Music Lessons

Music Lessons

Summer is the ideal time to take music lessons. Schedules are flexible and can be arranged around a student's vacation plans. Music lessons are one-on-one instruction based on the individual student's skill level and pace of study. Our instructors teach nearly every instrument and voice - whether you are a beginner with musical aspirations or if you have experience and want to advance your skills.

Individual instruction is unquestionably the best way to make significant progress in your musical skill and understanding. Study each week throughout the entire year and watch your ability – and your enjoyment – grow! Contact the FSPA office at 810.238.1350, EXT 3 to register for music lessons.

 


  • Accompaniment
  • Accordian
  • Baritone
  • Bass
  • Bassoon
  • Cello
  • Clarinet
  • Flute
  • French Horn
  • Guitar
  • Harp
  • Harpsichord
  • Jazz Improv
  • Music Composition
  • Music Theory
  • Oboe
  • Organ
  • Percussion
  • Piano (3 & up)
  • Saxophone
  • Songwriting
  • Trombone
  • Trumpet
  • Tuba
  • Violin
  • Viola
  • Voice


 

 

 


Music lessons may be started any time during the calendar year, tuition will be prorated based on start date.

Music Instruction (9-week term)
30-minute lessons $225.00
45-minute lessons $337.50
60-minute lessons $450.00

(Study on a weekly basis throughout the entire year is strongly encouraged for the proper development of musical skills.)

For information about our highly-trained professional faculty, visit Music Faculty.

 

 

Term 1: September 3 - November 2

Term 2: November 4 - January 25
Thanksgiving Recess: November 25 - 30
Winter Recess: December 19 - January 1
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day:
January 20, CLOSED

Term 3: January 27 - March 28
Spring Recess: March 30 - April 4

Term 4: April 6 - June 6
Memorial Day: May 25, CLOSED

Term 5: June 8 - September 5
July 3 & 4, CLOSED

OPPORTUNITIES FOR MUSIC LESSON STUDENTS

Honors Program

Concerto Competition
Would you like to be a soloist in concert with the Flint Youth Symphony Orchestra or Flint Youth Wind Ensemble? Advanced music lesson students (grades 9-12) may enter the biannual Concerto Competition. The next competition will take place in October, 2019.

Master Classes
Play for, or observe, some of the world's greatest artists up close. Violinist Ray Chen, pianist Di Wu and flutist Amy Porter are just some of the artists who will work with FSPA students in 2017-2018.