Frequently asked questions
How early can a child start music lessons?
What are the best options for beginners?
How to choose which instrument?
How long does it take to learn an instrument?
Learning a music instrument is not a course. It varies from person and person and requires an individual approach. Practicing time is a main factor in seeing and enjoying the progress. On average a student sticks to music lessons for 4 to 5 years.
Do I need to have an instrument at home?
What’s the benefit of a rare instrument?
How long are the lessons?
How long should a student practice?
I don't have any musical background or ability, can I still help my child practice?
I’m afraid my child won’t practice.
Can adults take lessons?
Are there performing opportunities?
Are the teachers qualified?
What if the student and teacher’s personalities don’t click?
Can i observe my child’s lesson?
Yes! And you should! Once in a while. Constant presence during the lessons might get in the way of establishing the direct student/teacher relationship, but once in a month check-up will give you a good idea about how the lessons are going.
How much is a tuition?
What’s a 48-week schedule?
How late can we cancel a class? Do we get a make-up lesson?
We require a 24-hour cancelation notice in order for you to request a make-up for the missed lesson, which will be scheduled by your teachers based on their availability. Avoid shorter than 24-hour notices, as teachers need time to adjust their schedules. Late notice will result in account charges. If the teacher cancels the lesson, a substitute teacher will be invited.