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Private instruction is available for children and adults at all levels:
beginner, intermediate and advanced. For children enrolled in a
school band or orchestra program, private instruction can be the difference
between a growing love of music and a quick loss of interest.
Musicians at all levels can benefit from private study with the right
Private study lessons can be 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length. Everyone
should begin with and register for 30-minute lessons unless you are an existing
UDCMS private study student who has worked out an arrangement with your private
Enrolled students may add lessons beyond their original registration by
contacting the CMS office.
Information regarding our Suzuki programs
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You must register for each session separately, but it is possible to prorate
a session if you want to start after a session has already begun by contacting the CMS
When private lessons are taught in person, instruction must be done in the Amy du Pont Music Building or the Center of the Arts on the University of Delaware campus.
After registration is complete, a private study
instructor will be assigned for new students. Returning students should
note their instructor in the registration process. A couple of weeks
before the beginning of each session, the private study instructor will contact
you directly to establish a mutually convenient day and time for lessons.
It is important to include a working email in the registration process to
enable easy communication between student and teacher.
Students must provide their own instrument (except for piano) and
have access to a practice instrument (including piano). UDCMS does not
rent or sell instruments nor provide space or instruments for practice
purposes. There are several local companies that have instrument
purchase and rental programs.