Virtual Lesson Pricing
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FAMILY BUSINESS AND DEDICATED TEACHERS BY KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE IN YOUR HOME!
30 MINUTES (10 VIRTUAL LESSONS)
45 MINUTES (10 VIRTUAL LESSONS)
60 MINUTES (10 VIRTUAL LESSONS)
AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE
Lessons will be billed in 10-week cycles.
Payment must be made at the beginning of each cycle for each of the following instruments:
Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Voice, Flute, and Guitar
If interested, click the "contact" button. It will direct you to our email system where you will be asked to provide your or guardian name, phone, age of student, instrument preference, and the best time to reach you.
Also, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information regarding lessons!
YOU'VE GOT QUESTIONS. WE'VE GOT ANSWERS.
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW MUCH ARE PRIVATE LESSONS?
Lessons will be billed in 10-week cycles, and payment will be made at the beginning of each cycle.
Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Voice, Flute, and Guitar:
45 min: 450.00*
60 min: 600.00*
New students can enroll at any time. Students must be registered (payment received) to reserve a specific lesson time.
*Tuition does not include books, rentals, or supplies.
WHAT IF I MISS A LESSON?
Please call your teacher at least 48 hours in advance if you will miss a lesson. This
is the only way reimbursed will be issued unless there is an emergency illness, death in the
family, or inclement weather. In those cases should arise, please call your teacher 24 hours in
advance of the scheduled lesson in order to schedule a make-up lesson at a different
If the instructor cancels a lesson, a make-up lesson will be given. Lesson credit is not awarded if the student forgot to
come to the lesson, had too much homework, did not practice, arrived late, etc. This policy is for the courtesy of our teachers. We appreciate your understanding of their time and schedule.
Additional make-up lessons may be arranged at the discretion of the private instructor.
WHAT IF I'M TARDY OR FORGET ABOUT MY LESSON?
In case of tardiness, forgotten lesson, or not having enough time to practice, lesson
payment will not be reimbursed. Musical development and success is contingent on a
commitment to practice daily and progress in lessons.
WHEN IS PAYMENT DUE? CAN I GET A REFUND?
Full payment must be made on the 10th week of lessons. It is the responsibility of the student to keep record of their lessons; however, if you need a reminder, please fell free to ask at any time!
Full payment must be made before a request for refund will be considered if you sign up
for full semester.
WHAT IF I NEED TO RESCHEDULE A LESSON?
Things come up, we understand. However, because of educator's tight schedules and other students, it is your responsibility to call your teacher ahead (48 hour minimum) of time and arrange to come in at a different time or day. Always notify your instructor know of an upcoming conflict. It may be possible to trade lesson times with another student. This is also a courtesy to the teacher.
I'VE ENROLLED. NOW WHAT?
Lessons are held at Solo Classic, 476 W. Half Day Road, and Buffalo Grove. Attendance at your first lesson automatically results in compliancy with our payment and absence policy.
It is beneficial to arrive a few minutes early to allow students to feel relaxed and ready.
Bring a notebook. Your instructor will be writing down assignments and notes essential to your practice at home.
Bring any and all materials you have from previous instructors. Although you may not use them during your lesson, it will give your instructor perspective into your skill set. If you do not have any materials, your instructor will provide you with books for purchase available in-store!
Bring your instrument piano/voice lessons excluded), rental instruments are available in-store, please call or ask front desk for further details.
CAN PARENTS SIT IN ON THE LESSONS?
Yes. Children can benefit from having a parent nearby during practice sessions (to give praise
and suggestions--with love, of course).
We care about our students, so please feel free to discuss any aspect of a student’s
development, even those that are unrelated to music, with your private instructor or front