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FAQ

What is Lionheart Music Studio's philosophy?

  • To expand each student's knowledge of music.

  • To help students connect with music and people in meaningful ways.

  • To share and exchange our musical gifts and knowledge with others in our communities.

How are the groups organized?

Each class meets weekly.

Summer Session: July 11-August 17 2022

Students may enroll at any point in the year.

Each group of four is organized by (general) skill level and age. Every student learns differently and interacts with concepts in different ways, so each lesson includes multi-sensory ways to engage with the material. 

How does your studio use communication?

Communication between parents and the teacher, students and the teacher and the students with other students is highly valued! Parents/Guardians are welcome to call/text/email the teacher with any issues. Parents should expect to receive the majority of communication via email, but information can also be found on this website and by joining the website app, the Lionheart Facebook, Instagram and YouTube pages, and the online student portal with lesson calendar. 

What curriculum do you use?

Piano | Alfred's Premier Piano Library and the Piano Pronto Series

Voice | The Full Voice series

The teacher will help determine each student's level and provide parents the appropriate links to purchase books.
 

What should parents/chauffer's do during the lessons?

There are two waiting areas in the building and parents/chauffer's are invited to wait there, in the car or outdoors. Our studio is also near Target, Walgreens, coffee shops, restaurants and the Eagan Outlet Center should you need food or errands. 

Does this studio do recitals and performances?

Yes! Being confident in front of people is a skill that serves students for a lifetime! Our studio hosts multiple in-person and virtual recitals throughout the year including a Holiday Concert and a Spring Concert. We also partner with students of teachers from the South Suburban Music Teachers Association for recitals throughout the year. Students who are interested in performing for competitions with the Minnesota Music Teachers Association are welcome to do so!

How does tuition work?

You can find the tuition list on the Classes page next to each section. Families and adult students may opt to submit tuition per semester or monthly. Tuition is due the 1st of each month via Zelle, PayPal, check or cash. 

Are there summer lessons?

Yes! Keeping up with music skills over the summer in a more relaxed environment is a way to ensure continued progress. A new summer schedule will be available by the end of March. Registration links can be found on the home page.