Private Instruction

Private Lessons

Private Instruction Offerings

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  • Private Lessons—Traditional Instruction

    • Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass, Guitar
    • Winds & Brass: Flute & Piccolo, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Baritone & Euphonium, Tuba, Recorder, Saxophone
    • Keyboard: Piano, Organ, Harpsichord, Jazz Piano
    • Others: Harp, Voice

    *Lessons for traditional piano and string instruments begin at six years of age. Lessons for band instruments begin at seven years of age. Voice lessons are available to students beginning in middle school. Adult students of all ages regardless of musical experience are always welcome.
  • Private Lessons—Suzuki Instruction

    • Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Guitar, Recorder

    *Recommended age of students to begin Suzuki instruction is four to five years old; however, older students are accepted and younger students can be enrolled at the instructor’s discretion.
  • Suzuki Group Lessons

    Research in early childhood music shows that group instruction provides an enjoyable, stress-free environment of basic musical skills while also establishing a sense of group spirit and dynamics that increase motivation. Group lessons are a great addition to weekly private lessons. These classes meet once a month and are for all levels. Group lessons are also a great way for parents to support each other while also helping their children.

Terms + Fees

Private Lessons are offered for all three terms throughout the year—fall, spring, and summer. For the spring and fall terms, you have the choice to enroll for either the full term (17 weeks), A term (first nine weeks), or B term (last eight weeks). Group instruction, including Flute Choir, is offered in the fall and spring terms.

For the summer term, you have the choice to enroll for either four, six, or eight weeks of lessons that begin at the instructor's discrection.

Information for each term (start and end dates and fees) is posted to our website as soon as it's available—typically two months in advance.

Girls Preparatory School's Cadek Conservatory of Music