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Private Lessons

Available via Zoom, In-Person or Hybrid

Private lessons introduce individual attention and allow for the growth of the learning process of an instrument, theory, and musicianship. Work with our teaching artists who come from all backgrounds including jazz, classical, hip hop/R&B, and pop. When you choose a private lesson, you’re not just choosing individual attention; you’re opting for a transformative experience designed exclusively for you.

Unparalleled Individual Attention

Private lessons offer an intimate setting where the instructor focuses on your unique strengths, challenges, and goals. This one-on-one setting eliminates distractions, allowing the teaching artist to provide real-time feedback. Every lesson becomes a powerful catalyst for growth, tailored to your pace and aspirations.

Deep Dive Into Techniques

Every instrument has its intricacies – the delicate bowing techniques of a violin, the nuanced finger placements of a guitar, or the breath control in a flute. In a private lesson, there’s ample opportunity to delve deep, refine, and perfect. It's a chance to dissect, understand, and master each technique, all under the watchful eye of an expert.

Build a Lifelong Relationship with Music

Beyond techniques and skills; private lessons cultivate a profound bond between the student and their instrument. This relationship is nurtured in an environment of trust, understanding, and passion. Over time, you won’t just play the instrument; you’ll communicate through it, expressing emotions and stories that words alone can’t capture.


30 minutes: $40

45 minutes: $50 

60 minutes: $60




Q: Who can take these lessons?

A: Individuals of all ages and skill levels can take private instrument lessons. Whether you are a beginner just starting or an advanced player looking to refine your skills, private lessons can cater to your needs.


Q: How long is each lesson?

A: Lesson durations can vary. Common durations are 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or an hour. The length often depends on the student's age, attention span, and level of proficiency.


Q: How often should I take lessons?

A: Most students opt for once-a-week lessons, but the frequency can be adjusted based on the student's goals, availability, and budget.


Q: Do I need to own the instrument?

A: It's beneficial to own the instrument for practice purposes. However, we can provide instruments for use.


Q: What if I need to cancel a lesson?

A: We require at least  4 hours' notice for emergency cancellations to be eligible for a make-up session. Always check the policy when signing up.


Q: How much do private lessons cost?

A: Lesson prices vary widely based on the instructor's experience, duration, and location. 


Q: Can I choose my teaching artist?

A: Yes, if you have a specific teaching artist in mind or want to change instructors, we will try to accommodate your preferences.


Q: How do I know my teaching artists’ qualifications?

A: Look for their formal musical education, professional playing experience, and positive testimonials or references. An initial trial lesson can also give you a sense of their teaching style and compatibility.

Instruments Available

  • ​Piano

  • Violin

  • Viola

  • Cello

  • Double Bass

  • Bass (Electric)

  • Guitar (Acoustic/Electric)

  • Ukulele

  • Voice

  • Flute 

  • Clarinet

  • Trumpet

  • Alto Saxophone

  • Drums

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