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We offer four different tiers of instructors as listed
below. These levels do not indicate the level of the student but only
of the experience level of the instructor. We accept students of all
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Current Bachelor of Music undergraduate students in the University of Delaware School of Music that have been carefully selected for their musicianship and ability to teach. These instructors are gifted and supervised. It can be an inspiring experience for young, beginning musicians to have an enthusiastic, talented instructor who isn’t too much older than they are.
Current Master of Music graduate students and Bachelor of Music graduates with at least one year of experience.
Professional instructors with at least three years of experience and Masters of Music graduates with at least two years of experience. Online lessons available for summer.
Professional, performing musicians and University of Delaware faculty. Those wishing to study at this level will be asked to audition to ensure proper placement.
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