Become a Music Mentor 

Are you ready to join a team of dedicated music teachers who are passionate about teaching children the tools to express our common humanity through music?

The Maestro Musicians Academy is hiring Piano, Voice, Violin, Cello, and Guitar Instructors in Lexington and Sharon.

Maestro Musicians serves children and adults, ages 4+ with a particular focus on children and pre-teens. Our mission is to kindle a love for the Magic of Music and inspire children to partake in the amazing traditional musical legacy that has been passed on to us over many generations. We believe that music speaks to the soul and we desire to give children the tools to express themselves through this magical medium.

Our school has served Boston area students since 2014 and is expanding every year. We are seeking passionate, nurturing educators who love working with children to join our team. 

As an employee of Maestro Musicians, you will have the benefit of a school that handles all scheduling, recruitment, student billing, space rental, and recital coordination so you can do what you love. We treat our instructors fairly and have their backs.

As one of the area's fasting growing music schools we have the capacity to fill teachers' schedules up to 30 hours per week and pay between $36.5-$51/hour based on qualifications and experience. Work one day or multiple days based on demand! We are open 48 weeks per year for teachers who wish to work in the summer. 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 3:00 to 8:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM to 2 PM

Find out more about us at and

My coworkers are so friendly, I like the clean and peaceful working environment, and I have a lot of students! -- Danpei H.

At the Maestro Musicians Academy, we believe in the following seven core values:

1. Prioritize the musical needs of your students as highly as your own

2. Value the time and schedule of your students' families as highly as your own

3. Develop a long-term, trusting relationship with our students and their families

4. Express yourself through the eyes and ears of a child

5. Meet students wherever they are on their personal journeys

6. Communicate with parents, students, and the school on a regular basis

7. Inspire and motivate students so that your enthusiasm is contagious


Maintain a regular weekly schedule of lessons and follow-up with students/parents through take-home lesson notes.

Commit to teaching a minimum of one afternoon/evening of after-school weekday or a weekend day of lessons that we will build up over the course of a few months

Intend to keep the same day and time available throughout the entire school year

Consistently show up on time to lessons

Communicate with parents/students about student progress at regular intervals via our progress reports

Prepare students for our optional recitals which take place at least twice per year

Must be computer savvy enough to report hours worked on our scheduling platform, Pike13


Love of working with children and being a "kid at heart"

Strong English language skills

Bachelor's  in music performance or music education preferred but we will also consider instructors with at least 1 year of teaching experience

At least three references (If you can, please include 1-3 from families of current/former students and/or employers)

Ability to consistently arrive on time to our teaching location(s) at 2600 Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington and/or 9 Washington Place in Sharon. Only one location is required but you may elect to work in more than one, based on demand. Please check your route and timing on before applying for this position

A schedule that will not conflict with your need to hold onto the same teaching day from September through June

Be available for at least 4 hours per week on a given afternoon/evening so that we can grow your studio. 

If you are on a visa, the visa must not expire before one year has elapsed, unless you have a document to prove that it will be renewed immediately without a grace period or gap

Legal documentation to work in the United States

Does This Sound Like You?

I love to work at Maestro Musicians because it is very organized. There is great communication between parents and staff, and schedules are managed well.  As a teacher of students of varying ages, it makes me so proud to see them grow into wonderful musicians. -- Yuna L.

Maestro Musicians Piano Teacher Yuna Lee


As a W-2 employee, your compensation ranges from $36.5-$42/hour and is based on your degrees, teaching experience, and/or previous experience having worked for the Maestro Musicians Academy. Our group piano lesson rate is $51/hour.
Benefits: Earned sick time. Paid family medical leave.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter stating why you want to work for Maestro Musicians, and 3 references by replying directly to We will give preference to instructors whose referees can directly attest to their teaching personas and abilities. We will contact you within 14 days if there is an interest in your application. No drop-ins or phone calls please.