All lessons and workshops take place at our music school in Newcastle. We have all the essential teaching resources at the school to make each lesson creative and fun.
Lessons are £15.00 for 30 minutes. Our lessons are taught 1:1. We ask that students set up a standing order of £55.00 a month, this covers all term time lessons plus floater lessons that each student can use in the school holidays. We can also offer an invoice for each term instead of the standing order.
At the beginning of the year every student has 5 floater lessons that they can use in the school holidays. If you are a new student, starting in the middle of the year, we will calculate how many floater lessons you have to use for that year.
No, we don’t offer group lessons this is because every student is different and has different needs. Having 1:1 lesson allows each teacher to focus on each student, helping them achieve their goals faster.
From 3 years old to adults. Our Preschool lessons and perfect for students aged 3 – 5 years old. Once students have started school the lessons natural progress to piano lessons.
For adult students we introduce you to the basics and build up your knowledge and skills every week, so it doesn’t matter if you are new to music lessons and have never played before. Once you have a good knowledge, we structure your lessons to what you would like to learn whether that is classical, pop, musical theatre or any other style you would like to learn.
For piano lessons, you do not need to have your own instrument. We understand that pianos can be a very expensive purchase and students may want to have a few lessons before committing to buy one. However, we advise after a few lessons to purchase a piano or keyboard to have at home so students can practise before their next lesson.
For guitar and ukulele lessons, yes you do need to have your own instrument. Please bring your guitar/ukulele to every lesson.
There is not an exact time that would be suitable for every student. We understand that students have very busy lives and trying to fit in practise can be difficult. The best advice would be to have a practise routine, whether that is in the morning, afternoon or evening. Try to stick with the routine as practise is much better little and often rather than just on 1 day.
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