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- Students will receive one-on-one music instruction and be given individual assignments for their own personal growth.
- Private Lessons: 30 minutes of in-person instruction with one teacher
- Virtual Lessons: 30 minutes of instruction with one teacher on an online platform
- Group Lessons: one hour and have three students with one teacher
- Other: classes, jam nights, performance opportunities, professional recording, and more available at LMS
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I was fortunate enough to be in the Marcus Band from 2012 to 2016. I have also been in the 2019 Concord Blue Devils and had the summer of a life time. Currently I am pursuing my degree in Music Education at Texas Tech University. I can’t wait to work with you!
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The following will cover Legacy Music Studio, LLC policies:
Meet & Greet
We love hosting 15-minute Meet & Greets with potential new students and families. During this time, we can answer any and all questions as well as give you a tour of our studio. The Meet & Greet teacher will provide a mini-lesson to get to know your student and evaluate their starting level. They also will help match them with the right teacher according to availability, goals, and personality.
Students may start lessons at any time during the year. Enrollment is always open.
Tuition is calculated with 17 weeks of instruction in the Fall semester and 17 weeks of instruction in the Spring semester. This is 34 weeks of lessons from mid-August to mid-May. Some months students may have five lessons and other months they may have two, but the tuition will even out over the course of the semester. Committing to lessons means you’re committing to the semester.
Our Summer semester offers families and teachers flexibility. We have individualized lessons packages to best fit your needs. Please visit the SUMMER section of the website for more details.
Tuition is due the first lesson of each month. If tuition is not paid on time, a $20 late fee will be assessed. If tuition is not paid by the second lesson of the month, lessons will be discontinued until tuition for that month is paid in full.
Please contact your individual teachers for payment methods.
Legacy Music Studio offers two recitals a year. Recitals are not a requirement but viewed as a performance opportunity. Not all instruments/teachers participate in recitals. Please check with your specific teacher before registering for a recital.
Recital Registration is on the website with specific deadline dates. Students have separate recital fees per instrument. For example, if Brenner takes violin, voice, and piano and opts to perform as a violinist, vocalist, and pianist, then his parents pay for three recital registrations. If he opts to perform twice (one as a violinist and the other as a combined piano/vocals) then his parents pay for two Recital Registrations.
Makeup lessons are at the discretion of each instructor. Lessons missed due to illness, pandemics, or natural disasters may be made up during the semester. If your instructor is unable to make a lesson, then they may reach out to reschedule or they may provide a sub. A “no show” will not be made up. This policy is in place to help encourage consistent attendance and consistent progress in the student. Thank you for your cooperation in this.
Preparation for Lessons
Students are expected to come to their lesson prepared: on time, with all materials, and well-practiced from the previous week’s lesson. As a general rule, most students should practice 4-5 times a week for 20-30 minutes. Beginner students will practice less at first. If a student comes to the lesson unprepared, then we will have them use their lesson time for practice and re-teaching. Keep in mind that practicing is going over a song multiple times (3X-5X) a day and reworking the more difficult parts. Running through a song from start to finish once is NOT practicing. Teachers write specific instructions for the students in their assignment spiral, so encourage your student to refer to the spiral to know what to work on.
Visitors to Lessons
In the past, we have allowed parents and siblings to sit in on a student’s lesson time. Unfortunately, this has proven to be more of a distraction than a help. Therefore, no visitors are allowed to stay in the teaching area during the lesson time. If you want to sit in our waiting area from time to time, then that is fine. You are welcome to sit in your vehicle, enjoy Old Town Lewisville’s many stores/vendors, or sit in our designated waiting area.
Questions or Concerns?
Children are a blessing from the Lord, and we are so honored that you have entrusted their musical education to us! We look forward to developing musical skills along with your child. Please feel free to contact us if you ever have any questions or concerns.