Welcome To
Musically Minded Academy

Musically Minded Academy is dedicated to fostering musicians by building a supportive and thriving community, a haven for musicians and music lovers alike. Music is a language and we believe that people must be immersed in an environment with other musicians it to grow and thrive

Discover Musically Minded Academy

Musically Minded Academy is a California 501(c)3 non-profit organization that educates students of all ages on musical instruments, voice and musical theater. Our students perform in many events each semester.  Building community one note at a time. 

Our Programs

Music lessons are available in Voice, Piano, Guitar, Drums, Violin, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet or any other and at most expertise levels from beginner to advanced. Students may enroll in private lessons at any time. We also provide option of small group lessons.


Support The Academy

Musically Minded Academy relies on community and foundation support to offer our services and programs. Over 60% of our summer camp students attend with financial aid. We also provide workforce development in Salesforce for school administrators, many of whom have gone through our program and have found paying jobs in this sector. 

What are you doing this summer?

We would love to see you this season at Musically Minded Academy.
We have put together all our major music courses into fun and simple online music classes that can be taken flexibly one-on-one or in small groups of 3.
Bring music to life with exciting challenges ranging from performing in an online recital to creating new pieces, regardless of whether you are a complete beginner.
Seats are filling up fast – be sure to get your spot before you miss out!
Register today and become part of the Musically Minded Academy.
Call us at 510-601-5700 to learn more.

Anna Orias

Musically Minded offers unique music education programs designed to help students develop a passion not only for individual instruments, but for excellent musicianship. We aim to inspire our students to learn music as a language and communicate and connect with themselves and their communities through the enjoyment of this art form.