Levittown

3068 Hempstead Turnpike LEVITTOWN, NY 11756
Phone: 516-735-3594
Store Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sun: Closed

Store Services

Events Calendar

Jun 21 - Jun 23 Lesson Open House | June 21-23 All Day

Due to space limitations, Levittown does not offer lessons. Please check our locations directory for another store near you which may offer lessons.

Meet The Experts

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Jessica
Retail Manager - N

Welcome to Music & Arts in Levittown! As the Manager here, I am happy to help you with any of your musical needs!  Music has...
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Joey
Senior Sales Associate

I am a rock n' roller at heart with a passion for gear.  In my world, nothing is more exciting than helping someone find...
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Gina
Senior Sales Associate

Senior Sales Associate for Music and Arts.  I grew up in a home with musicians and have two children who are musicians. I...
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Gabriel
Senior Sales Associate

Hi, I'm Gabe!   I've been playing drums for over a decade and I am a sales associate at the Levittown Location of Music...

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Get to Know Music & Arts, Levittown

Welcome to Music & Arts!

From seasoned professional musicians and music educators to the parents of children learning about music for the first time, Music & Arts is a home for anyone with an interest in music. For over 65 years, we’ve been on a mission to get the world excited about the magic of music. As America’s most trusted resource for music, we offer name brand instrument and music accessory sales, rentals, repairs, phenomenal music lessons, and a wide assortment of books and sheet music. Stop in and see us today! We can’t wait to meet you.

Levittown, New York, we’re proud to be your local music store! From fantastic music instruction to more instruments and accessories than you can shake a stick at, we’re here for all your musical needs.

We’re conveniently located on the Hempstead Turnpike east of Wantagh State Parkway. You can find our store south of Redwing Field and West Village Green. In addition to the incredible community here in Levittown, we’re proud to serve the surrounding areas of East Meadow, Bethpage, Farmingdale, New Cassel, Hicksville, Seaford, Massapequa, Plainview, and more!

Are you a local music teacher based here in Levittown? We have a huge appreciation for our nation’s hardworking music educators, and we can’t thank you enough for all that you do. Stop in and see us to receive special discounts on books and sheet music. Thanks for enriching the lives of our local youth through music!

Even the most talented musician can’t play their best when their instrument isn’t working the way it should. Luckily, our expert repair and maintenance team is here to help. Whether you’ve got a cracked violin or a clarinet in dire need of new pads, we’re here to get you up and running as soon as possible. Just focus on your music and we’ll take care of the rest.

Legendary pianist and songwriter Billy Joel famously lived in Levittown earlier in his career. He even makes reference to our city in his 1989 song “Leningrad.” Maureen Tucker and Sterling Morrison of The Velvet Underground also lived here at one point. If you’re a local musician playing in the same New York City clubs that Billy and The Velvet Underground used to, you can always rely on our store for all your musical needs. From music accessories like strings, straps, and reeds to a huge selection of helpful books and sheet music, we’ve got you covered.

MORE ABOUT MUSIC & ARTS

Since 1952, we’ve been enriching local American communities through music. The first Music & Arts store was run out of a humble home in Bethesda, Maryland. Six decades and hundreds of locations later, we’re now America’s leading provider of music lessons, instrument sales, rentals, and repairs. Our remarkable story of growth and change has everything to do with the special relationships we’ve formed with students, parents, educators, and musicians over the years. We’ve grown considerably since that little house in Bethesda, but our commitment to sharing music with the world has never changed.