Registration Open for Summer & Fall

This Summer, Hands On! will be featuring “Zin! Zin! Zin! a Violin.” Classes begin June 12th and run through August 23rd. Sign up for a full session before May 27th to receive $50 off Summer classes!

The Fall session begins on September 6th and ends on December 2nd. Sign up before August 6th to receive $75 off Fall classes!

Closed on Tuesday, 3/14!

Due to the weather, Hands On! will be closed on Tuesday, March 14th.  Don’t forget to schedule your make-up!

Closed for President’s Day Weekend!

Hands On! will be closed for President’s Day Weekend from Saturday, 2/18 through Monday, 2/20. You do not need to schedule a make-up class, as it is not included in the session. Classes will resume on Tuesday, 2/21. Enjoy your weekend!

Hands On! Closed February 9th

Hands On! will be closed February 9th due to the winter storm. Don’t forget to schedule your make-up class next week. Stay safe and warm!

We are open on MLK!

Classes are still in session on Monday, January 16th. If you can’t make your regularly scheduled class, call or email the studio to schedule a make-up. Have a great weekend!

Classes still available!

We have multiple classes still available for our Sounds of NY Winter 2017 session, which ends on Saturday, March 11th! Call the studio at 212-496-9929 or email us at for more information.


Closed for the Holidays!

We are closed for the Holidays from Saturday, December 24th through Monday, January 2nd.  We hope you have a lovely break and we’ll see you back in class on Tuesday, January 3rd.  Happy New Year!

Music Lessons Spur Emotional and Behavioral Growth

According to a study at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, “music training not only helps children develop fine motor skills, but aids emotional and behavioral maturation as well.” Read more about the study by clicking here.

The Magic Flute at The Met

We encourage you to check out the Met’s annual presentation of the English version of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. It is running from 12/20/16-01/05/17 and is staged by Julie Taymor, the mastermind behind Broadway’s The Lion King. Click on the link for more information on The Met and their upcoming performances.