Private Lessons (Music Academy)
Private instruction consists of one 30 minute lesson per week (45 or 60 minute lessons for advanced students may be available). The Music Academy stresses individual practice time. Students (and parents of young students) should be prepared to practice on their instrument several times each week for at least 15 minutes. More advanced students will require extra practice time. Our instructors do everything they can to make lessons a great experience, but there is no substitute for a student's preparation. Plan to practice, follow through, and you are set for a rewarding musical journey, the benefits of which will last a lifetime!
Private Instruction Available:
- Bass Guitar
- Brass Instruments
- Woodwind Instruments
- Please return the Registration Form to Music Office at the Downtown Campus
All lessons will be taught on the campus of First Baptist Church in secure areas. The Academy requires that parents of students under the age of 18 be present at each lesson and either sit in the classroom or just outside the door. Children are never to be left alone to wait for their ride or allowed to wander the campus without supervision. Some instructors require that a parent attend the lesson with his or her child. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but these policies are in place to protect children and instructors alike.
We require all students to dress neatly and modestly for their lessons. Appropriate recital attire is required for recital performances.
Recitals And Special Programs
There will be two recitals each year, one in November and the other in May. The actual dates will be determined by the individual studios. Opportunities may be available for performance in worship services or special programs.
Tuition and Fees
The Registration Fee is $20.00 (maximum of $40.00 per family) and is due each semester at registration.
The Registration Fee is payable to First Baptist Church Music Academy
Lesson payments are made directly to the instructor
45 minute and 60 minute lessons are also available
Note: In some instances, voice students must pay for an accompanist to be at their lessons (arrangement will be made by the instructor).
- When the WFISD decides to delay classes or close school due to inclement weather, the Academy will also delay / close.
- It is incumbent for the instructor to contact their students if lessons are canceled.