Music Lessons

Music Lessons

Violin Lessons

Music Theory Lessons

FAQ

What age is best to start lessons?
Meraki Muse can start lessons from the age of 3+. At a young age we focus on developing musical skills before utilising the violin.

Am I too old to take lessons?
Absolutely not. Our music lessons are tailored to suit your needs and abilities.

Why should I pay for lessons?
There are many free lesson series on YouTube. Unfortunately, the virtual teachers are unable to correct your technique. Poor technique can lead to some serious issues later on.

Do I need prior music experience?
No. You don’t require any music experience to engage in our music lessons. Our job is to make sure you get the most from each lesson.

What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations of individual lessons need to be made 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson. After the 24 hour period any cancellations will result in a 50% fee. If you decided to purchase a package cancellations made after the 24 period will not be made up at a later date. Any cancellations made before the 24 hour period will be rescheduled at no extra cost.

Do I have to have hour lessons if I purchase a package?
No. The hours mentioned in the packages can be split up however you prefer. For example the classical package has 2.5 hours worth of lessons meaning you can choose to have five 30 minute lessons or one 1 hour lesson and 3 30 minute lessons. It’s completely up to you how you want to use the time.

What if I want to continue lessons after the package is finished?
The standard package covers ongoing lessons. Meaning you pay for lessons that you want for as long as you want.

What is Andromeda String Orchestras cancellation policy?
Musicians involved in Andromeda only pay if they attend the rehearsals. If you don’t come to a rehearsal you don’t pay. There is also no cancellation policy with the packages.

How do I know which instrument is right for me?
Choosing the right instrument can be a difficult choice. The best way to choose is to pick an instrument base on the sound. If you like the sound of the violin but love the sound of the piano, you are more likely to succeed choosing to learn the piano.

How long does it take to learn an instrument?
Lifetimes. Yes music is ever growing and changing and learning an instrument takes time, but that doesn’t mean you can’t play music brilliantly. It can take years for someone to develop a great sound but the journey is worth it.

Are Meraki Muse teachers qualified?
Absolutely. Anyone who works with us must hold the appropriate qualifications.

How much practice do I need to do?
None. That may surprise you but Meraki Muse doesn’t use the term practice. Instead of practice we use the term goal. So your goals will change from week to week meaning the amount of time you spend with your instrument will vary.

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