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Each teacher sets their own rates, ranging between $105 and $115 per month (four thirty minute private lessons). Months with five weeks are prorated and added to regular tution payment.
Checks can be made payable to the music instructor. Tuition is due the last week of the month, paying for the upcoming month in advance.
Annual fees ($40 per household) are collected when you enroll and every year at the first of January. You may use credit card, cash or check made payable to The Music Academy Asheville for annual fees.
The first step is to decide on an instructor. Calling or emailing the school is an easy and efficient way to get help in narrowing down your field of choices. Once an instructor is decided upon, that person will get in contact with you to answer further questions and to schedule a lesson time.
Although sometimes music teachers are decided upon based solely on their schedule and availability, you should consider what characteristics in a teacher are best suited for the student. Sometimes students respond to a particular gender better than the other or perhaps they need a very structured environment. Office personnel will ask you these questions and more to help narrow the field of instructors. You will also be asked if the student is interested in a particular style of music or if he/she is wanting to learn a particular technique.
Absolutely! We recommend half hour music lessons, once a week for beginners. Those with more experience will probably desire longer or more frequent lessons. Ask your teacher.
Checks for tuition (each month) will be made out to the music instructor. Checks for the annual fee should be made out to The Music Academy Asheville.
Absolutely, summer is a great time for music lessons. We will gladly work around your vacation and camp schedules. Also, ask about our Rock Academy Summer Camp! It’s a great experience for young musicians.
Yes, call or email the office for a time to get a gift certificate. They are available in any amount for any music instructor.
It depends on the instrument. We can start on piano at 3 1/2 years old, violin/viola at 4, cello at 5, guitar at 6, drums at 7 and voice at 8. Most of the band instruments we can start at age 9 or 10. If you do not see your instrument listed here, please contact the office (828-252-1888).