The Community Music Program offers music instruction in a nurturing environment of excellence and creativity.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS
We offer private lessons to children and adults alike in piano, guitar, voice, all orchestral instruments, as well as jazz techniques at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. Personalized learning environments are tailored for each individual student.
Tuition for 8 lessons of 30 minutes each.
$200 - regular instructors. $320 - college faculty instructors
Community Music Program private lessons are taught on a weekly basis at VanderCook College of Music on the Illinois Institute of Technology Campus. Instruction will be provided by upper division and graduate music majors who study at VanderCook College of Music. Instructors are recommended by the applied faculty and are appointed to teach in the Community Music Program.
Scheduling of lessons is arranged directly between the instructor and pupil. Instructors will contact students by phone to schedule their lesson time.
Your instructor will call you to introduce him/herself, and welcome you to the VanderCook College of Music Community Music Program and ask a few questions about your past experience and your expectations.
Once you have booked your lessons the next step is to sign the student agreement. The student agreement is a standard service agreement that describes lesson policies. Signing of the agreement ensures that all new students understand our business policies and procedures as they are documented.
All lessons are paid for in advance. All payments must be made by the 25th of the month preceding the next month/quarter. For example, a monthly student will pay for June’s lessons on May 25.
Lesson payments can be made via major credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) or check.
The Community Music Program does not provide instructional materials, music or instruments. Community Music Program students should seek the advice of their instructor before purchasing any materials or music.
VanderCook College Music Faculy and Staff
To register for Community Music Program courses and ensembles, call (312) 225-6288.
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