What Happens Where

The School offers private lessons at our home location at All Saints on Irving Street.  Some limited options are also available in W. Boylston and Shrewsbury.

Music Together classes are available in Auburn, West Boylston, Sterling, Sturbridge; and in Worcester at Emanuel Lutheran, the Hanover Theater and our home site on Irving Street.

Details for each location can be found on the sub pages.

Six Locations

Select a Pakachoag Music School site below to learn more about each location and offerings.







Piano lessons are also available in Shrewsbury.

For information about piano lessons in Shrewsbury please email info@pakmusic.org.  Thank you.


Via programming in five locations plus online, Pakachoag attracts families from over 40 different communities in and around Worcester. 

Zip codes include families living as far east as Southboro, west to Ware, north to Leominster, and south to the Connecticut and Rhode Island borders.  From time to time, due to a few unique programs, we have also attracted students from as far as Cape Cod and Southern New Hampshire.

Primary Location

Our home location in Worcester was renovated in 2018.  We enjoy six studios on two floors located inside All Saints Church.  Each studio varies in size.  Five of six studios have windows and fresh air.  Each studio has a glass window so visitors or guests can peek in to see what’s happening at any given time.    Studios at our Worcester location are also equipped with air conditioning (and heat during the winter).

Our home location in Worcester also includes waiting areas, available on both floors.  Parking is available on-site or on-street.

Worcester is also a thriving location for cultural activity.  Did you know…

Worcester is home to over 50 cultural organizations embracing art, theater, music and dance.

  • Incorporated as a Town: 1722
  • Incorporated as a City: 1848
  • Population: 184,508 (Estimate)
  • Government Type: Council-Manager (Also Known as “Plan E”)

Learn more about Worcester’s history at the Worcester Historical Museum.