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On Q Piano

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Lesson fees 2018 - 2019

Wunderkeys for preschoolers 

$15/lesson


Accelerated piano lab (60 minute lessons at accelerated pace)

$22/lesson for weekly payment option OR

discounted $200 for 10 week payment option


Pianoforte 30 (30 minute private lesson that includes music theory lab on either iPad or computer)

**Homeschoolers and adults that schedule lessons before 2:00 on weekdays enjoy a discount not reflected here...please contact me for more details.**

$22/lesson for weekly payment option OR

discounted $200 for 10 week payment option


Pianoforte 45  (45 minute private lesson that includes music theory lab on either iPad or computer)

**Homeschoolers and adults that schedule lessons before 2:00 on weekdays enjoy a discount not reflected here...please contact me for more details.**

$30/lesson for weekly payment option OR

discounted $270 for 10 week payment option


 

Skype Instruction 30  (30 minute private lesson conducted weekly via Skype with Mrs. Q



The classes listed in this column are only offered during the summer or school vacation weeks - discount is given to current On Q Piano students

STEAM Class 

1 student: $25/class


Music Theory I 

$15/class


Music History: from Handel to Gershwin 

$15/class

Payment

Payment is due on the day of the lesson each week.  I accept cash, check or credit card payments via the Square Cash app.  You can pay your invoice directly at http://cash.me/$piano  (Square Cash).

Books and Materials

Parents are asked to purchase the books the student(s) will be using for lessons.  I receive a discount on the materials and pass that on to the parents.  There are other supplementary books available to borrow from my lending library for all levels to enrich the student's learning experience, build confidence, improve technique, and make learning more fun which I will recommend but you are not required to purchase them.

We also have a FREE box filled with music that you are welcome to look through.

Supervision/sit-ins during lessons

I prefer a parent staying for the lesson.  This gives the parent the opportunity to clearly see how their child is progressing and where they may need improvement.  I do ask that if a parent stays that he/she respect the time we have for a lesson though.  I'm more than happy to talk and answer any questions or concerns after the lesson is over.  If we cannot talk after the lesson, you're welcome to call or email me as well.

Termination

Teaching is such a rewarding career and something that I truly have passion for.  Unfortunately (and very rarely) I will have to dismiss a student if any of the following occurs on a regular basis:

  • Uncooperative attitude
  • Disrespect in any form
  • Lack of progress due to insufficient practice and/or failure to complete theory assignments
  • Poor attendance

 

I do my best to work with the parent and student to fix the situation before dismissal.  I firmly believe that lessons are not beneficial to any party if any of the above occurs regularly.