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A Music School in English

The American Conservatory of Paris provides music lessons in English. We accept beginners, intermediate, and advanced students of all ages. Our teachers come to your home in Paris for private music lessons at home or take private music lessons online worldwide. Our Conservatory is the most convenient way to learn music.

With Dedicated Teachers

All of our teachers hold university degrees specifically in their instrument. We selected them for their passion for music and care for teaching. They are always encouraging and positive, catering to each student’s interests, desires, and goals. We teach with an “American Approach” to music education with your hands on the instrument from the first day.

and Outstanding Students

The Conservatory prepares 25% of students for optional end-of-the-year exams. These exams are held by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), the world’s most recognized music examination organization. We are proud to say that our students have passed Practical, Performance, and Theory Exams every year with a 100% success rate!

How it works…

1. Download, fill out, and email us your sign-up form.

2. The admissions team will contact you to schedule your first lesson.

FREE Trial Lesson

The right connection between a student and a teacher is essential. We pair you with a faculty member who best fits your goals, but we want you to experience that for yourself. We are confident that you will find our faculty highly skilled, patient, motivating, and ready to help you achieve your dreams. Please fill out a sign-up form, then e-mail it to us requesting a free 45-minute trial lesson.

Performances Opportunities

We believe that music is made to be shared. Therefore, we offer all of our voice/instrumental students two performance opportunities in a beautiful Parisian concert hall. These recitals build confidence and character and are an occasion to perform for family, friends, and peers.

Choose Your Lesson

At Home / Online

Choose Your Instrument

Cours De Piano Paris


Cours De Chant Paris


Guitare Lessons Paris


Cours De Ukulélé En Ligne


Cours De Violon Paris


Cours D' Alto Paris


Cours De Violoncelle Paris


Cours De Contrebasse Paris

Double Bass

Meet Our Faculty

Professeur De Piano Paris


Laurent is the Head of the Piano & Music Theory Departments and a founding director of The American Conservatory of Paris.
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Erika Bliznik is the Head of the Wind and Brass Department as well as a founding director of The American Conservatory of Paris.
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Violin Teacher Paris Kyle


American violinist and violist Kyle actively performs as an orchestral musician, chamber musician, recitalist, and adventurous
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Piano Teacher Paris Ricardo


Born in Buenos Aires, Ricardo is an Argentinian pianist who performs as a soloist and a chamber musician. Ricardo started his musical training
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Piano Teacher Paris John


John, a Greek-American pianist, has given performances worldwide. From New York to India, Paris to Beijing, he has been described
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Professeur De Piano Paris


Double-time winner of the National Music Competition for the Young Artist in the Philippines, Rochelle started playing the piano at age 6.
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Double Bass Teacher Paris Ingela


A graduate of the Royal College of Music in London, Ingela has combined a busy schedule of orchestral, chamber, opera,
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Singing Teacher Paris Kathryn


Originally from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Kathryn is a classically trained soprano who has performed in concert halls around the United
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Drum Teacher Paris Benjamin


Passionate about teaching drums, Benjamin is a graduate of the University of Montreal. He pursued further studies at
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Piano Teacher Paris Dave


Dave Bristow is a jazz pianist, composer, and educator living, working, and performing in Paris. He has a Master of Music degree
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