Unleashing your creative spirit through music education happens year-round, and we always accept new students.
Tuition is based on an average of 47 weeks per calendar year. The monthly tuition is calculated as your annual tuition divided into 12 equal payments.
All closures have been accounted for. Tuition is auto-debited on the 1st of each month with the card on file. Any unsuccessful payments incur a $25.00 late fee.
Private lessons are scheduled on the same day and at the same time each week. While there are no regularly scheduled private lessons on 5th Mondays, 5th Tuesdays, 5th Wednesdays, 5th Thursdays, 5th Fridays, and 5th Saturdays. These days are reserved for any necessary make-up lessons.
The tuition cost is $144.00 per month for 30 minutes each week and $288.00 per month for 60 minutes each week.
All musicians are eligible for unlimited make-up lessons at no extra charge.
Group classes vary in type and cost. Available classes will be live on our website during the enrollment period. Please contact the front desk with any additional questions.
Musicians now have the option to receive instruction without a commitment to weekly lessons.
With a simple request, a thirty-minute or one-hour instruction time can be scheduled within an instructor’s availability.
During a Pay-Per-Lesson, the musician can work on any passage or piece of music they wish. Our instructors will utilize that time to be introduced to the music, help to interpret, or even work to ensure the piece is performance-ready.
Pay-per-lessons are $65.00 (In-Studio) or $75.00 (Virtual) per occurrence for one 30-minute lesson or $85.00 (In-Studio) per occurrence or $95.00 if taken virtually for one 60-minute lesson.
We are excited to bring a new flavor to our community with Summer Music Camps. Each year, we offer camps to keep our young musicians engaged in learning.
Please visit the Summer Camp section of our website for a complete list and description of what is offered and at which locations.
Student tuition covers preparation and instruction time offered by the instructor. This includes the selection and purchasing of select repertoire, the development of the tailored curriculum, researching best practices for individual learning styles, the instructor’s training and experience, supplemental materials at the Conservatory such as tuners and metronomes, registration fees for competitions, and memberships to organizations which will ultimately catapult the student to new levels of performance.
Additionally, students are afforded amenities in the Conservatory to enhance their experience and excitement while learning music.