Summer Music Lessons at CSM
Introducing our super value summer rates for 2018. Buy 6 lessons and enjoy classes in any instrument from late June to August 31, 2018.
Further your musical studies, try a new instrument, prepare for an exam, or learn a new style of music.
In studio lesson summer 6 Pack $195
In home lesson summer 6 pack $210
*6 x 30 minute lessons, or 4 x 45 minute lessons, or 3 x 60 minute lessons. You may break up the 3 hour block in any way you choose.
Lessons take place at CSM on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00-8:00PM. (Mondays and Fridays may be available by request). Additional lessons can be purchased at a discounted rate.
Summer lessons are available in piano, voice, guitar, flute, cello, violin, drums or music theory.
Summer scheduling is flexible and convenient to accommodate holidays and outdoor activities. Call administration to select your dates or fill out our request form below or purchase your summer 6 pack and we'll contact you before June 20, 2018.
2018 Summer teaching roster:
Bailey Smith: Beginner piano and voice, in studio and in home.
Anna Mendham: Voice, in studio and in home.
Gringo Villarin: Piano, in studio and in home.
Dylan Cooney: Guitar, ukulele, in studio and in home.
Ryan Ronksley: Guitar, ukulele , in studio.
Chris McNevin: Drums, in studio and in home.
Edison Grove: Drums, in studio and in home.
Jennifer Frazer: Violin, cello, piano, in studio and in home.
Nathan Schmidt: Theory, in studio.
Rose Schmaltz: Flute, in studio and in home.
Kathleen van Mourik: Piano, in studio.
Lessons must take place from June 26-August 31, 2018.
No refunds or credits for summer lessons promotion.
Music theory, rudiments, harmony & history do not qualify for the discounted lesson program.
24 hour cancellations notice is required for missed lessons. Less than 24 hours notice will result in a forfeit of the lesson.
This promotion is non transferable to any other promotion, program or lesson.
Benefits of taking Summer Lessons:
1. Remain on top of your game! Studies show that even a small number of lessons during the summer months will ensure that students retain their skills and knowledge. Students who do not continue their musical studies in the summer spend up to two months in the fall reviewing previously learned material.
2. Advance quickly! With no school and homework, a student's rate of progress increases in the summer months, allowing for the development of new skills and enhanced artistry.
3. Get started! Summer is a great time for new students to begin. Students can gain comfort with their instruments, develop a relationship with their instructor, and build a strong musical foundation for enjoyment and success.
4. Self express through music! The summer offers a more relaxed environment where students are more free to be creative and expressive with their music. Students can experiment with trying a new instrument, a new instructor, or a new style of music!