Monthly tuition is due the last week of the month for the upcoming month. Payments may be made in cash or by personal check to Ann Grennan. PayPal payments may also be made online at Please call for pricing. If you are unable to attend your lesson during the last week of the month, please mail your tuition check to your instructor or via PayPal before the first of the month.


Consistency is very important in the study of music. Regular attendance at weekly lessons is crucial to artistic development. 24-hours notice is required to cancel or reschedule lessons. If less than 24 hours notice is given, students will be charged for the missed lesson, except in the case of illness.


In consideration for the instructor and others, students should not attend lessons when ill. Please notify your instructor as soon as possible if you must miss a lesson due to illness. 24-hours notice is preferable, but when this is not possible due to sudden onset of illness,
please call first thing in the morning on the day of your lesson. Makeup lessons will be determined on an individual basis within a reasonable time.


A minimum of two weeks’ notice is required to discontinue lessons. If less than two weeks’ notice is given, the student will be charged the tuition fee for two additional lessons.


Voice students should bring a 3-ring binder with sheet music and study materials to each lesson. Students may bring their own recording device, such as a cellphone or flashdrive to record the lesson. These are the best tools for practicing between lessons.

Piano students will be issued books, which are yours to keep. The cost of these books will be added to your tuition. Please bring your music books and a 3-ring binder to each lesson.


No lessons will be given on the following holidays: New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.​

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