Private Music Instruction

Private Music Instruction

Ages All Ages
 
Campus Barnstable & Falmouth
 
Dates & Times On-Going
Tuition: Varies by Instructor

Private instruction is the core of music education and the core discipline of the Conservatory. Lessons are offered year-round for children and adults, from beginning through advanced levels in all major instruments and voice. Both Conservatory campuses are set in tranquil, wooded areas and our staff and faculty provide a welcoming, nurturing atmosphere. An expert faculty with a wide range of diverse talents and personalities ensures the best-suited student/teacher match. Recitals are held at the end of each semester, with community performance opportunities offered throughout the year.

Tuition varies by instructor. Average rates for fall and spring semesters:
30-minutes:  $729 / Semester  |  $1,458/ Academic Year
45-minutes:  $981 / Semester  |  $1,962 / Academic Year
60-minutes:  $1,251 / Semester  |  $2,502 / Academic Year

To start: Fill out the private lesson inquiry form or contact our registrars (Barnstable 508-362-2772 | Falmouth 508-540-0611 ). 
Payment plans and financial aid scholarships are available.

As part of the largest arts organization on Cape Cod, our students have the leading edge in private music education: 

  • An expert faculty of New England's best teaching artists
  • Community performance opportunities
  • Access to world-class performing artists and concerts
  • 50% off Cape Symphony individual ticket price for students ages 6-22
  • Discounts for families/multiple students
  • Multiple-class discounts
  • Merit scholarships
  • Financial aid
  • Monthly payment plans

Generally, private music lessons are offered Monday through Saturday at both Conservatory campuses.  The schedule varies for each teaching artist, so our registrars will work closely with you to determine a suitable day & time for your lessons. 

We schedule lessons by the semester, though you may begin at any time during the year. We will pro-rate lessons that begin after the start of a semester. 

Most lessons occur once per week for 30, 45, or 60 minutes. The teaching artist will help determine the length and frequency of your lesson. Most beginners start with 30-minute lessons and increase the time as their skills advance. 

 

Student Recitals: 
Sunday, November 17  |  1 PM  |  Both Campuses

Honors Recital (featuring merit scholarship winners):
Saturday, June 6  |  2 PM  |  Falmouth campus

 

 

Teaching Artist information is unavailable at this time

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