Frequently Asked Questions
What Age Can My Child Start Piano?
We recommend 6.5 years for starting piano lessons. It varies a little from child to child of course, but this is a good guideline. For children 4.5 to 7 we have a wonderful pre-instrument program called "Kindermusik for the Young Child" which gives them a solid grounding in musical terminology and introduces them to three families of instruments, providing them a glockenspiel, a dulcimer and a recorder over the course of the 2 year (4 semester) program. Our experience with Young Child Graduates in our group and private lessons has demonstrated to us just how valuable it is - they get an enormous boost in progress when they start instrument study.
We will generally follow Wake County School inclement weather closure policy. If Wake County Schools are closed, we are closed for the morning classes, but we will try to run afternoon and evening classes. If Wake County Schools are delayed, we will operate a normal schedule. Please check the website or call the studio and listen to the message.
Can I make Up Classes & Lessons?
Yes. However, in order to maintain small class sizes and provide a consistent, optimal learning environment we regret that we cannot always accommodate make-ups in regularly scheduled classes. While not every class can be made up, should you miss a class or a lesson, you may either call the office to schedule a make up (space permitting).