Tuition

Ever wonder where your tuition dollars go? Parents often ask how much we charge “per lesson”. Well…we don’t have a ‘per-lesson’ fee. We’d like to give you some insight on what your semester/monthly fees cover though, so you can better understand what exactly we as a music school provide for you.

  • Weekly student lessons
  • Teacher experience, Formal & Informal Education.
  • Teacher Development. Learn new music, practice.
  • Teacher accomplishments and continued affiliation in other music organizations.
  • Teacher Salary/Teacher Retirement planning
  • Continuing adjudication for State and National organizations.
  • Staying up to date on State, National & local performance opportunities. & being an involved member to all local groups.
  • Maintain all studio handouts & online accounts such as Facebook, You Tube, Website, Twitter etc.
  • Cutting edge software and technology for students. Learn new software-teach to students how to utilize.
  • Calculating Recital & group lesson fees.
  • Use of recordings at lessons.
  • Subscription s to online music training sites.
  • Researching & setting up Studio Insurance programs.
  • Keeping up to date on Teacher Publications.
  • Researching & purchasing of high quality instruments.
  • Maintenance and tuning of instruments.
  • Time spent shopping for and purchasing music for student.
  • Office supplies & incentives for students.
  • Bookkeeping/ Prepare and file tax information/paying Sales, Property & other taxes.
  • Book recital venue, choose music for students to perform, arrange recital programs, etc. to assure everything goes smoothly recital day.
  • Lesson Scheduling.
  • Preparing student swap lists.
  • Preparing Theory programs for each individual student.
  • Group lesson planning and execution.
  • Summer programs planning and execution.
  • Bill collector.
  • Choosing a course of action and devising a lessons program that is appropriate to each individual student.
  • Provide college recommendations.
  • Plan and enforce studio policies.
  • Learn songs by ear to teach students when there is no music available.
  • Actual lesson time.
  • Time spent planning lessons.
  • Maintain studio cleanliness.
  • Purchase and organize Awards program.

Reisinger-Conservatory-of-Music-Piano-Player

The Reisinger Conservatory of Music founded over 35 years ago, is based on the core values of giving students a high quality musical education from professional musicians.

Call us today for your Free Introductory Lesson, 612.244.9796 or E-mail us at info@reisingerconservatoryofmusic.com to find out more!

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