What instruments are taught?
Accordion, Bass Guitar, Cello, Clarinet, Drums, Flute, Recorder, Saxophone, Singing, Trumpet, Viola, Violin, Piano, Keyboard, Guitar.
How much are tuition fees?
Basic fees for an individual lesson are: $29.90 per half hour lesson, $44.85 per 45 minute lesson, or $59.80 per hour. There is a one off enrolment fee of $65 for students that have not learnt with us before. (Note Cello lessons are based on $30 per half-hour, $60 per hour)
Students in our great Forte School of Music Classes are invoiced in 10 week blocks based on $244 per term.
There are a variety of options to help meet individual requirements, our lesson fees depend upon which of our programmes you choose. Contact one of our helpful team and we can advise which of our programmes best meets your needs and the costs involved.
What are the courses fees?
Price as given per course.
What is the tuition length?
20 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes or 1 hour.
How can we be sure that our teacher is right for us?
All our teachers are trained. Should the student needs mean a change of teacher is appropriate, our management team will make sure that another teacher is more effectively matched to meet the needs of the student.
How do I enrol?
Call: 0800 89 39 39, or enquire now. Make sure you include you phone number.
What level of tuition - beginners or advanced?
We teach all levels, from beginner to advanced students.
Do I need my own instrument?
Yes. You should have an instrument at home to practice between lessons. Whilst we have pianos, keyboards and drums at the centres, students of other instruments will need to bring their instrument to each lesson.
Can I hire an instrument?
Yes. Our industry partners will assist. Please call: 0800 89 39 39
How do I pay?
We accept, credit card, cash, cheque eftpos or direct credit. All payment is invoiced in advance. Lesson fees not paid may attract a late fee of $15 per month outstanding
Can I have a refund if I change my mind?
Following the requirements of the Consumer Guarantees Act, a refund can only be given is the centre is unable to provide the service that has been booked and paid for. With this in mind, students should expect to complete all lessons that they have paid for. Alternatively students will be offered vouchers to the value of their overpayment so that they can use the lessons at some time in the future.
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