Styles: All contemporary styles
Skill Level: Beginner to intermediate
Suitability: Ages 5 to 100 years
Pricing: $30/half-hour (plus GST); $55/hour (plus GST)
Have fun while learning and REALLY progressing!
These lessons are designed to be fun while also teaching you the technique and theory you need to advance to the level you aspire to. You choose the style that you would like to play so that lessons are tailored to your tastes.
Price Music Tuition offers many opportunities for all students including:
* Annual Concert – all students are given the opportunity to put what they have learnt into practice in November, when Heather Price Music Tuition takes to the stage at “Spenser’s Live”. This gives all students a taste of performing, the chance to perform as part of a group/band, workshop and rehearsal time with experienced performers and tutors, an annual gig at a fully-professional venue.
* Band workshops – those students playing contemporary instruments that are usually played as part of a group (eg: guitar, bass, drums) are given the opportunity to take part in a “Band Jam Day” in July. These jam days give students a taste of working as a band and the chance to enjoy what their instrument is designed to do! In the past, these “Band Jam Days” have been very successful and have provided excellent motivation for the students involved.
*Exams – all students are given the opportunity to prepare for a practical and/or theory exam each year. All teachers are qualified to prepare students for classical or contemporary exams. We find these exams an excellent way to provide a thorough musical education, but we also understand that they are not for everyone. It is each students choice as to whether they would like to participate in these exams.
*Recording – at various times of the year, students are recorded within their lesson in order to keep a log of their progress and also as keepsake for the student. Recording is an excellent way of learning through hearing a students progress and where their playing could also improve.
These details were last updated on July 17, 2012