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Opal Music Studio Moving to New Location

Opal Music Studio, which has provided the highest quality private lessons on various instruments for almost 15 years, announced they are moving to a new location this fall: 607 Prince Street.

Opal Music Studio founders Molly Orlando (left) and Hannah Williams are all smiles in front of their new location at 607 Prince Street. (Photo courtesy of Opal Music Studio)

Alexandria, VA – Opal Music Studio, which has provided the highest quality private lessons on various instruments for almost 15 years, announced they are moving to a new location this fall: 607 Prince Street.

Opal’s founders, Molly Orlando and Hannah Williams, are thrilled. “We’re so excited to make the move,” said Williams. “This new space opens up fantastic opportunities for our students and teachers. We have great projects in development and we can’t wait to get started.”

Piccolo Opal

In fact, they have already started. Opal has announced a new offering: Piccolo Opal. Partnering with providers of the area’s best early childhood activities, Opal will offer early-afternoon enrichment sessions in music, art, science, and yoga. Piccolo Opal is perfect for curious kids ages 3-5 to create, learn, and explore. Call 571-970-2615 for details.

New semester begins September 7

September 7 marks the start of another bustling semester full of music lessons, events, themed recitals, juries, and more. If you’d like more information on Opal Music Studio’s lessons and programs, visit opalmusicstudio.com. Connect with Opal on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @opalmusicstudio.

Opal Music Studio, located in Old Town Alexandria, offers music lessons for students of all ages and abilities. Opal’s highly trained faculty provides serious instruction in a creative environment, where students are eager to hear new ideas and unafraid to try new things. The Opal community is designed to bring students together for more than weekly lessons and practice. Opal strives to get students performing in front of each other often and to offer events and activities that highlight the connections between music and art.

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