Questions & answers
If you’re interested in private music tuition for yourself or your child/children, you may have some questions before giving us a call. Take a read below, or phone us to have a chat and find out more!
My child has a learning difficulty. Are lessons suitable?
Absolutely! As our music lessons are individual, we cater each lesson to every individual and their specific needs and goals.
It is important parents disclose as much information as possible during the enrolment process, as this helps our staff to fully prepare for lessons.
Our staff have an abundance of experience working with different special needs students and always continue to research the best teaching methods to make sure each student fully understands the content, whilst having fun at the same time.
Do I need to buy an instrument straightaway?
Not necessarily. When learning a new instrument, it is sometimes best to hire that instrument for the first few months. This way, you (or your child) can ensure that this really is the preferred instrument, that you/your child enjoy playing and learning it and that you want to continue with it. Then you can look into purchasing your own instrument. Let us know if you are interested in hiring or purchasing an instrument as we can organise this for you or give you advice and tips.
My child’s never had music lessons before, will they cope?
As the lessons are only 30 minutes in duration, most children can cope very well. Having one-on-one attention helps a great deal. As students will be fully engaged with the fun learning environment, most children won’t see it as daunting or lengthy, just another fun activity in their week.
Am I too old to pick up an instrument?
No-one is too old to enjoy music! We will help you find enjoyment from learning (or picking back up) your instrument of choice and help you progress at a speed that works for you.