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During a trial, the student gets an opportunity to meet with our teacher and discuss what he or she really wants to do.  Sometimes, children come in for one instrument and choose another.  Regardless, our teachers have the experience to guide the child to realize what it is that the child wants to learn - sometimes, it may not even be music.  Nevertheless, it is always a fun experience for us and the student to come and check out our facility and try the different fun instruments.

 

  • Expect to spend a total of 30 minutes with us

  • Expect the students to be assessed in sight reading, ear training, technique, performance skills, rhythm, theory and history of music

  • Out of the 30 minutes session, expect 20 minutes of lesson time per child

  • Expect 10 minutes of discussion with the teacher

  • Be prepared to leave the student with the teacher for the 20 minutes of lesson time

  • If you must observe the teacher, save your questions until the session is done

  • If you are NOT a beginner, bring your books or worksheets from the previous lessons

  • For guitar trials, if you want to bring your instrument, that is totally fine

What to expect in the trial lessons

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Upcoming Events

Winter Recital: Jan 11th

Brambleton Middle School

What's New at Notes n' Beats?

 

*Yearly Evaluations are underway!

Reviews with parents are coming up!

*"THE STAGE" non-profit organization launched by Notes n' Beats is now in effect!  Ask how you can be part of it!

*Bands and Ensembles in Voice, Guitar and Percussion are always looking for more students to join

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