Private lesson fees are billed by semester or half-semester.
Group class and other class fees are billed in full per semester.
A recital fee of $35 per year is payable at the beginning of the fall semester or upon enrolling in private lessons.
Arrive 5 minutes before the lesson so that you can unpack, check your bow is rosined and warm-up
Practice for a minimum of 5 days a week and meet goals set by the teacher
Bring your instrument and practice materials to each lesson
Take notes in the lesson to help with your practice at home
Scheduling, Re-scheduling, and Cancellations
Lessons are scheduled at a regular weekly day and time agreed between the student and Songbird Rising.
If you cannot make your scheduled lesson time and would like a chance to reschedule, please give as much notice as possible. If notice is given less than 48 hours in advance, rescheduling will not be possible.
If Songbird Rising cancels a lesson, a makeup lesson will be offered at a time convenient to everyone involved.
Makeup lessons are not guaranteed.
There are NO refunds for ‘no shows’ or lessons canceled by the student.
Subject to change depending on COVID. Details will be available later in the year.
If you know you are going to be late for your lesson, please send a quick text message to let your teacher know
Studio Recitals & Events
Each winter and spring, there are solo and group recitals.
Additional performance opportunities and events are spread throughout the year.
Photography Model Release
I authorize Songbird Rising Suzuki School to use any images that contain the likeness of myself for marketing, archiving, and any other lawful purpose online and in print.
Due to Covid-19 Songbird Rising may need to adapt to changing circumstances at short notice.
Zoom is used where appropriate for lessons, camps, and classes.
Songbird Rising Suzuki School reserves the right to change this policy at any time.