Group Music Classes at PAC – NOW In-Person

Music is at the heart of what we do here at PAC, and we’re thrilled to offer so many opportunities for musical enrichment. While individual lessons are ideal for some students, these group classes provide a unique opportunity for pursuing music education. The format of group lessons offers a wonderful opportunity for each student to perform as a part of their group which only adds to the fun and excitement. Join us in classes today!

For a complete list of current class offerings through PAC, be sure to check out our calendar page. If you’re ready to sign up, register today!

All tuition noted below.

Scholarships available.

*Annual Registration Fee: $30 per student up to a max of $60 per family (Sept. 1, 2021 to Aug. 31, 2022)

Email pac@pacmetrowest or call 508-875-5554 for more information about group music classes.

PAC Spring 2022 Classes Schedule

Music Theory I

AGES: 14 – adult

DAY & TIME: Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 pm (60 min.)

STARTS: April 5, 2022

8 week course

INSTRUCTOR: Eliomar Nascimento

TUITION: $160*


Vocal Workshop – featuring musical theater and opera

AGES: High School – Adult, Middle School by instructor approval only

DAY & TIME: Wednesday, 7:00-8:30 pm (90 min.), may be extended to 9:00pm if enrollment numbers are high

STARTS: April 6, 2022

8 week course

INSTRUCTOR: Eliomar Nascimento

TUITION: $500*


Adult Flute Ensemble

AGES: 21+, vaccinated participants

DAY & TIME: Thursday, 7:00-8:30 pm (90 min.)

STARTS: April 7, 2022

9 week course

INSTRUCTOR: David Houston

TUITION: $330*

REQUIREMENT: instructor approval / audition

Beginner Class Voice

AGES: Grades 4-6

DAY & TIME: Wednesday, 3:30-4:15 pm (45 min.)

STARTS: April 6, 2022

8 week course


TUITION: $160*

Class voice serves as a fun introduction to taking singing lessons, equipping your child with the knowledge and confidence to take private voice lessons. Students will learn sight-reading, music theory, and anatomy of the voice, all while having fun with their friends, classmates, or siblings. Students will begin to learn the technique of healthy singing and be assigned solo and group repertoire to perform in a kind and nurturing setting to prepare for future roles and opportunities.