A. Cash, check, money order, and electronic payments including but not limited to: Paypal, bank wire transfers, Square, Cash (app), Venmo (app), Facebook (payments), and ApplePay.
A. The length of lessons depends on the attention span of the student as well as ability. I suggest most students under the age of 8 take only a 30-minute or 45-minute lesson unless they are learning 2 different instruments within an hour lesson.
A. Every student should spend no less than 20 minutes each day practicing the assigned material. 30 minutes is highly recommended. No more than 45 minutes is recommended at one sitting. It is also recommended to break up practice times. Two 15-minute practice times per day, at least 5 days a week yields the best results. If possible, two or three 20-minutes, 30-minutes, or 40-minute practice sessions should be spread throughout the entire day with at least 2 hours in between each practice session.
A. Online lessons are offered to anyone who wants a make-up lesson or on a full-time basis (online only). 'Online' refers to a video call or lesson involving a digital interface between both teacher and student. This can be accomplished in many different ways including but not limited to FaceTime, Skype, FaceBook Messenger, Google Hangouts, WhatsApp, Google Duo, Wire, etc...
A. The instructor is responsible for being on time to every lesson. If the instructor is more than 15 minutes late to a lesson, the entire lesson cost will be refunded OR a free lesson will be offered at a later date.
A. If a lesson is canceled by the teacher with a 24 hour notice, a make-up lesson will be scheduled at a later date. However, if a lesson is canceled by the teacher on the day of the lesson, the entire lesson cost will be refunded OR a free lesson will be offered at a later date.
A. Unfortunately not. Group lessons are no offered or recommended. Many students learn at different levels and different paces. A one-on-one approach yields the best results.