Frequently asked questions

Where will lessons take place?

Our teachers will teach you in the comfort of your own home or online via zoom or skype. Some of our teachers also offer lessons at their homes.

What days do you teach?

We teach 7 days a week to fit around your schedule.

Do I need my own instrument?

You will need an instrument before your first lesson however if you're not ready to buy an instrument you can rent one for as little as £20 a month. Please get in touch and we can help pick the right instrument for you.

How do I pay?

Our taster lessons require a one off payment payable by bank transfer. We take a non-refundable deposit for blocks of lessons you can then choose to pay the remainder of the lesson fee upfront or pay before each lesson, this is payable by bank transfer or cheque. If you'd like to discuss payment plans please get in touch.

Do I have to commit to a block lessons?

No, you can have a trial lesson before you decide if you'd like to commit to lessons.

Can I cancel a lesson?

Yes, as long as you give over 48 hours notice a lesson can be rearanged for free. If the cancelation is within 48 hours that lesson will be lost. If, for any reason, a teacher has to ask you to move a lesson they will give you as much notice as possible but no less than 48 hours notice.

Do you teach adults?

We teach all ages and abilities, we have the right teacher waiting for you!

Are the teachers qualified?

Yes, all of our teachers are conservatoire or music college graduates with extensive teaching experience. All teachers are fully DBS checked.

Do I have to learn classical music?

We belive that having an understanding of clasical music and a good techinque is important but we will always tailor lessons to the needs of the pupil. If you want to learn classical, jazz or pop music we have the right teachers for you.