Instrumental Options:

Violin

Cello

Bass

Viola

Violin Lessons

Learn to play the violin, a very popular, classical instrument that's also found in bluegrass and pop music. The violin is the smallest of the string family, with a great deal of flexibility that makes it sought after in many musical performances. Your teacher, Elisha G. Rose, took his first music lessons in violin instruction. See the Bookings page to schedule your first lesson today!

Rates:

$90 for four weekly, 30 minute lessons (recommended for elementary and beginning students).

$126 for four weekly, 45 minute lessons.

$155 for four weekly, 1 hour lessons that includes music theory instruction.

Be sure to ask about family discounts for multiple students.

Viola Lessons

Learn to play the viola, another classical instrument of the symphonic orchestra. While not as popular as the violin, the viola plays with a very similar technique yet a lower sound. Your teacher, Elisha G. Rose, learned to play the viola while studying under the Jaffe Strings Method. See the Bookings page to learn more about learning to play this sought after instrument.

Rates:

$90 for four weekly, 30 minute lessons (recommended for elementary and beginning students).

$126 for four weekly, 45 minute lessons.

$155 for four weekly, 1 hour lessons that includes music theory instruction.

Be sure to ask about family discounts for multiple students.

Cello Lessons

Learn to play the cello, another standard of the classical orchestra that has also become very popular in contemporary music. Being bigger than both the violin and viola, the cello has a wider range and a powerful tone. Your teacher, Elisha G. Rose, earned both a bachelors in cello performance and his masters degree in cello music education. See the Bookings page to start learning how to play this popular instrument.

Rates:

$90 for four weekly, 30 minute lessons (recommended for elementary and beginning students).

$126 for four weekly, 45 minute lessons.

$155 for four weekly, 1 hour lessons that includes music theory instruction.

Be sure to ask about family discounts for multiple students.

Bass Lessons

Learn to play the upright string bass, another standard of the classical orchestra that's equally at home with folk, country, and jazz ensembles. This is the biggest of the string instrument family, able to make an equally large impression in sound also. Your teacher, Elisha G. Rose, learned to play the bass while studying for both his bachelors and masters degrees in music, and has gained a lot of playing experience in orchestras and instrumental ensembles. See the Bookings page to schedule lessons for this bold instrument.

Rates:

$90 for four weekly, 30 minute lessons (recommended for elementary and beginning students).

$126 for four weekly, 45 minute lessons.

$155 for four weekly, 1 hour lessons that includes music theory instruction.

Be sure to ask about family discounts for multiple students.

Term Enrolments

Pay in advanced with a full term enrollment and save. Term enrollments are available for all instrumental lessons. See below for term dates and tuition.

 

1 Hour Instrumental Lessons with Music Theory

Fall/Spring Term: $589 for 16 weeks of lessons.

Fall Term (8/31/18 - 12/14/18)

Spring Term (1/7/19 - 5/3/19)

 

Summer Tuition: $375

Summer Term: 6/5/18 – 8/24/18

Student schedules 8 – 10 lessons interspersed throughout the Summer Term to allow for family summer vacation.

 

Half Hour Instrumental Lessons Tuition Term Rates

Fall/Spring Term: $342 for 16 weeks of lessons.

Fall Term (8/31/18 - 12/14/18)

Spring Term (1/7/19 - 5/3/19)

 

Summer Tuition: $213.75

Summer Term: 6/5/18 – 8/24/18

Student schedules 8 – 10 lessons interspersed throughout the Summer Term to allow for family summer vacation.

OPENING HOURS

 

Monday-Friday 7:00am-5:00pm

Saturday-Sunday Closed

Location

5417 Werner RD

Bremerton, WA 98312

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