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How Much Are Drum Lessons? 4 Factors That Affect the Cost

How Much Are Drum Lessons? 4 Factors That Affect the Cost

When you want to start beginning drum lessons, you'll find a variety of prices depending on a few factors. While the average price for a half hour lesson can range from $15 to $40, you might not be able to find a private drum lesson instructor at either end of the range. Some of the things that can contribute to how much you'll end up paying for beginning drum lessons are where you're receiving the lessons, what city you're in, and the experience level of your teacher. First Step: Where are t … Read More

How Much Are Drum Lessons? 4 Factors That Affect the Cost
When you want to start beginning drum lessons, you'll find a variety of prices depending on a few factors. While the average price for a half hour lesson can range from $15 to $40, you might not be able to find a private drum lesson instructor at either end of the range. Some of the things that can contribute to how much you'll end up paying for beginning drum lessons are where you're receiving the lessons, what city you're in, and the experience level of your teacher. First Step: Where are t
Ukulele Gigs: 10 Ways to Make Money Playing Your Ukulele
Even though you probably didn't get into playing ukulele for the money, there are still many ways you can use your uke skills to make some extra cash. Ukulele teacher Willy M. shares 10 great ideas... So you’ve been playing for a while now, you’re pretty impressed with your progress, and you think you’re ready to start booking some ukulele gigs. Well, here are 10 ways to make money playing the ukulele! Playing for weddings It doesn’t matter if they’re young or old, people are always g
The Ultimate Violin Performance Checklist for Parents [Infographic]
Does your child have a violin recital coming up? Below, violin teacher Julie P. shares the ultimate violin recital checklist to help parents ensure their child has the best performance... Your child’s first violin performance is an exciting time! Your child gets to show off what he or she has learned, while you get to marvel at how far he or she has come since their first violin lesson. Recitals can be a wonderful family event and a great confidence booster for your child. However, the
Get Your Live Music Fix: How to Find Great Concerts in Dallas
Dallas has an incredible music scene, which has been host to numerous musical legends, as well as stellar local acts. On any given night, you can easily find live music all over town; some nights it’s even tough to choose just one show. Following your favorite musicians or venues on social media is one way to stay up-to-date on local concerts, but using the following resources makes it easier to find the best concerts in Dallas. Concert Listings The Dallas Observer is the local alternative w
The SIELE: Here's What You Need to Know | Spanish Proficiency Test
Aspiring expats, you'll want to read this! If you're interested in someday working or studying in a Hispanic country, you may need to take a new Spanish proficiency test called the SIELE. Learn more about it in this guest post from Matthew at Listen & Learn...   The Instituto Cervantes, a globally recognized non-profit organization created by the Spanish government, and three highly respected universities in Spain, Mexico, and Argentina, have created a Spanish language profici

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