The things I learned from my experience in music are discipline, perseverance, dependability, composure and courage… Not a bad preparation for the real world - Gregory Anrig, President, Educational Testing Service of America
*Please note that fees for instrumental lessons are based on 30 minute, weekly lesson on your chosen instrument. For those playing at grade 5 standard or above a longer lesson will be required at additional cost.
To enroll for Expand School of Music you will need to pick up an enrolment form from the school, fill it in and return it with either deposit or full payment.
Please note that fees cover one term of lessons and are due at the beginning of each term. Expand School of Music offers two payment options:
- Payment in full at the beginning of each term
- €50, non-refundable deposit, payable at the first class of the term, followed by weekly payments, with balance cleared by Week 8 of the Term.
2019 / 20 Term Dates
Additional Information for parents of those learning instruments
It is vital that your child has their own instrument to practice with at home. If you need advice on choosing and buying an instrument, then please ask the music school staff.
Each student will be asked to buy a teaching book which will be used as the basis for learning. This must be brought to lessons each week. Teaching books can be purchased from reception. Students must also bring a copy book to lessons each week
Each student MUST come to each class with a small copy book. This book will be used by the teacher to record practice for the coming week. It is vital that your child practices their chosen instrument on a regular basis. When a child starts learning an instrument we recommend that you encourage them to practice at least five times a week for between 5 and 20 mins at a time, depending on age and stage of development. This regular practice will ensure that they can make the most of their lesson time each week. Please do not encourage your child to play for hours at a time as this may cause physical difficulties and pain when starting out.