Haddonfield School of Music

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About Haddonfield School of Music

We offer private lessons on violin, viola, cello, guitar, piano, bass, voice, flute and music theory from some of the area's most experienced and talented instructors and musicians.

The lessons cater to your tastes while improving technique and musicianship. Ensembles, classes and performances add to your experience.


3 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ 08033

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  • 5/5 stars

    Robert Bradshaw is not only the best violin instructor I've ever met but he's also one of the best men I have ever met. Mr. Bradshaw owns his own Haddonfield business in which he is surrounded by an extremely competent staff, which is filled with other instructors teaching instruments such as cello, violin, piano and more. Whether you are a parent interested in having your child learn an instrument or an adult who would like to learn an instrument or enhance your skills, you can't go wrong with Maestro Studios. Bradshaw stands out above all other music instructors because of his passion, enthusiasm and love for his job. You or your child's specific schedule or musical needs will be met. And to keep your interest in you or your child's instrument, Rob Bradshaw puts on great recitals and concerts and you or your child can even be part of the the pit orchestra for the local theater academy's shows. Reasonably priced lessons, great instructors, and incredible experiences.

  • 5/5 stars

    Well the report cards are in.... and our experience at Maestro Studios gets an A+!! Our student is an 11 year old cellist. The instructors are the best & work well with all ages . The young student & mature student participate through the year in palor recitals, and themed concerts both solo and together. This is a great way to mentor the young muscian not matter what the age. Keep up the good work Maestro, we look forward to another wonderful year !

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A. Think about what your musical goals may be and find a suitable lesson provider based on that. If you are looking for opportunities to perform and connect with peers as well as receive top-quality private lessons, then we are the place for you.

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