What We Teach

  • Piano playing pianist player. Woman with musical instrument closeup SOLO PIANO FROM THE EARLY YEARS THROUGH COLLEGE PREPARATION
  • Man playing acoustic guitar CLASSICAL GUITAR, COUNTRY, BLUEGRASS, BLUES, ROCK AND BASS
  • Cello musical instrument cellist musician playing. Woman with cello SOLO CELLO, ENSEMBLE AND ORCHESTRA PREPARATION
  • Classical Violin, Fiddling, Ensemble. CONCERT VIOLINISTS, FIDDLERS AND ORCHESTRA MUSICIANS
  • Group Of School Children Singing In Choir Together VOICE LESSONS FOR MUSICAL THEATRE, POP OR CHOIR.
  • Group Of Elementary Age Schoolchildren In Music Class With Instruments INTRO TO MUSIC GROUP CLASSES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN

Our Pricing Plans

Monthly

$95

Per Month
  • Weekly 30 Min. Lesson
  • Monthly Group Class
  • Auto-Pay
Register!

Year

$855

August-May
  • Weekly 30 Min. Lesson
  • Monthly Group Class
  • Save 10%
Register!

*Annual Registration = $150/Student.

**Plans based on 32 sessions per year.

For any questions regarding our pricing plans above, don’t hesitate to contact us!

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Save up to 10% off tuition for multiple children or multiple instruments. Family discounts begin at 2 children.
Of course! As students progress, we encourage them to increase to 45 minute or 1 hour lessons. Contact us for rates.
Building confidence on stage is a huge part of our mission. Depending on their skill level, students will have opportunities to perform solo AND with groups. Community outreach performances are also available. Concerts are always FREE,
The $150 Registration Fee covers maintaining accreditations and memberships, allows us produce all performances with free admission, provide some guest artist/professional faculty masterclasses, ensures no fundraising (selling snacks, candies, calendars, coupons…etc).
Yes. Although not included in our tuition pricing, summer classes and camps are recommended for those seriously pursuing their instrument. Summer is also when we start a majority of our new students
Yes…sort of. We have pro-rated payment options for starting mid semester but you may need to wait for a specific teacher or time slot. The best advice is to reach out as soon as possible to be placed on our prioirty wait list.

2,782 total views, 2 views today