Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord

We specialize in music lessons for students of all ages!

Lesson enrollment is open for the Summer and Fall 2024 sessions.

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For more than four decades, the Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord has brought the highest level of individual musical instruction to the students of Concord and Carlisle. Founded in 1980 by the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District to serve the musical needs in our communities, our distinguished faculty of professional musicians and educators provide instruction for close to 400 student musicians. Located in the towns of Concord and Carlisle, Massachusetts, classes are given at a variety of locations throughout the schools.
Whether students are beginning a new instrument or honing skills developed through many years of practice, IMSCC is dedicated to helping young musicians excel. Our teachers work one on one with students to help them develop basic skills, learn repertoire, and prepare for performances. With close ties to school music departments, IMSCC teachers are well equipped to help students prepare for ensemble playing, both in school and beyond. IMSCC graduates have gone on to conservatory programs and professional careers in music.

IMSCC is a part of Concord-Carlisle Adult & Community Education, in association with the Concord and Carlisle school music departments. We are a self-supporting program of the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District.

Contact Us

Contact Us

IMSCC Program Coordinator Information and Enrollment 978-318-1400 x7653
Director Adult & Community Education 978-318-1400 x7123
Director of Bands/Orchestra Concord-Carlisle High School 978-318-1400 x7657
Director of Bands Carlisle Public Schools 978-369-6550 x5109

Debbie Levine,
IMSCC Program Coordinator
Information & Enrollment
978-318-1400 x7653

Jill Weintraub
Director of Adult & Community Education

Kevin Maier
Director of Bands, Carlisle Public Schools
978-369-6550 x5109

Christopher Noce
Director of Bands/Orchestra, CCHS
978-318-1400 x7657