- Lessons last for 45 minutes and cost £30.00.
- Lessons for juniors last 30 minutes and cost £20.00.
Fixed Payment Plans:
- Regular students generally pay a fixed monthly payment of £60.00.
- This covers either two 45 minute lessons per month (24 lessons a year) or three 30 minute lessons (younger beginners – 36 lessons a year).
- Some students prefer to pay extra for three 45 minute lessons.
Students who sign up for weekly lessons are allocated a regular weekly timetable slot. Regular weekly lessons are suitable for:
- Younger beginners
- Students working towards ABRSM Grade examinations
- Students working towards music college entrance
- Students who wish to include regular written theory work
- Students who value a high level input on a frequent basis
Students who sign up for fortnightly lessons are allocated a semi-regular timetable slot (alternating with another student). Preferred weeks cannot be guaranteed, and flexibility is essential. Fortnightly lessons are suitable for:
- Students who value regular input, but not every week
- Students who are well motivated and have an effective practice routine
- Students who are learning purely for pleasure
- Adult students juggling a busy lifestyle
The occasional consultation lesson can provide a high impact boost when required, and are suitable for:
- Players looking for professional advice on an ad-hoc basis
- Semi-professionals seeking occasional input and advice
- Teachers looking for advice and mentorship
- Musicians working for a specific goal who need particular guidance
Andrew also offers consultations via Skype as a substitute for students who are unable to come for regular lessons at his studio. Skype lessons are suitable when:
- Students are unable to attend a regular lesson
- Students are unwell, but able to learn from home
- Students have transport difficulties, e.g. during adverse weather
Lessons via skype are not as high impact as personal tuition provided at the studio, but in some cases they provide the best alternative.
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Andrew Eales is an elected member of The Incorporated Society of Musicians, Britain’s leading professional association for musicians and teachers.