Adult Consultation Lessons
Consultation lessons are offered to new learners who are wishing to start classes. The 60 minute session offers a chance to try one or two instruments out before committing to weekly classes in term time. Please see full terms below before booking.
Consultation lessons are offered to new learners who are wishing to start classes. The 60 minute session offers a chance to meet the tutor and see how classes take place, hear different instruments (if a student is undecided which instrument to start to learn), give advice for instrument purchase and other queries before committing to weekly classes in term time. Please contact Georgina to arrange a session date and time before purchase.
Booking Terms :
Conditions of music tuition
The Teacher will give the lessons at the confirmed location. The date and time of each lesson will be agreed in advance of each lesson by the Teacher and the Pupil (or the Pupil’s parent or carer). The agreement should be confirmed in writing.
- Payment of fees
The Pupil (or the Pupil’s parent or carer) will pay for each lesson 48 hours before the day of the lesson.
- Missed lessons
The Teacher will charge for any scheduled lessons which the Pupil does not attend, unless either i) the Pupil (or the Pupil’s parent or carer) has given the Teacher at least 48 hours’ written notice or ii) the Teacher chooses not to do so because of exceptional circumstances. If the Teacher cancels a scheduled lesson, the Pupil (or the Pupil’s parent or carer) may choose between (i) receiving a replacement lesson or (ii) receiving a refund of the lesson fee.
- Examinations, competitions and public performances
The Pupil will not be entered for any examination, competition or public performance without the prior consent of both the Teacher and the Pupil (and the Pupil’s parent or carer, where applicable).
- Termination of tuition
- This Agreement may be ended by mutual consent at any time by both signatories to it signing and dating a written statement to that effect.
- Where fees are not paid on time, the Teacher reserves the right, entirely at the Teacher’s discretion, to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect by giving written notice of termination to the Pupil or Pupil’s parent or carer. This right to terminate is without prejudice to any other rights the Teacher may have.
- Either signatory to this Agreement may terminate the Agreement by giving notice in writing to the other signatory. Such termination will take effect immediately, except that if a lesson is scheduled to take place within 48 hours of notice being given by the Pupil or the Pupil’s parent or carer, that lesson must be paid for.
If the Teacher, in his or her reasonable opinion, feels unable to continue tuition on account of unreasonable conduct by the Pupil or anyone connected with the Pupil, the fees for any outstanding lessons will not be refundable.
- Communication between the parties
For the purposes of Conditions 1 and 3 written notice may be given on paper, by email or by SMS text message, provided that, in the case of an SMS text message, the recipient acknowledges receipt of the text. For the purposes of Conditions 5 and 8 any written notice, statement or agreement must be recorded on paper or by email (and not by SMS text message).
- Any changes to the terms of this Agreement must be confirmed in writing and signed and dated by both the Teacher and the Pupil (or the Pupil’s parent or carer).
- If the Teacher chooses to waive any right or remedy under this Agreement or otherwise (for example, if the Teacher chooses to waive fees for any lessons which the Pupil does not attend) this shall not mean that he or she must do so in future or that he or she waives any other rights or remedies, unless agreed in writing in accordance with Condition 8(a) above.
- Governing law and jurisdiction
This Agreement shall be subject to the laws of the jurisdiction of the location for the lessons (specified above) and the signatories to this Agreement agree that any dispute relating to the subject matter of this Agreement shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of that jurisdiction.
Guitar, Violin, Ukulele, Piano, Music Theory