Will my child need a piano?
Yes! A student will need to practice daily. That said – an acoustic piano, while preferred, is not required. Digital pianos are perfectly acceptable, and even a keyboard will work for starters. Keep in mind that the better the equipment, the better your child’s experience will be. I’m happy to help answer questions and make recommendations. Also – a keyboard will need to be touch sensitive and have a pedal so your child can practice and produce loud/ soft sounds as well as sustain notes.
What is your make-up policy?
A student’s tuition covers their weekly time slot with me. I’ve built in an extra class each semester to act as a “make up” or bonus if no make up is needed. Also – I do offer zoom for students who are able to do lessons, just not able to make it to my house that particular week.
What is the tuition?
Tuition is paid quarterly and varies depending on the following:
– private lesson or class
– piano lab added on or not.
– length of private lesson (30 or 45 minutes)
Please contact me so we can discuss your particular situation.
(30 minute private lessons with no lab are $200/ quarter).
What days/ times are lessons offered?
Please contact me for days/ times that lessons/ classes are offered. If none of the times currently work for you, please let me know if you’d like to be notified of other classes opening up!
What will you focus on in lessons?
Through the use of playing solos, duets, and playing games, and rhythmic exercises (think percussion instruments!) I focus on setting up your child to have an incredibly strong foundation in music. Included in a strong foundation is note reading, ear training, technique, theory, rhythm, and creativity.