TYPES OF LESSONS
During private lessons many areas of music education are covered, including: music theory, writing, technique, timing, dynamics, tuning, and stamina, as well as playing along to your favorite artists.
PRIVATE LESSONS + GROUP CLASSES
By signing up for private lessons, students are encouraged to join our group classes. These classes are aimed to get our students from their "beginner" stage to having the ability to learn their favorite songs, rehearse them in a group setting, and eventually perform these songs live.
During these classes students come together as a band and practice songs for upcoming public performances throughout the year as well as explore other aspects of music that they would not likely encounter in private lessons.
Note: Students are required to be in private lessons for at least one month before joining group classes.
EXPERIENCE PURE ROCK, Free
Yep, your first 30-minute private lesson is free.
PRICING & Packages
Private LESSON PACKAGES
SILVER PACKAGE (4 LESSONS): $120.00
GOLD PACKAGE (12 LESSONS): $344.00
PLATINUM PACKAGE (24 LESSONS): $668.00
*can combine 2 instruments
SILVER PACKAGE (4 LESSONS): $196.00
GOLD PACKAGE (12 LESSONS): $573.00
PLATINUM PACKAGE (24 LESSOSN): $1,096.00
Family discount: 10% off for 2 or more students from the same family. Only applicable on Silver Packages. Families can purchase
multiple Silver Packages at one time.
PER SESSION: $130.00 due on or before first class meets.
This is a 4-month session that includes: 8 group classes held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month. This session’s paticipants will also be invited to join our scheduled performances throughout that 4-month time frame.
Performances in the past have included: Thursday's on 1st and 3rd, Mayo Civic Center, The Wicked Moose, and right here at our amazing facility!
Youth Class 1:00 -2:30pm
Teen Class 3:00-4:30pm
Adult Class 5:00-6:30pm
SPECIALTY GROUP CLASSES
SINGLE CLASS: $15.00
These classes typically meet once or twice a month and are scheduled monthly. Throughout the class we offer performances.
Options of all shapes & sizes
The guitar is a medium string instrument that is played with either your fingers or a pick. It is commonly used in most genres from pop music to rock and is great for playing chords or for stepping out to perform hair-raising solos. It commonly has six strings, but many guitars also have additional strings to increase range.
The bass guitar is a large string instrument that can be played with a pick or your fingers. It is mostly used to play low notes and gives depth to the band. It also lends strength to the rhythm section of a group. The bass usually has four strings, but some basses have more than that.
The drum set it a group of five (typically) percussive instruments played together in various patterns. The goal is to keep the beat and create a rhythm for the band to follow. PRS offers two drum lesson rooms and teaches all styles of drumming.
Singing is the act of making musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune. By helping you understand own individual voice and range, PRS can give you the skills needed to sing your favorite songs with confidence.
A large keyboard musical instrument with a wooden case enclosing a soundboard and metal strings, which are struck by hammers when the keys are depressed. The strings' vibration is stopped by dampers when the keys are released, and it can be regulated for length and volume by two or three pedals. PRS also offer electronic (digital piano lessons).
The mandolin is a small string instrument that is mainly played with a pick. It plays very high notes and can be used for soloing as well as accompaniment. It works well in bluegrass, country, and folk music. Most mandolins have eight strings that are very close together.
The banjo is a medium string instrument that is either plucked or picked. It is traditionally used in folk, bluegrass, and country music, but has found homes in many other genres as well. It is played in many different tunings and is typically an accompanying instrument. Most banjos have five strings, though some have only four.
The ukulele is a small string instrument that comes from Hawaii. It looks like a very small guitar, but only has four strings instead of six. It plays very high notes and is usually plucked with the fingers. It is typically very pleasant sounding due to its nylon strings.