Frequently asked questions about music lessons at Washington Academy of Music
"WHAT INSTRUMENTS DO YOU TEACH?"
We offer lessons for Guitar, Electric Bass, Voice, Piano and Strings (Violin and Cello)
"WHAT IS TAUGHT IN YOUR MUSIC LESSONS?"
Each of our programs follow structured curriculums designed to develop skill, technique, knowledge and musical literacy enabling students to produce musical excellence at every grade level. Students will study instrumental technique, learn to read standard music notation, study a repertoire of seminal works written for their chosen instrument and genre as well as study music theory and ear training.
"WHAT STYLES OF MUSIC DO YOU TEACH?"
We teach a wide variety of the most popular styles from the most demanding classical and jazz music through rock, blues and country.
"WHAT ARE YOUR TEACHERS' QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE LEVELS?"
Our teaching artists have studied at prestigious institutions such as: The U.S. Navy School of Music, University of North Texas (North Texas State), Excelsior College, The University of Texas, Catholic University of America, D.C., University of Washington and Western Washington University. Their professional experience includes performances around the globe, and involvement with music production, recording, composing, scoring and recording projects for the film and recording industry.
"WHAT TIMES ARE AVAILABLE FOR LESSONS?"
Monday through Thursday - 1PM until 7PM
Fridays - 1PM until 6PM
Saturdays - 10AM until 1PM
"HOW MUCH DO LESSONS COST?"
Tuition prices* are $99/month for students in the "Young Beginners Program." Base Tuition starts at $124/month and increases on a graduated scale as students pass exams and graduate to the next grade level.
*Tuition quoted is for 30 minute lessons, once each week.