I offer piano lessons at my in-home studio in downtown Noblesville, Indiana.
I teach preschool age through adult lessons in both solo and buddy format.
Tuition

Tuition can be paid monthly, quarterly, semesterly, or annually.

Solo Lessons
$135 / month  •  weekly 45 minute lessons  •  39 lessons / year
*** $95 / month  •  weekly 30 minute lessons  •  39 lessons / year

Buddy Lessons
$170 / month  •  weekly 60 minute lesson  •  39 lessons / year
(45 minutes one-on-one + 15 minutes buddy time)
$120 / month  •  weekly 45 minute lesson  •  39 lessons / year
(30 minutes one-on-one + 15 minutes buddy time)

• Sibling discount available!
• Creative package options available for adults and special circumstances, please inquire.

*** 30 minute solo lessons are only recommended for adults, preschoolers,
and beginners in unit one of their study. Upon entering unit two,
beginners move to 45 minute lessons. ***
What does my tuition include?

• Student's weekly lesson time slot
• All books and music needed for lesson and practice
• Access to lending library of manipulative theory materials and games
• Home access to Piano Maestro App
• Insurances, licenses, and professional studio expenses
Do you offer make-up lessons?

Yes!

I offer several flex week opportunities throughout the year for proactive and retroactive absences. If make-up lessons are needed outside of those weeks, I am happy to work with you to find an open time during my scheduled teaching hours.
What do we need to get started?

• A piano or keyboard for home practice. I would love for everyone to have an 88 weighted key acoustic piano or keyboard. I also know that might not be practical for beginner students "testing the waters" of the world of piano. Many of my beginner students start out with something smaller and/or borrowed and upgrade as their skills develop. I am happy to help with recommendations.

• A willingness to learn and an excitement to create. We will have fun together!
How much practice is necessary?

This depends on the level and age of the student, and how fast they want to progress. The most important thing is that practice happens (almost) every day and that weekly assignments are completed. That said, here is a rough suggestion.
• Young students and beginners: 10-20 minutes a day
• Elementary students: 20-30 minutes a day
• Intermediate students: 30-45 minutes a day
• Advanced students: 45-60 minutes a day
Another handy guideline is that students should practice for three times their age. So a 5 year old would practice for 15 minutes and a 10 year old would practice for 30 minutes a day.
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