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  • Where are you located?
    Our studio is located in Ahwatukee and the cross streets are Chandler Blvd. and 42nd St.
  • How much do you charge?
    60 minute weekly lessons (private with lab time) is a flat rate of $140 a month billed on autopay the last day of each month.
  • How does the lab room work?
    Our lessons (ages 6+) are set up to have three students come every hour. One student in the private room and the other two in the lab room. The students rotate so everyone sees the teacher privately and spends time in the lab room. Our lab room has many different activities including games, worksheets, composition, improvisation, music listening, etc. Students are assigned what to do in the lab room and are invited to work independently or with their lab partner.
  • Can I drop off my child during the lesson, or do I have to stay?"
    You can actually do either one! But for most students I recommend dropping off to give the students more of a private experience.
  • How much should my child be practicing?
    I suggest beginning students ages 3-6 to practice at least 10 minutes daily. Beginning students aged 7 and older are to practice at least 15 minutes daily. More experienced students should practice at least 20 minutes daily. Of course, if the student is not progressing enough with that amount of practice I would suggest more practice than that. It also depends on the student as well.
  • Do we need to bring our piano books every lesson?
    Yes! We specifically use the student's books to write customized notes in there. Alexa writes in the points they earn and they put a sticker on their pages when they complete a piece/worksheet. Plus, they have a theory book with written work that she checks every week.
  • We have a keyboard at home. Will that work for practice?
    Of course! As long as the keyboard has weighted keys (meaning the keys have an added weight like a normal piano would so the child would not develop bad technique) and it can produce dynamics (pressing the key lighter produces a softer voice and pressing the key harder produces a louder voice). Most keyboards that have weighted keys usually can produce dynamics. You can check with Alexa to make sure your keyboard is weighted.
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