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(850) 483-0800

available from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Address 105B Lewis St,
Ft Walton Beach, FL 32547

Frequently Asked Questions.

Tuition varies depending on the type and length of the study. Please visit our tuition page for a listing of our rates and discounts.

Students enrolled in the private study are afforded three make-up lessons per year. (Based on the students anniversary date)

Continuity is one of the most valuable components of study and it’s important for our students to understand that studying music is a commitment if you want to truly experience growth. After the third make-up lesson, missed lessons are forfeited.

There are some exceptions where more than three make-up lessons are provided which include, but are not limited to illness, emergencies, honor ensemble rehearsals, and performances outside of the Conservatory.

The make-up policy is to deter families from canceling for convenience. Aside from continuity, with the number of students we serve, scheduling becomes rather difficult for both students and the instructor.

Missed classes must be forfeited due to the nature of the offering.

A student’s age depends on the instrument of choice. We understand a five-year-old probably shouldn’t learn to play the tuba just yet. But aside from size, elements such as attention span, maturity, and the ability to comprehend are considered when determining the age to begin studying music.

All of our instruments have age-appropriate restrictions but a student may be exempt on a case by case basis.

We have Baby Bops classes for younger students birth to age five.

Students who seem to love music but are still on the young side, we invite them to enroll in our Kidz Rock Band. This class is a great indicator of whether or not a child is ready for private study!

We absolutely believe the connection is the most important aspect of studying music! After all, music is EMOTION. It’s hard to be free when there is no connection between student and instructor.

Should there be a lack of connection, our first approach is to try and resolve through understanding the needs of the student and how we can better serve them. If no resolution is reached, we will pair the student with another instructor if one is available.