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Our accordion lessons are as fun as they are instructional. Accordion students learn through our special in house method or from many of the other method books provided at our studio. Accordion lessons have students learning many different techniques, genres, and styles that makes learning fun. Accordion is a great instrument to start learning music on as well as a great supplemental instrument for those who playing piano. Accordionist have many performance opportunities from our many recitals, music festival, folk ensemble, and even our rock bands! We have rental options available for $25 per month.

What's Included in Lesson Tuition?

Weekly Theory Classes
Monthly Classes, Duets and Ensembles
$30 a month Rock Bands

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  • Practice Tips
    Learning to sing or play an instrument is a lot of fun, but it's also a discipline. This means that as your child learns new concepts and develops their inherent abilities, a commitment is necessary to progress. If you've been with Let's Play Music a while, you've no doubt heard your teacher say that investing 15 to 20 minutes a day, 5 or 6 days a week is better than hour of sporadic practice. This is because long term memory and skill development advance with consistent effort
    Practice space should be located where family activity occurs. It helps if you're within ear-shot of your child as she practices only to give encouragement, but also because this prevents the child from feeling isolated. If your piano is in the basement, consider this a good time to fold that basket of laundry while she does her scales.
    Make a routine out of practice time. Families who are most successful with practicing are those who choose a practice time and stick with it. Many parents find that 15 or 20 minutes before their child gets on the bus works great, others like the after dinner time. We have found this to be true also. If we're all over the place with enforcing practice, we're likely to encounter a lot of resistance.
    Have fun with music! Make a game out of it. Little ones like to play teacher and have their parents learn under their direction. This can really fuel interest. Hold regular family concerts; invite grandparents and other extended family or friends over for an evening of music with your child as the featured act. Serve some refreshments and enjoy! Their music shouldn't exist in a vacuum; it should expand beyond the weekly lesson and the practice regimen. The more opportunity for genuine appreciation students have, the more successful they'll be on their journey.
    Please come in to the studio to talk to your teacher at the end of each lesson. Communication with your teacher is essential for success. There are so many things to learn in music! Letting your teacher know what you want to study or if you would like to try other instruments, techniques, songwriting, computer music, or sound recording. Work with your teacher to set goals. Also, a supportive environment for your musical endeavors at home works wonders!
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