Beginning with the 2021 - 2022 school year, private lessons are $31 per 30-minute lesson, $46.50 per 45-minute lesson, and $62 per 60-minute lessons.
Suzuki private lessons are $36 per 30-minute lesson, $49.50 per 45-minute lesson, and $67 per 60-minute lesson. All Suzuki private lessons include Suzuki program group class activities as well.
For those taking voice lessons, there may be an additional accompanist fee as needed.
More information about The Music Settlement's response to COVID-19, as well as the re-opening policies and procedures for the Center for Music can be found here.
Unfortunately we do not offer a “pay as you go” option. Private lesson registrations are a commitment to the full school year (36 weeks), or whatever portion of the school year is left at the time of registration (with prorated tuition). A registration fee and down payment are required with remaining tuition billed monthly. Private lesson students may request a withdrawal during the school year by submitting 4 weeks written notice to the Enrollment & Customer Service office. The student will be charged for those 4 weeks of lessons once withdrawal is requested.
Students may also register for up to three trial lessons with a teacher before deciding to register for the remainder of the school year. This is a good way to make sure that the lessons are a good fit before committing.
Yes! We accept students of all ages, abilities, an interests in music. Our instructors have excellent experience working with students of all ages and skill levels, and work with the student to help them achieve their own musical goals.
We offer private instruction across a variety of instrumental styles from symphonic/orchestral/concert band instruments, to rock, pop, and folk-based instruments. You can see a full range of instruments on our Private Lessons page. If you don’t see the instrument you’d like to study on our list, email us at Music@TheMusicSettlement.org to discuss options.
Music instruction at The Music Settlement provides a basis for a lifetime of learning and musical enjoyment. Enrolling in private or group lessons, playing in an ensemble, or participating in a music history and literature course provides options for various levels of involvement. Music instruction is available Monday through Saturday with daytime and evening hours available.
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