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Lessons

About lessons
How lessons work

Students attend lessons weekly.  Each lesson includes details about what and how to practice.  Group classes are 45min and private lessons are available in 30min, 45min, and 60min intervals.  

Getting started

Ready to begin?  Have additional questions?  Contact us using the button at the bottom of the page or via social media.

Recital information

Students have the opportunity to participate in 2 recitals each year.  Recitals are a great way for students to show off their hard work and hear each other play.  Lessons include instruction provided on stage presence and professionalism.  

Payment options

Private lessons are billed monthly and group classes are billed in 10 week sessions.  Lessons are payable by check, bank transfer, or Venmo.  Payment plans may be available under some circumstances.

Cost
  • Private lessons:

    • 30 minutes: $32

    • 45 minutes: $48

    • 60 minutes: $64

  • Group lessons:          

    • 45 minutes: $28.50

Keyboard Kids Group Classes

Group lessons have 2-4 students in a 45min class.  Students are placed with other musicians of a similar age and who are at a similar level in their playing.  Classes focus on ensemble playing, musicianship, and peer learning in addition to musical concepts.

FAQs
How long is a lesson?

Lessons range in length from 30-60 minutes depending on age and ability.  Beginners typically start at 30 minutes.

What is the difference between "traditional" and "Suzuki" or "Yamaha"?

Traditional study refers to teaching from a book and includes reading music.  The Suzuki and Yamaha methods teach music the way kids learn language- by listening, imitating, and repeating.  Both methods have value.  Different teachers use various methods so if you're looking for a particular method let us know so we can pair you with the right teacher.

What age can my child start an instrument?

Our teachers begin violin, cello and piano instruction as young as 3 years old.  If your child is interested in viola, we encourage them to start on violin and then transition to viola as they grow.

I don't have an instrument yet.  
Should I buy one?

No.  Please don't.  For strings, we highly recommend renting to start.  Our favorite is: All Strings Attached at: https://www.allstringsattached.com/  For piano, guitar or ukulele, please call us for recommendations prior to purchasing.

Do I have to sit in on my child's lesson?

Parent attendance requirements vary by teacher, so if you're looking for something specific let us know so we can match you with the best fit teachers.

Can you come to my home for lessons?

Teachers work from our Plymouth studio, conveniently located between Cub Foods and Lifetime Fitness near 55 and 494.

Do you teach adults?
Yes!  We have many adult students.  It's never too late to begin studying an instrument.
How do group lessons work?

Group lessons have 2-4 students in a 45min class.  Students are placed with other musicians of a similar age and who are at a similar level in their playing.  Classes focus on ensemble playing, musicianship, and peer learning in addition to musical concepts.

Questions? Contact us today!

Reach out by phone, email or via  social media channels.