For current rates, see our
Lessons home page. No taxes. No registration fee.
Full hours lessons can be arranged for intermediate and advanced students.
We bill at the end of the month for lessons taken during that
month. You may pay by debit or credit card. For your
convenience, we can keep your credit card on file and
automatically process your monthly payment.
When you sign up for lessons, you are reserving the teacher’s time.
Please understand that our cancellation policy is in place to ensure
that your instructor can maintain a consistent schedule.
require 48 HOURS NOTICE to cancel for ANY reason.
Failure to notify
us within 48 hours is a late cancellation, and you are expected to pay
for the lesson.
There are no in-store lessons
on New Year’s (Jan 1), Family Day (Feb), Good Friday and Easter Sunday
(Apr), Victoria Day (May), Canada Day (July 1), Simcoe Day (Aug),
Labour Day (Sep), Thanksgiving (Oct), Christmas (Dec 24-26).
We respect major religious holidays. If you observe religious holidays resulting in a
missed lesson, please inform us when signing up for lessons.
If you decide to
terminate lessons, we require one week’s
If your teacher is unable to attend
a lesson, one of our qualified instructors will substitute.
Attendance is crucial
to learn to play an instrument successfully. Commit to your weekly
Bring your own
instrument to the lesson (except for keyboard and drums).
Bring your method book(s) and dictation book.
Arrive at your lesson on time. Students who
arrive late do not receive the benefits of an entire lesson.
Do NOT eat, drink, or chew gum in the
in-store lesson waiting room or studios.
Have fun making music.
Keep a positive attitude.
Practice daily! Eventually, you will no longer feel like you are
"practicing" -- you'll be playing because you love it!
The parent’s attitude and involvement are vital to a child’s success
Your child must practise without interruption and attend lessons
Good habits encourage success, and well-placed praise helps them continue.
Children learn valuable
lessons in perseverance, self-discipline, and time management. If your child encounters
difficulties learning or practicing, please let your instructor know. Communication is
essential, and the instructors are committed to helping their students and parents.
Encourage your child to participate in music classes, choir,
band, or orchestra at school. These are
for them to sharpen their musical skills and learn teamwork.
Expose your child to a variety of musical experiences. Listen to music together
at home, attend concerts, music festivals, and participate in community music events.
- Provide your child with regular opportunities to play music with and for family
and friends in a relaxed setting.
Thank you for visiting Allegro Music School!