthusiastic teacher and expressive performer. During her twenty years of piano study, she participated in masterclasses with David Dubal and Peter Takcs at the Southeastern Piano Festival, and performed Beethoven's Sonata, Op. 14, No. 2 on South Carolina ETV. An active member of the University of South Carolina's collegiate chapter of MTNA, Ms. Denney served as Vice President during her senior year of study. She is a multifaceted musician, and regularly composes music for small ensembles in many genres.
Shona Goldberg-Leopold
Shona Goldberg-Leopold
Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Tuba, Euphonium
A multifaceted horn player, Shona Goldberg-Leopold is passionate about performing orchestral, chamber, and solo music. Originally from Philadelphia, she earned a Bachelor of Music at Vanderbilt University as a student of Leslie Norton and a Master of Music at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University as a student of Denise Tryon. Having played with numerous musical ensembles, including the New World Symphony, Maryland Symphony, and Reading Symphony, she is currently a member of the Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra, Occasional Symphony, and Charm City Wind Quintet. She has enjoyed spending her summers at the Aspen, Chautauqua, Siena, and Eastern Music Festivals.
Lillian Green
Lillian Green
Violin, Viola, Beginning Piano
Lillian Green has performed as a solo, orchestral, and chamber musician across the United States, and in February of 2013 made her international debut playing recitals in Thailand and Malaysia. She is an active educator, currently teaching at the Peabody Preparatory Department, University of Delaware Community Music School, and Roland Park Country School. In the spring of 2013, she served as a part-time lecturer at West Virginia University. Lillian is finishing a doctorate in viola performance at Peabody Conservatory with Victoria Chiang; while at Peabody, she served as a theory teaching assistant for two years with Dr. Joel Puckett.
Jennier Hughson
Jennier Hughson
Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone
Jennifer Hughson is a vibrant clarinetist who is freelancing and teaching in the greater Baltimore/D.C. area. Having completed her BM from Indiana University and her MM from the Peabody Conservatory, Jennifer has performed in both the US and Europe. She is the clarinetist in the SONAR New Music Ensemble and the Charm City Wind Quintet and has played with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Columbus Philharmonic and the Bel Cantati Opera Company.
James Keretses
James Keretses
James Keretses is a graduate of the University of South Carolina where he studied classical guitar with Christopher Berg. In 2012, he received the Christopher Berg Guitar Award, awarded to the student best exhibiting qualities of creativity, humility, perseverance, and improvement in their study of the guitar and music performance. He has performed as a soloist in multiple venues in the state of South Carolina and with a variety of ensembles, including the Columbia Guitar Orchestra, the University of South Carolina Guitar Trio, and with the St. Andrew's Lutheran Church Parish Choir. He is currently pursuing his Master of Music in Guitar Performance at Peabody Institute.
Michael Pistorio
Michael Pistorio
Voice, Beginning Piano
An emerging artist, Michael Pistorio is a recognized performer of Opera, Oratorio, Art Song, and Musical Theatre. He became a reputable performer on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and is hoping to carry that over to his roots in Baltimore and Annapolis. While an undergraduate, Michael had the pleasure of performing the principal roles of Robert in Company, Papageno in Die Zauberflöte, Lancelot in Camelot, and Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance among others. In concert, Michael has been a featured soloist in Requiem by Fauré, Messe Solonnelle by Gounod, and with various organizations and ensembles including the Salisbury Pops Band. Michael completed his undergraduate studies in December 2013 and can currently be heard as a Cantor and in the Choir of the Baltimore Basilica and this season with Opera AACC.
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