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School of Music



General Information:

  • We have provided private music lessons since 1997.
  • Our students range in age from 4½ to senior adults.
  • The school is divided into 3 semesters.  Our summer session started June 6th and will end July 28th.  Our summer scheduled has been removed since we are close to the end of our summer session.  Our Fall 2016 session is still being worked on but this will give you an idea of our hours and days available.  We have added several new instructors for the fall. (Click the blue link to review.)
  • Existing students will register for the fall session by July 14th.  Once they have registered for fall, then we will open for new students the following week.
  • Periodically we are asked if you have to be a member of FBC Ocala to enroll in our school.  No you do not.  We are interested in any child or adult wanting to learn music.

 

        Spring (January - May)
        Summer (June - July)
        Fall (August - December)

 

  • Areas of study include banjo, bassoon, bass clarinet, cello, clarinet, flute, guitar, oboe, percussion, piano, piccolo, violin and voice
  • Lessons length 15, 30, 45 & 60 minutes.
        The 15 minute lesson is designed for our younger students not yet in school.  The only areas we will teach students this young is in violin and piano.  If you wish to do four trial lessons, we will charge four the four weeks and then determine if the student is ready.

 

  • Our average number of lessons taught in the school year is 250 a week.

About our Instructors:

  • Click here to meet the instructors.
  • All of our instructors are background screened and take a yearly abuse prevention training course.
  • Our classrooms have windows in the doors and our studio rooms are NOT sound proof.

For our Students:

  • Recital pictures from various years
  • We do NOT post students complete names on the internet schedule that is posted due to privacy and we will NOT post individual pictures of our students.

How to reach us:


 

 


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