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Lesson Information

LESSON TIMES: During the school year lessons are offered:
Mondays to Thursdays from 10:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Fridays from 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Saturday from 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Sunday 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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SUGGESTED BEGINNING AGES FOR MUSIC LESSONS: For ages 4-5 we offer both piano and violin private lessons. For all other instruments, the suggested minimum age is 6 years old. For string bass, the suggested minimum age is 12 years old.

PRIVATE LESSONS: Private Lessons offer students one-on-one individualized instruction for 30, 45, or 60 minutes once weekly.

SCHEDULING: Lessons are offered year-round. The RSM year has 47 lessons September through August. Except as otherwise agreed, you will have the same lesson time each week. All scheduling is done through the office. To request a change of lesson time, please speak with someone in our office. Instructors cannot make schedule changes.

CANCELLATIONS: Cancelled lessons are not refundable. For make-up lesson alternatives, see Cancellation Policy at https://rockwallmusic.com/cancellation_policy.

ORIENTATION: There is an Orientation scheduled for a portion of the first lesson. During this orientation, parents and students will meet with the instructor to discuss lesson details and expectations. New students are asked to arrive 5 minutes early to be sure necessary paperwork is completed.

EXPECTATIONS: Students are encouraged to arrive at least 5 minutes before their scheduled lesson time. Bring all books, assignments, and materials necessary to be prepared for each lesson. It is also essential for music students to put in the necessary practice time at home. Students who are the most successful are those who complete their weekly practice assignments and arrive at their lesson ready to learn!

BOOKS AND MATERIALS: As a convenience to our students, books and other materials may be purchased through the school. When a student needs a new book, the teachers will inform the office staff and the music will be added to the student’s monthly invoice. You are also welcome to pay for the music by cash or check.

SPECIAL ASSISTANCE TO ENSURE SUCCESS: Should an instructor sense that a student needs additional instruction with class assignments, it may be necessary to schedule additional private lessons to address specific challenges and help the student stay on task. These lessons will be scheduled at the request of the instructor as an addition to the weekly private lesson, and the standard lesson rate will apply.

Recitals & Festivals

At the Rockwall School of Music we believe that working toward an achievable goal can help incentivize a student’s musical studies, so we offer multiple performance opportunities throughout the year. Musicians become better players by becoming better performers. Talk to your music teacher about scheduling your next performance!
FESTIVALS
The Rockwall Music Teachers Association hosts their student music Festivals in the fall through spring, offering piano, voice, and violin students the chance to perform in front of a judge and receive a competitive ranking. For more information about RMTA Festivals, talk to your music teacher at your next music lesson.

RECITALS
Recitals are a great opportunity for our music students to showcase their accomplishments and share what they have learned with their friends and family. Students are not required but are encouraged to participate! Recitals will be no more than 1 hour in length and will be scheduled throughout the weekend. Students will be seated in order of performance and will be encouraged to dress appropriately and listen respectfully to the other student performers. There are no additional costs associated with recital participation.

Recitals & Festivals

At the Rockwall School of Music we believe that working toward an achievable goal can help incentivize a student’s musical studies, so we offer multiple performance opportunities throughout the year. Musicians become better players by becoming better performers. Talk to your music teacher about scheduling your next performance!
FESTIVALS
The Rockwall Music Teachers Association hosts their student music Festivals in the fall through spring, offering piano, voice, and violin students the chance to perform in front of a judge and receive a competitive ranking. For more information about RMTA Festivals, talk to your music teacher at your next music lesson.

RECITALS
Recitals are a great opportunity for our music students to showcase their accomplishments and share what they have learned with their friends and family. Students are not required but are encouraged to participate! Recitals will be no more than 1 hour in length and will be scheduled throughout the weekend. Students will be seated in order of performance and will be encouraged to dress appropriately and listen respectfully to the other student performers. There are no additional costs associated with recital participation.

What Our Clients Say

5 Star
Our family has been at the Rockwall School of Music for 7 years and we are still going strong! We absolutely love the staff and the professionalism there. Everyone is so kind and helpful! They are also very flexible with scheduling! We love them!!! Hands down the best music school we have ever been with!!!!
-Chantel West
5 Star
Very professional and teachers are super good at what they do!!
-Eric P.
5 Star
I love this music school! My son has been going there for 6 years and he loves it. The teachers there are great and everyone is very friendly. I would definitely recommend sending your children or yourself here.
-Brian Jeffreys
5 Star
I enjoy not only knowing but seeing the progression my son is making at the school.
-Brandon Kennard
5 Star
Awesome Music School! My son really enjoys his drum lessons. His Teacher it Fantastic! Best Music School in Rockwall!
-Jessica Rogers
5 Star
We have been taking my son here for almost two years now and his love for music has just grown. The pride he gets from being able to play music now is something I wouldn’t trade for the world!
-Hailey Norton