Music lessons

Gordon’s after school music program is designed to expose students to the joy of learning an instrument in a convenient and supportive environment. We seek to instill a lifelong connection with musical learning, and many of our students become accomplished instrumentalists in high school, college, and beyond.

Gordon hosts a variety of after school instrumental and vocal instruction opportunities throughout the year. Students can study a variety of orchestra and folk instruments, along with voice training taught by a faculty of professional musicians and educators.

Instrumental music recitals are held twice a year, at the end of each semester, in January and May or June. All students in this program are welcome to participate.
The schedule is split into two semesters, and the fee structure is based on fourteen lessons per semester, with an additional two or three weeks left open for make-up lessons in the case of absence. This two-semester calendar is different from the three-season schedule followed by after school enrichments and athletics.
Lessons are $389 per semester.
full policies for scheduling and cancelling lessons
From the program director

We monitor how students and their teachers connect throughout the year, so that we can facilitate the optimal experience for everyone. It is so important to have a good working relationship between student and teacher. When you call to arrange your child's lesson, your child's teacher will clearly go over his or her expectations. This is when you should have dialogue with the instructor to express your expectations as well. It is important for you, your child, and your instructor to understand what is required for good solid progress. Items you should discuss are things like practicing, possible rewards if you and the instructor feel that is appropriate, consistency in showing up for lessons, the importance of bringing materials needed for the lesson each week, and expectations for performances in recitals.

Students take lessons for a myriad of reasons. Our program provides opportunities for exploration, engagement, and growth for all students interested in instrumental learning.



Melanie Ambler
203 885-6669

Drums, bassoon, and flute 
Wilfred Beaudoin 
401 781-2142

Guitar, piano, ukulele, voice, banjo, songwriting  
Adam Dias 

Cheryl Faria
401 419-8682

Violin and fiddle 
Michelle Kaminsky 
401 246-2720

Elena Kishkovich
401 651-5175

Ian Kasarjian
508 966-4628

Saxophone and clarinet
Wayne Marcus

Piano, trumpet, voice
Joel McCoy
401 368-5886

Guitar, banjo, ukulele, harmonica, bass
Christopher Monti
401 374-4478

Cheryl Poisson
508 761 4225 or 401 359 3329