Frequently asked questions
Find all the answers you need in our FAQs
We believe that children can begin music lessons around 5 to 6 years of age, however, this can vary as each child is unique. We will be happy to talk with you about your child’s readiness.
We love starting students as beginners so that we can establish a great foundation. However, we accept students of all ages and levels, including adults and transfer students.
No, we do not. Our focus is on teaching students how to play their instrument and developing good technique, posture, coordination, and artistry.
Students should plan on 4 to 5 days of quality practice each week in order to complete their assignments.
Yes, we host 3 to 4 recitals yearly, offer The Certificate of Merit®, and other performance opportunities.
We are happy to meet with students and parents first, whether in a lesson or interview and answer questions regarding purchasing an instrument.
Please see our “Contact Us” section for the best times to contact us or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
While we strive to expose our students to a variety of repertoire, our teaching focuses primarily on the study of classical music.
Yes, please contact us to arrange for an interview, meet the teachers, and view our facilities.
We believe our tuition rates are very competitive for the region we are located. Please see the “Studio Policy” section of our website for more details.
All lessons are conducted in person, but we offer online and video lesson options in cases of illness or emergencies.