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June 3- August 9
Session package includes

4 1hr lessons booked at your convenience


$260 ($130 pro-rate for 2months)


Drop-in lesson fees*

45min: $55

60min: $65

*contact directly for UCO alumni rates


  • Lessons are on a session basis: Spring/Summer/Fall. To maintain a spot in my studio, you must register for lessons year round.

  • Scheduling is renewed each session. 

  • Contact Danielle at least 24 hours in advance if the student will be absent.

  • To be eligible for a make-up lesson, a student must provide a minimum of 24 hours notice. If feeling unwell and possibly contagious, a virtual lesson is a great option to take the place of an in-person lesson.

  • For the fall and spring sessions, tuition is a semester agreement and secures a weekly appointment.

  • "Drop-in" lessons are an option but do not secure a weekly appointment and are only available based on Danielle's availability. "Drop-ins" are designed for adult musicians who want to book single lessons at their convenience. 

  • Refunds will not be issued. The Make-Up Policy offers two make-ups during the semester. 

  • Additional expenses include the purchasing of necessary musical materials and books.

  • Danielle reserves the right to dismiss a student if any of the following situations persist after Danielle has notified the student and provided time to correct the problem: 

    • Lack of dependability and commitment exhibited in persistent absences.

    • The student consistently demonstrates a lack of willingness to participate during lesson time.

    • The student consistently fails to show diligence and determination in home practice.

    • Repeated failure to prepare assigned material.


STUDENTS: The responsibility for success lies heavily with you. In order to achieve success, you must be committed to learning. These are my expectations for each lesson:

Be prepared. Have your completed assignment from the prior week accomplished. You must practice your music regularly. Remember, you are in charge of your progress. I can coach, encourage, and provide, but it is your responsibility to retain the information and put it into practice.

Bring all required materials: assigned music, notebook with packet, and a pencil. (Water is also a good idea.)

Approach each lesson with a positive, attentive attitude, and a desire to learn.

PARENTS: Your main responsibility is providing support for your child’s music education. Which includes

Providing supplies

Practice area free from distractions (preferably equipped with piano/keyboard/app on phone)

Interest in your child’s progress

Attendance at performances

INSTRUCTOR: My responsibility is to assess and provide a curriculum tailored to each particular student that promotes an optimal amount of development. I strive to present the information in a knowledgeable, passionate manner. Areas of learning that will be covered:

Vocal Technique, Sight-Reading, Theory, Ear Training, Performance Skills/Acting, Diction, International Phonetic Alphabet, Vocal Literature, Interpretation and Expression, Varied Musical Styles, Music History


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