Frequently Asked Questions
How do I sign up for private lessons?
Entrance into a voice studio begins with a vocal evaluation prior to your being assigned to a teacher. At that time, the voice faculty will carefully evaluate your skills and attainment an attempt to get you into the best studio for your needs.
Entrance into an instrumental studio begins with inquiry to the Music Department to determine the availability of an instructor. Contact Department Chair Norman Lowrey email@example.com
If I want to study for credit, what are the courses
Private lessons for credit functions under:
MUS 9 (elementary and intermediate voice lessons
MUS 125 (advanced, by permission of the Department)
What do lessons cost?
Private voice lessons are given on a weekly basis and cost $35 for a half hour lesson ($50 for 45 minutes). These fees are paid directly to the teacher and the fee for the semester is due generally within the first few weeks of the semester. This fee applies whether or not you are taking private lessons for credit.
Can I get help with the lesson fee?
The Music Department has a limited number of half scholarships available each year. These are awarded based on need with preference going (in order) to music majors/minors, to members of any vocal or instrumental ensemble and to those taking lessons for credit, and finally to those taking lessons for their own pleasure.