Here at Paige School of Music you will receive lessons individually tailored to meet your goals. Students are given the opportunity to participate in a wide range of musical experiences. Here are some examples of activities and projects we’ve completed:
Choose from the following instruments:
Piano Curriculum: Students follow the National Piano Guild syllabus. Students study classical literature, keyboard patterns such as scales and chords, technique, accompanying, and improvisation. Based on a student’s interest, training can lean more heavily towards classical music or towards blues, jazz and pop. Students also study an excellent sight-singing and ear-training program that gives them the tools to play by ear and compose music. I teach piano students beginning through early advanced levels.
Violin Curriculum: Students study a mix of both classical literature, fiddle music, and violin patterns such as scales and arpeggios. Based on a student’s interest, training can lean more heavily towards classical music or towards fiddle repertoire. Piano study is also incorporated into lessons as it is an excellent aid for the study of theory, ear-training and composition. I teach violin students beginning through intermediate levels. Students also have the opportunity to participate in a multi-level string group that meets approximately twice a month.
Tuition: Private lessons are taken once a week. Tuition is due at the first lesson of each month. There are approximately 36 lessons during the school year. Students continuing in the fall are required to schedule a minimum of 7 summer lessons. Payments are made in equal monthly installments.