859-359-2203 heidicleanu@gmail.com

Pricing

30-minute private lesson
once a week*

$350 per semester for 14 lessons

Fall Semester
September – early December

Spring Semester
January – April or early May

Summer Semester
June, July & August*

*See pricing below for advanced students and flexible Summer scheduling. 

Availability

I currently offer lessons:

 At my home studio
(6704 Beth Ct. Garland)

Online via Zoom

In-Residence
(additional $20/week per family)

Please contact me for available days and times or to be added to the Wait List for next semester.

Group Lessons

I offer group lessons for younger children (ages 3-5) that may prefer an Introduction to Music before enrolling in private lessons. 

I also offer guided group “jam sessions” for teens with musical experience. 

Covid Update: I’m not currently offering group lessons in my home unless all members are in the same family.

Intermediate to Advanced Students

45-min or 1-hr private lessons 
(dependent on experience)

$490 for a 45-min lesson
$630 for a 1-hr lesson

Pricing is per semester for 14 lessons. 

I also offer a biweekly option for busy teens or adults at the 1-hr level of
$350 for 7 lessons. 

Summer Lessons

Summer lessons during June, July, and early August can be booked per week with monthly payments. This allows students to take family vacations and still maintain piano skills over the summer. Days and times are flexible. I recommend enrolling in at least 6 weeks of summer lessons. 

Performances

Students have the opportunity to participate in a formal Spring Recital each year in late April or early May.

An optional holiday Sing-Along with friends and family in December is a favorite gathering of my students and allows them to gain experience as vocal accompanists. 

 

Policies

  • I have limited availability to offer make-up lessons because I have four kids in activities too. I have one make-up day per month for a missed lesson. However, if your child is ill for an extended amount of time, please contact me about a refund for missed lessons.
  • I recommend making every effort to attend your lesson, especially on weeks when you may have practiced less. There are many skills and concepts I teach during the lesson that you don’t want to skip over. I also feel it is very important to help students work through how to practice efficiently during a busy week and how to recognize simple successes on a weekly basis that are not always connected to whether or not they pass off a song assignment.
  • Please bring your practice book to each lesson.
  • Have fun and be kind to yourself as you learn!