Areas of Instruction
Private instruction for Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet.
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Lessons on piano and string instruments can begin from the age of 4. For other instruments, please contact us.
Level of Ability
Anyone from the beginning level to the most advanced are welcome to come and join our musical family.
The content of each student’s lesson plan is based on the purpose and goals of each individual.
Lessons are available in the following languages
- English (all instructions)
- Japanese (for piano, violin/viola, clarinet)
- Korean (for piano and violin/viola)
New Student Information
1. Contact Midwest Conservatory
New students are accepted at any time.
Call (312) 283-1816 or email at: email@example.com
2. Contact Instructor
Phone or email consultation with the instructor to discuss:
- Musical experience / background
- Instrument rental information, if needed
3. Schedule the first lesson (or a trial lesson)
4. Sign forms
At the time of first visit, please sign and submit an Enrollment Form.
Tuition Rates for New Students effective June 1, 2022
Tuition rates for individual instructions are as follows:
- $33 … 30 minute weekly
- $50 … 45 minute weekly
- $66 … 60 minute weekly
Please note: Tuition rates for certain instructors are higher than the fees listed above. Contact the office for more information.
Tuition is paid quarterly.
- Fall Quarter (Sep-Nov)
- Winter Quarter (Dec-Feb)
- Spring Quarter (Mar-May)
- Summer Quarter (Jun-Aug)
Installment Payment Plan is available.
Trial lesson fees are the same as the tuition rates.
Rhythm is an important element in music. Maintaining a weekly lesson rhythm is also an important element in learning to play an instrument. Students are allowed one make-up lesson per quarter due to illness or an injury affecting the student’s ability to perform. We do not give credits and make-ups for unexcused absences. Special circumstances will be reviewed case by case by the instructor and Midwest. We understand that you might have some weeks with limited practice time. However, attending your lesson is still very important for you to move forward.
No lessons are given on the following holidays: New Year’s Day (1/01), Easter, Spring Break (late March), Memorial Day, Independence Day (7/04), Labor Day, Thanksgiving (Thu-Sun), Christmas (12/24-12/31). Tuition will not be charged for these holidays.