1. Regular Private Lesson
The regular private lesson consists of 30 minutes to 1 hour of intensive one-on-one training by a professional instructor. Students have a chance to complete an examination process and work through a series of assessments to advance to a higher level.
2. Beginner Adventure Piano Course
Beginners interested in music can enroll in Piano Adventure Course program to learn the basic skill in piano. Each level contains specific materials to cover. This is a mandatory course for beginner students who are seeking to join Priave Lessons in the future. The session is 7 weeks long.
- $190 / 7 weeks
- 30-minute per class
- up to 3 students
- All materials included
3. Little Mozarts with a Caregiver(ages 0 to 3)
Young children of ages 0 to 3 may join the 45 min session of the " Little Mozart Program" to enhance their musical experience in a fun way. Although it shares some aspects with similar toddler music programs, Little Mozart focuses primarily on ear training and learns thorough repertoires of children songs both classical and traditional. This class is a parent-child class offered by the "Mozart Academy" from 10-10:45 am on Wednesdays
- UPCOMING SESSION
- $150 / 10 classes
- 45-minute class with a caregiver
- All materials included
- Wednesdays, 10-10:45 am
- contact us for more details.
Preschool-aged children from 3 to 5 who are potty trained are welcome to join in this drop off enrichment program of 3-hour long fun, unique class. Mozart Academy is offered 3 times a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9 am - 12 pm. This class is for regular attendees, enrolling for the whole school year. Imagine how much kids will enjoy learning music and piano at an early age, following the steps of Mozart! This class will also get kids to be kindergarten-ready by introducing reputable materials and applying skills in early literacy, art, and math.
Visit: www.mozartpreschool.com for more detail.
NOW AVAILABLE: Mozart Classes on Weekends.
- Saturdays, 9 am to 9:45 am
- 10 CLASSES / $250
5. Pre-College Program
A student who is pursuing a goal for a university entrance is accepted into the Pre-College Program by audition. Once admitted to the program, the student is expected to participate in festivals and competitions, attend masterclasses by world-renowned professionals and show a great amount of dedication. Based on an annual achievement, a student may be eligible for a scholarship which can be used towards tuition.
6. Summer Camp
Summer camp is offered to current students and new families to try out a different level of skill and intensity. We have half day and full day camps available. Visit: www.musicinseattle.com for complete detail.
7. Music Theory
Based on the Royal Conservatory of Music Curriculum, we offer all levels of music theory: Rudiments, Harmony, Counterpoint, Analysis, and Composition. Classes are formed throughout the year by the demand of students. Students are encouraged to take the official RCM examination after the completion of each level.
8. Music History
Music history covers eras from medieval to contemporary music which is based on the Royal Conservatory of Music History textbook, the Enjoyment of Music. Music History grade 3, 4, and 5 are covered for each course. Students are encouraged to take the official RCM examination after the completion of each level.
Musicianship program is a specialized course that focuses on ear training and sight-reading skills. Students learn about techniques that bring the skills to an advanced level of achievement.
10. Collaborative Artist Program
Collaborative performances include piano accompanying, chamber music, choir, and orchestra. Students may be involved with different instrumental players or singers and learn to play effectively together.
11. Adult Program (ages 21 and up)
Adult Program is for students over the age of 21, who are learning for pure enjoyment. The session is 17 weeks long - 55 minutes for each class. Students have their own workshops and may participate in any available music appreciation class. The adult student is only accepted during the open audition period, held twice a year.
12. Music Appreciation
Music Appreciation class is dealt comprehensively, with a great number of current repertoires in classical music with partial theory and history, comprehensively. An outcome of vast knowledge and general musical terms is expected as we advance to the next level.