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San Marcos Music Academy

565 North Arizona Avenue

Chandler, AZ 85225


(480) 292-7955

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565 North Arizona Avenue

Chandler, AZ 85225

(480) 292-7955

info@sanmarcosmusicacademy.com

Your Private Music Lessons

Lesson Policies

Lesson Pricing

RATES: $25.00 per half-hour, $50.00 per hour


Tuition is based on the number of weeks in the month:

     Half-hour lessons: 4-week month is $96.00, 5-week month is $120.00

     Hour lessons: 4-week month $192.00, 5-week month is $240.00

     

Acceptable methods of payment: Cash, check or other methods specified by the teacher


Full payment for an entire month's lessons is due on the first lesson of the month. Payment for lessons are to made directly to the student’s teacher. A late charge of $10.00 will be added to the monthly lesson charge if full payment for the month is not paid by the end of the second scheduled lesson.


All lessons are on an individual basis. We do not currently offer group lessons; however, we periodically offer clinics and master classes.

CANCELLATION:

Cancellation of a lesson must be made 24 hours in advance of the student’s scheduled lesson. Cancellations may be communicated by calling or texting your teacher’s cell phone.


MAKE-UP LESSONS:

Students are allowed one make-up lesson per month for an advance notice cancellation. No credits will be issued towards the next month's lesson.

No matter what your age, ability or musical taste, your enthusiasm for music will flourish at San Marcos Music Academy. Our instructors not only teach the rudimental techniques, theory and repertoire for your instrument, they also teach key practice techniques to make the most of your practice time at home — the key to a successful outcome.

Did You Know?

Studies are showing that musical training can have a profound and lasting impact on the brain, creating additional neural connections in childhood that can last a lifetime and help compensate for cognitive declines later in life. Those many hours spent learning and practicing specific types of motor control and coordination (each finger on each hand doing something different, and for wind and brass instruments, also using your mouth and breathing), along with the music­-reading and listening skills that go into playing an instrument in youth, are all factors contributing to the brain boost that shows up later in life. (National Geographic, Jan. 3, 2014)