do I contact Melody Line Studio?
is Melody Line Studio located?
do I schedule a lesson? What ages do you teach?
happens in a Private Lesson?
Piano Students: A typical piano lesson will start with exercises to stretch and warm up your fingers. Each exercise is specifically chosen to nurture healthy playing technique and reinforce good playing habits. Next we will review any music you played the week before focusing on areas of need. Finally, we will add new songs or sections of songs as you progress. Performance skills, music theory, music reading/literacy will be learned as well as note and musical notation recognition through your playing. Please do not worry if you do not know how to read music or do not have the sheet music or any songs in mind. Your teacher has an extensive musical library or knows where to find music. You will be given lots of resources at your lessons.
What should I bring to my lesson?
Voice Students: It is helpful to record your lesson. You can practice with the recording during the week, keep track of your progress, or both. Please also bring your music. Try to bring copies of the sheet music for the songs you want to sing. Some students like to keep their music in a folder. This is a personal preference. Please also bring WATER to keep yourself well hydrated.
Piano Students: Please bring your piano book(s), sheet music, scales, and small notebook to record your lesson assignments from week to week.How often should I take Private Lessons?
Lessons are offered on a weekly or bi-weekly (every other week) basis. Students who take weekly lessons tend to progress faster. The amount of time (one hour, 45 minutes or half hour) will vary for your level and interest. Most students take at least 45 minute lesson. This is a personal choice. At your first lesson, we will discuss your goals and figure out what will best suit your needs.
Do I have to be able to read music?
What is the cancellation policy?
do you mean by "Performance Opportunities"?
Melody Line Studio is currently offering private voice lessons, beginning piano lessons, acting lessons, audition preparation, music theory, and how to read music to: children, teens, adults, and senior citizens. A wide variety of classes including: improvizational theater games, play production, creative music, music appreciation, music theory, beginning, intermediate and advanced voice and performance classes as well as Master Classes.
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