Music Clubhouse

Music is an important tool for young people’s development. It helps the body and mind work together and builds confidence. Music can help adolescents release or control emotions, and helps coping with difficult situations.  

The Music Clubhouse at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell provides space for young people to interact with music in a way that meets their needs. From small group lessons, performance, working in the recording studio, learning about sound engineering and editing, composing, podcasting and more – Club members learn skills that support their social and emotional learning and mental health. In addition, the Music Clubhouse uses modern technology and techniques that are applicable in real-world job settings. 

In this Program

Music Lessons

Small group music lessons are available throughout the week. Instruments range from guitar, keyboard, bass guitar, drums, vocals, beat making and mixing and more. All instruments and equipment are provided at the Club.


Members who would like to perform music in front of an audience can find opportunities and support to perform in the Club and local community. Solo musicians, bands and ensembles are all welcome to hone their talents and performance skills at the Club, with the support of staff who are musicians and performers themselves.

Recording Studio

The Music Clubhouse includes a recording studio outfitted with modern, professional equipment and software. Here, musicians can record their own compositions, or cover tunes. This space also allows Club members to learn aspects of music management, recording, editing and production.


A podcasting studio allows Club members to learn interview skills, production skills and discuss relevant topics that are important to them.

Video Production

Videography production is available for members who want to create a video to accompany their songs.

Listen to music and podcasts we have created here:

This program is supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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