Due to Covid-19 all lessons will be offered via Skype only.
LaVonne Music offers guitar lessons for the young and old, for beginners to experts and everyone in between. Professional lesson instructors will sit down with you in one of LaVonne Music’s practice rooms, and you will come out jamming to your favorite tunes. LaVonne Music offers music lessons for guitar, bass guitar, mandolin and ukulele.
Lesson Information, Cost and Payment Procedures
Lessons are private, once a week and one-half hour in length. Lessons are $24.50 per lesson, billed the first week of the month (which totals $98 or $122.50 a month, depending on if there are 4 or 5 weeks). If you begin lessons in the middle of the month, the lessons are billed as $24.50/week that month only. Checks should be made out to LaVonne Music.
- First time students – Enrollment is for a minimum of one month’s lessons or remainder thereof, payable at or before the first lesson.
- Currently enrolled students – Lessons tuition is payable on a monthly basis, due on or before the first lesson of the month.
- If your lesson payments are more than two weeks past due or you miss two weeks of lessons in succession without notifying your teacher, the teacher may, at his or her discretion, remove your name from the schedule and offer that lesson time to a new student.
Students are required to bring their own instrument to lessons. Amplifiers and cables will be provided. If you wish to schedule lessons at LaVonne Music you can contact the lesson coordinator, Rachel Wagener at (952) 890-7288. Every attempt will be made to schedule you at this time. Demand for lessons might necessitate putting you on a wait list.
Scheduling and Attendance
Missed lessons are not refundable under any circumstances. Consistency and commitment are the key elements of the learning process. This is why lessons unattended by the student, for any reason, are not subject to refund. Teachers are not required to schedule a make-up. You will not be charged for any lesson(s) cancelled by the teacher. Students are expected to be on time for lessons. Late arrival means a shortened lesson. In the event that the teacher is late, you will still receive your full lesson time.
Termination of Lessons
If a student decides not to continue with lessons for the following month, they are requested to inform the instructor or lesson coordinator at least a week in advance, either by telephone or at the time of a lesson.