For everybody's convenience, tuition is paid on a per lesson basis. I offer one lesson per week usually
lasting between 30 and 45 minutes. Tuition for 30 minute lessons is $20 per lesson, and tuition for 45
minute lessons is $30 per lesson. Tuition can be paid by personal check or cash, and must be presented
at each lesson.
Because tuition is paid on a per lesson basis, there are no make-up lessons. If for some reason
you or I must cancel a lesson, the student can enjoy an extra week of preparation for the next lesson.
Books / Materials
Students are encouraged to purchase their own music at their favorite local music retailer. You may
also order music online. I will provide you with a list of materials to purchase and most music retailers
will be able to assist you in finding these selections.
All students are expected to practice. No matter what your reason for taking lessons is, it is imperative
that you work and study to review the lessons taught each week. Without this, there is no progress. If a
student is not growing, they are not spending their practice time wisely. Students are encouraged to
practice a minimum of 20-30 minutes 5-7 days per week depending on their level and age. Each student
will vary, and based upon the student's customized learning plan, a personal reccomendation will be
given. Some students will be given an assignment/progress book to record our goals and their practicing
each week. Every student will know exactly what they are expected to do for the next lesson, and what
they need to accomplish during the week.
It's a pleasure to bring music into your life! Thanks for choosing my piano studio, and please feel free to
e-mail me with any questions or comments. Your first lesson is FREE, so contact me today to schedule
your first free lesson!
PIANO LESSONS WILL BEGIN SUMMER OF 2014 WHEN I RETURN HOME TO KANSAS CITY.
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Daniel teaches students of all ages and levels, from the beginner to the advanced.
Daniel holds a B.M. in Music Composition from the UMKC Conservatory of Music,
and has been teaching piano lessons since 2003.
For more information about Daniel Doss please visit www.danieldoss.com