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Frequently Asked Questions
LEARN TO PLAY THE FLUTE
What should I know before learning the flute?
A good flute teacher should be able to teach you everything from the right flute embouchure form to proper breathing and posture. Other things you’ll do during licensed flute lessons will include fingerings for notes, various articulation, vibrato, music theory, and musicianship abilities.
Can you learn flute on your own?
Learning to play the flute on your own is definitely possible. However, how easy or how difficult it will be will come down to what past experience you have with music, the amount of time you have to allocate to learning, your age, your physical aptitudes, as well as what you can manage to put into it
Is flute learning difficult?
The flute is one of the most beloved instruments in the band. … Producing a tone on the flute is comparable to blowing across the top of a bottle. Once you can make that sound, simply use the keys to change the notes. The flute isn’t hard to learn — like all the instruments, it just takes some practice
How many hours should I practice flute?
How much time you set aside is really up to your schedule, but anything between 1-4 hours a day is good. However, quality of the practice is far more critical than quantity, so if you only practice for 30 minutes but in a particular, mindful way you will get a lot of benefit from that
Which flute is easiest to learn?
Their YFL-222 Student Flute Student flute is an exceptionally good beginner flute. If you can afford it, this wouldn’t be a bad start to your learners’ journey on flute.
What flute should a beginner buy?
The concert flute is the instrument of choice for beginners. Beginner school bands usually introduce the flute in the fourth or fifth grade. It is important for young players to be large enough to reach the keys without straining the neck or hands
How expensive is a flute?
How long of a lesson should I take?
For children 5 to 9 years old, a 45 minute musical lesson is sufficient. For studnets 9+ years and students who have specific musical goals such as playing in orchestra, a full 1 hour lesson is a better investment. For any advanced players a 1 hour lesson is highly recommended.
Do I need my own instrument?
Can we split a 60 minute lesson into two lessons?
If you have two students wanting to learn, we are able to divide a 60 minute lesson into two 30 minute lessons.
What happens if I leave for 2 months and come back?
If you are leaving for 30 days or longer, you have the option of holding your time and teacher for when you return by paying your normal monthly tuition.You may also withdraw completely and re- register when you return, however your time and teacher may not be available.
Do you accept the government’s Creative Kids Voucher?
Currently we are only accepting Creative Kids Voucher in NSW. We hope to accept the government voucher in other states soon.
Do I need to travel anywhere for my lessons?
We will come to your home, meaning you don’t have to fight traffic to get to after school lessons.
How can we access the MyMusicStaff student portal?
You can visit https://app.mymusicstaff.com/ to log into the student portal. Email us at email@example.com to get your login details.
Is my child too young to start music lessons?
How old should my child be to begin music lessons?
Children as young as five can begin learning their instrument and basic music theory.
We are very experienced in tutoring young children who are complete beginners, and have all the patience and personality needed to engage your child and give them best start in their musical journey.
Is a 45 minute lesson too long for my child?
In our 45 minute lessons, we are able to cover music theory, technical skills alongside the songs we teach. These important aspects of musical education are often skipped over in 30 minute lessons.
How do I know my child is progressing ?
To keep our students learning and progressing, we use the Musical Ladder system. Every 3 months our students take a test with their teacher to make sure they are absorbing the material in the lessons and making progress. Our students love this system as they get to earn cool colourful wristbands and certificates as well as trophies for their achievements! Our teachers also will take the time to conference
What happens if I ( my child ) gets sick and can’t make a lesson one day?
We have group make up classes on the weekend, that are age and level appropriate. You can sign up online for as many as you would like and the make up never expires, meaning you can take the make up class a week or 2 months later.
What are your teachers qualifications?
We are highly experienced in teaching students of all ages and skill levels, and have completed the relevant exams that allow us to teach. All teachers have undertaken a government certified “Working with children” police check.
BOOKING A LESSON
How does booking lessons work?
We offer weekly lessons, scheduled at the same time each week, with your teacher. Our lessons run throughout the school terms.
How frequently do I need to pay for lessons?
Students have the option of paying per month or term. Invoices are sent to students on a termly basis, so please let us know if you prefer monthly billing.
How does the payment work?
We ask all students to pay via direct debit or credit card. Our teachers will not accept cash. Lessons are prepaid to guarantee your placement.
Why Should You Take Flute Lessons?
Music Lessons Academy is the best place for you particularly if you are looking for private flute classes or lessons with qualified flute teachers in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra or Brisbane.
You can conduct these lessons in a conventional way (in person), or if it is more convenient you can take them online.
Each way, flute lessons can propel up your development, make practice more pleasant, and increase your chances of obtaining any real achievement in the music industry.
The moderate cost of 1 on 1 flute lessons far exceed the long term rewards.
Our specialist local flute teachers are able to help learners from all age ranges: from seniors, adults, teenagers, to young children.
In addition to the physical parts of learning to play the flute, your teacher will also show you the fundamentals of music theory, such as chords, chord inversion, and note counting.
In addition, you will learn drills to help and strengthen your technique faster.
In short, your flute tutor can offer programs and feedback that will help to hasten your progress in a way that likely will not happen if you learn by yourself.
No matter whether you are at a seasoned, intermediate, or beginner level, our teachers have a blend of different styles and backgrounds which means it should not be difficult to find the right match for both your skill level and your musical inclination.
The specialisations of each of our teachers are listed on their profiles along with further details like their personal background, photos, feedback from students, and their availability for delivering lessons.
Students who prefer to take their flute lessons online can learn conveniently from home, pay lower rates, and pick from a much wider selection of teachers from all around the country.
If you have any background taking music lessons using zoom, you will probably love our online 1 on 1 flute lessons.
We are so certain that you will be happy with your first lesson that we offer our customers a 100% satisfaction guarantee for their first lesson.
What other costs can I expect from private flute lessons?
Aside from the rate of lessons and the initial purchase or rental of a flute, you can expect to purchase other materials such as flute books, a metronome and tuner for practicing, a cleaning swab and cloth, and a music stand. Additionally, there may be future expenses such as the occasional piece of sheet music or flute books as the student advances.
What can I expect from private flute classes? How does my child need to prepare?
Learning an instrument and taking lessons are a great way to unlock your child’s creativity while simultaneously creating structured habits. Lessons will be spent performing homework assignments from the prior week, reviewing how to read music, learning new notes, and an introduction to the music that will be assigned as homework.
A beginning student should practice from 10-20 minutes a day, depending on their age and ability. One of the greatest challenges in flute playing is consistently producing a sound. Because of the nature of the instrument (blowing into a hole rather than a mouthpiece), it is difficult to produce a sound right away. It can take some time for younger kids to make a sound, but this is very common.
As students progress, there will be fun rewards, such as playing duets with their teacher, learning their favorite songs or pieces from their favorite movies or shows, and even making up their own songs! Music is a fantastic way to be creative and imaginative while learning!
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