Tamara is currently accepting motivated student and parent teams for piano instruction. She has seventeen years of piano teaching experience and a college degree in music that she uses to propel her students into the world of music. If you want to help your child progress in their piano experience, please read Tamara's policy below and sign your student up today!
Making music requires a lot of work, but there is a great thrill when a student performs, inspires, and uplifts others.
Success for your child will depend largely upon your involvement as a parent. Help your child daily with their practice at home by doing the following:
1. Remind students to practice
2. Work out a daily practice schedule that blends with the routine at home.
3. Help students work out an alternate schedule for practice when conflicts arise.
4. Create a quiet atmosphere conductive to practicing.
5. Cheer the students’ effort and praise their accomplishments.
In order to complete assignments and continue improving, students need to practice daily and record their practice time on their practice chart.
Lessons are 45 minutes each week. Please attend on time and bring all of your books. It is important to let me know ahead of time if you will be missing a lesson so arrangements can be made for a make-up lesson. You will be charged for all “no shows.”
Master Class is a group lesson with all my students and allows an opportunity for students to perform for each other in an informal setting as well as developing music skills through games. Please encourage your student(s) to attend. Master Class will be once a month during the summer and once every other month during the school year. If you are unable to attend the upcoming class or future classes, please let me know ahead of time!
$25 each week for 45 minute lessons. Tuition is due the first lesson of the month.
Spiral notebook: to keep track of assignments
Books: In addition to lesson books, I encourage students to pick out songs they would like to play to be worked on at lessons and on their own.
If you have any questions or concerns, please comment on this post.
Tamara W. Jones