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Frequently Asked Questions About Piano Lessons
Do I need to own a piano or keyboard before starting piano lessons?

You must have your own instrument so you can practice at home. You might want to wait and buy your instrument (if you haven’t already) when you meet your piano teacher so she can offer guidance in the selection of that instrument.

How do I obtain my child's lesson books?

The books will be provided to you by your teacher. You will be billed for that separately at a special discount rate. That way, you don't have to worry about going to the store and wondering if you've purchased the correct book.

How do I pay for lessons?

Tuition is made payable by cash or check only.

When is the tuition due and what if I miss a payment?

Monthly tuition is due by the 1st lesson of every month.Monthly invoice reminders will be sent via e-mail.

If your payment is late,you will be charged an additional fee of $15

As a parent, do I need to accompany my child to their lesson, or can I just drop them off and pick them up?
I require a parent to accompany their child to piano lessons between the ages of 4-6.
After the age of 6, a parent's attendance at lessons is not required. If a parent or guardian is not able to attend lessons on a regular basis, I recommend that they sit down with the student at least once a week to see that all assignments are practiced and to offer support.
What if I can't make it to a scheduled lesson? Do you have make-up lessons?

If a student must cancel a lesson, they have to give the teacher a 24-hour notice. Then, a make-up lesson will be scheduled per teacher's availability. If they fail to schedule or attend the make-up lesson, then they will still be charged for it. 

My son is 4 years old, is he too young to begin piano lessons?

There is no exact age for a child to start taking formal music lessons. As a parent, it is your role to determine if your child is ready based on your observations. If you are not sure, the teacher can determine whether or not the child is ready.

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