How do lessons work?

Our music lessons follow specific lesson plans, tweaked to fit the student’s skill level, learning pace, and musical goals. Your instructor will give you practice assignments to do on your own during your time outside of class. When you come back, the instructor will go over your work to make sure you’ve progressed. Your progress is measured with progress reports, sent every 8 weeks of lessons you have.

Where are the lessons held?

Lessons are held at a location you and your instructor decide upon. In many cases, lessons are held at the instructors home studio, the student’s home, or our main studio.

Is there an extra charge for the instructor to travel to my location?

There is a fuel fee applied to your payment to compensate the instructor traveling to your location. This fee is determined based on miles traveled multiplied by gas per gallon cost.

What are my payment options?

You can pay lesson by lesson or monthly. If you choose our monthly plan you will save up to 20% off your bill. We accept all forms of payment, and you can even pay and view your bill online.

What should I bring to my lesson?

• Notebook and pen for notes
• Guitar for guitar players
• Drum sticks for drummers
• Water for vocalists
If you don’t have any of these items please tell your instructor so he/she can provide one for you. Note: Do not bring your keyboard or drums.

Can I receive discounts on siblings?

Yes! Discounts will be determined based on each family’s situation. Call or email us for details.

How long do lessons last?

As long as you feel you need lessons. There will always be room for improvement. You can stop at any time or continue as long as you’d like.

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I am progressing with each lesson thanks to John's ability to teach. His professionalism and knowledge are well worth the investment! And thankfully the price is super reasonable!

Karolyn V.
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