PLEASE CHECK MY WEBSITE OFTEN FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS.
email address: email@example.com
cell: 816-645-3769 PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN CELL PHONE NUMBER!
There will be 32 lessons offered during the school year (Sept-May) and 10 lessons offered during the summer (Jun-Aug). (More lessons may be given if the schedule allows.) Lesson payment is due the first lesson of each month. The fee for lessons is a monthly flat rate not to be thought of as a per lesson fee. The fee schedule will remain the same regardless of the number of weeks in a month. A $10 late fee will be added to any tuition received after the 10th of the month. There is a charge of $5 for each Playing Class.
CURRENT TUITION FEE
TUITION FEE starting September 2013
30 MINUTES- $90.00
MUSIC & AUDITION FEES
There is a $100.00 annual deposit fee. A record of all music purchased, Play Classes attended and auditions entered will be kept on file. Leftover money will be applied towards the next year.
2) practice timer
3) book bag
4) flash drive or phone recording device (brought to every lesson and Play Class)
5) a well-maintained instrument tuned and checked at least annually by a piano technician.
Students are expected to attend all lessons offered during the year. No refund or credit will be made for missed lessons. PLEASE SCHEDULE OTHER APPOINTMENTS AT A DIFFERENT TIME THAN THE PIANO LESSON. The teacher should be contacted at least 48 hours ahead of time if the student must miss.
*There will be an extra $5 charge for any lesson that needs to be rescheduled.
* Skype on-line lessons will be offered in the event of inclement weather (such as snowstorms) and in the case of UNAVOIDABLE scheduling conflicts.
Daily practice is necessary for steady progress and should have high priority in the family schedule. It is important that students reach their practice "goal" set for each week. Parents should show an interest in the student's practice, encourage them and praise work well done. Parents should also check to see that student records practice time and brings all materials to lesson.
Check your child's assignment book for communication from me as well as this website. I am pleased to work with your child. Music lessons are a wise investment into your child's overall education. Your child will find not only discipline and enhanced academic skills through music study but a lifelong source of enjoyment. You are to be congratulated as parents with vision!
To EXPOSE students to the world of music
To NURTURE their musical instincts and talents
Culminating in a LIFELONG LOVE of music and musicmaking
Following Guild, regular lessons will continue through May 17
State Applied Exams. May 22, Wednesday (dnstrs in Play Class room)(Students may warm up on the upstairs piano prior to auditions. Entrance to the exams will be through the front door.)
the front door)
Studio will be closed for Spring Vacation starting Monday, May 20-Wednesday, June 5
Summer Semester will be June-July-August
Summer Lessons will begin on Thursday, June 6
MMTA District Auditions-Sat-Sun, September 28-29
Please check your student's lesson planner for dates and times
*Please contact me immediately if you need to change your Play Class times. It is very important that each student attend each of their assigned classes.
May 20-June 5
INFORMATION ABOUT THE TEACHER
Margie Cameron-Jarrett has been teaching piano for over 35 years. She started her study at the piano at age 4. Her passion for music led her to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in piano performance and voice certification resulting in a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education at Missouri Western State University. She completed the Masters of Music degree in piano performance at the UMKC Conservatory of Music.
Ms. Jarrett maintains a studio at her home in Kansas City, MO. Previously she taught Group Piano lessons at MWSU, served as Piano Artist in Residence at Paseo Academy for the Fine Arts, taught Piano Pedagogy Classes at UMKC Conservatory of Music and Applied Piano and Voice at Penn Valley Community College.
Ms. Jarrett's students have received accolades in many prestigious competitions including KCMTA Fall Festival, MMTA State Honors, MTNA Young Artists, Mo State High School Activity Association, Truman State University Music Festival, MWSU Young Artists.
DIRECTIONS to MR NICHOLAS' house 3645 Central:
FROM THE NORTH- take 169 South, cross Broadway Bridge, take 35South, exit Broadway. Go south on Broadway, Left on 36th St, Right on Central (red house on the left). Parking in front on either side.
FROM THE SOUTH- (Brookside) Go North on Brookside Blvd (turns into Main). Take a Left on 36th St, Left on Central (red house on left). Parking in front on either side.
DIRECTIONS TO GUILD AUDITIONS, GASHLAND METHODIST CHURCH, 7715 NORTH OAK TRAFFICWAY
From the south :
Heading north, cross Broadway Bridge , right on 169 hwy, exit right on 68th St (it winds around), right on 72nd after the light, left on N Oak Trfwy.
Look for methodist church on right.