Individual lessons enable students to learn the technique and repertoire that are immediately relevant to their particular needs. They are a vital part of every musician's education. One on one time with an instructor also helps to foster important life skills such as discipline, perseverance, self-motivation, patience, focus, time management, and confidence.
Individual lessons follow an open enrollment policy; new enrollments are accepted at anytime throughout the year.
30 minutes each week, $80.00 per month
60 minutes each week, $150.00* per month
*Hourly rate reflects two half hour spots with a discount applied.
Families with two or more half hour enrollments receive a $5 discount per half hour.
LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT
30 minute lesson - $25 per lesson
60 minute lesson - $45 per lesson
(Not available through online registration.)
Frequently Asked Questions
Which instruments are taught?
We currently offer lessons for piano, drums, guitar (electric, acoustic and classical), bass guitar, saxophone, voice, strings (violin, viola, and cello), brass, and woodwinds (flute, clarinet, and oboe). Other instruments may be available upon request.
How often are lessons?
Usually lessons are once each week, either 30 or 60 minutes at a time. However, drum students have the option of taking 60 minute lessons every other week for the same price if scheduled directly with the instructor.
Who are the teachers?
Drums: Daniel Lauby & Dan Lauby
Guitar: Sarah Nation, Michael Fenton, & Hector Murrieta
Piano: Alexis Mumma, Jacob Engel & Jonathan Coleman
Bass Guitar: Michael Fenton
Violin, Viola, Cello: Orion Hall
Saxophone: Larry Comer
Woodwinds: Allison Mathews
Voice: Alexis Mumma
Brass: John Schaeffer
How much do I need to practice?
We recommend setting aside an age appropriate amount of time, multiple times a week. Consistent practice is the only way to gain skill and fluency in music.
Have another question?
We are happy to answer any questions you may have!