Summer Lessons

  • I will close registration on Monday 5/20.

    Summer Band Lessons

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    Up-To-Date Lesson Schedule
    As the end of school draws nearer and our thoughts turn to summer activities, it means that we also need to think about how we can maintain your or your child's playing ability throughout the summer and into the next school year.
    The gaps between 5th-6th and 6th-7th grades are the most crucial to maintain over the break.  Most students want to put the instrument in the closet and forget about it until August but that often means that they loose the playing skills that have been developed through the last month or even the last semester.  A 30 minute lesson along with a weekly practice regimen will help maintain the playing ability or even improve it.
    Students that are interested in trying out for Honor Bands (All-State, NWIBA HS or MS) are auditioned in the fall and NEED to begin working on the audition materials (solos, etudes & scales) as soon as possible to have the best possibility of having a successful audition.
    Where: I give lessons in either the Sioux Central (M/W/TH) or the Albert City (T) undetermined location due to construction.
    When: Lessons begin on Monday, June 3rd and end on Thursday, June 27th.
    I do lessons from 8:00am to 4:00pm every week in June on Monday through Thursday.  
    Sign-Up: To sign-up for summer lessons simply fill out the paper form that your child brings home (or is available below) OR complete an online version of the form above.  Please have the form submitted to me by Friday, May 10th.  I will work to have a schedule posted on my website and in paper form by May 17th.
    Communication: I will use remind101 and this website to communicate any changes to the lesson schedule or if I have to cancel/reschedule a lesson suddenly. 
    How to enroll:
    Cell Phone - text @scsumless to 81010 or (415) 639-9110.  
    Email - send a blank email to -