Our Award Winning Music Programs
We have a variety of programs to fit every student no matter what level
they are at. We are flexible with scheduling and do our very best 
to accomodate our customers.

Music Therapy

Music Therapy is an established healthcare profession that uses music to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals of all ages. 
Music Therapy improves the quality of life for persons who are well and meets the needs of children and adults with disabilities or illnesses.

Specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Developmental Delays.

Music Therapy interventions can be designed to:
  • promote wellness
  • manage stress
  • alleviate pain
  • express feelings
  • enhance memory
  • improve communication
  • promote physical rehabilitation

Adapted music lessons for students with disabilities. 

Musical activities include:
  • Playing musical instruments
  • Singing
  • Movement
  • Interactive musicl Participation

*Insurance accepted!
Learn and Grow with Music!

Programs for 4 Years Old and under. 

Show parents and caregivers the role music plays in a preschool-age child's development.

Provide means for parents and caregivers to make music with children regardless of musical training.

Demonstrate that everyone can enjoy, make and value music.

Encourage a love of music in children during their formative years.

Illustrate musical links among cultures 

The central messages of Sesame Street Music Works...
  • Children grow and learn with music
  • Everyone, everywhere can celebrate with music
  • We express ourselves through music
  • Children learn about music by enjoying and making music

Group Lessons

We offer group music instruction. It is an excellent way for the students to socialize and have fun while they learn.

Private Lessons

Students are motivated to achieve their full musical potential, be creative and positive.  At Richmond Music Center we have a very high success record with our students.  Most of our students continue playing for ther entire lives!      

  • Vocal instruction
  • All instruments
  • All ages
  • Beginners through advanced
  • All styles

Our recital is the highlight of our musical season.  Students have the opportunity to perform in front of family members and friends.  

Our recitals have taken place at the following venues:​

During the course of the past 28 years, more than 650 students and about 4,500 audience members have participated in the student recital at Carnegie Hall,  Weill Recital Hall.  New York University professors have also participated in our recitals.

Music Performance

We are constantly creating opportunities for our students to perform. We believe performance is a very important element in musical study. 

Artistic Development for Musical 

Improve your musical performance skills. These sessions are designed for aspiring professional musicians as well as existing professional musicians. We welcome guitarists, bass guitarists, vocalists, piano/keyboard players, woodwind, brass, strings and all other musicians.
This project helps participants to integrate key elements of music to improve their perfomance skills.
This is the first time a program of this qualilty has been offered on Staten Island. Participants will meet with experienced professional musicians, who will share basic insites towards improving musical skill development.
The focus of the sessions is on fundamental elements involved in creating a successful performance experience.

These elements include:
  • rhythm
  • harmony
  • melody
  • shape
  • form

Through the study, improvisational skills will be nurtured. This class will help you achieve your fullest music potential.

Music Therapy Instrumentarium 

When I consider basic music therapy instruments, certain questions present themselves to me.
  • What are the basic music therapy instruments?
  • What is my own personal belief about music therapy instruments?
  • Is it important to offer a selection of instruments to clients?

I believe these questions can be answered in a variety of ways, depending on the music therapists own personal style.
To me the basic materials of music therapy include:

  • percussion
  • voice
  • string instruments
  • keyboards
  • environmental and body sounds
  • movement
  • possibly wind instruments and brass

I prefer a good selection of quality instruments that sound great and that are pleasing to the eye, durable, low maintenance and sturdy. The element of presenting choices to our clients is important. I believe it is the person's feelings, hands and movements that breath life into the sound of the instrument.

Goal The goal is to provide successfull musical experience, helping clients move toward musical expression and achieving their fullest potential. 

Successful Structure

Part of properly structuring sessions is to provide excellent quality instruments that sound great, are inviting to play and facilitate musical process. Most instruments used by clients in therapy, do not require formal training. They are designed so that, even non-musicians sound good. No traditional music training is necessary to be musical in therapy.

This information is presented as an invitation to you.

Please give me a call, or come in and visit to let me know how I can help supply you with the instruments and materials that are essential in running a successful music therapy program.

Service and Repairs

Jimmie Mack - Authorized / Guitar Technician 
Jimmie Mack is an expert guitar tech who brings a wealth of knowledge and skill to his repairs. As a performing popular musician, Jimmie is able to see the instrument from a player/performer's perspective. 
We specialize in various aspects of Guitar Repair:
  • String Changes
  • Pick up Changes
  • Adjustments
  • Fret Work
  • Set Ups
  • Filing
  • Electronic Work  

Musical Instruments and Accessories

Quality Instruments at affordable prices


Bass Guitars
 Band Instruments
... and more