Most students take weekly 30-minute lessons. Lessons are sold in packs of 4 for $150 ($37.50/lesson). Annual registration fee $40. 45-min lessons come out to $55/each, can only be purchased as part of a 4-pack. 60-min lessons come out to $70/each, can only be purchased as part of a 4-pack. A first-time one-time 30-minute lesson can be purchased for $40.
To sign up for Private lessons please send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) All private lessons are scheduled at a time that is mutually agreeable for the teacher and the student. Pay for lessons and classes here.
All New Students must fill out a Registration Form in its entirety and turn it in, before beginning lessons. You may also download, print out, and complete the form so that you have it in hand when you come in for your first lesson. Download the Registration Form HERE.
There are multiple performance opportunities throughout the year. There are school-wide in-house recitals, which feature a variety of types of students and instruments; there are also individual studio recitals (such as an all-string recital). Beacon Music Factory also hosts a monthly showcase the last Tuesday of each month—BMF Nite—taking place at Quinn's, beginning at 7PM the last Tuesday of each month. Taking advantage of such performance opportunities is highly encouraged for the development of any student musician at any stage of their development, but not mandatory.
For private classes: You must notify your instructor no less than 24 hours ahead if you need to cancel your class, otherwise you will be billed for that class. For group classes and boot camps: We require no less than 48 hours cancellation notice for us to provide credit for a future class, otherwise we are left with an empty spot and not enough time to refill it off the waiting list. We are sorry that we cannot issue monetary refunds for cancellations less than two weeks before a class begins.
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We strongly discourage new students from buying an instrument before having a consultation with their instructor. There are extreme variables in the quality of the student instruments that are sold in stores and online; as well as less scrupulous people selling items that they try to pass off as real instruments, but are in fact, just junk. PLEASE do not waste your money. In nearly every case, it is better to rent, as the quality of the instrument is always higher than the ones they are willing to sell, either at a deep discount or “as is”. The old adage applies “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”
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