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- Styles: Classical Music, Pop, Rock, Jazz
- Suitability: All ages and all levels
WHETHER YOU’RE FIVE OR SEVENTY-FIVE, WE BELIEVE EVERYONE IS MUSICAL!
Lewis Eady Music School is New Zealand’s largest independent music educator, teaching instrumental music to students of all ages and levels of progress.
We believe that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to learning so tuition is tailored to each individual. We teach all genres of music – classical, pop, rock, jazz and we recognise that each student has different aspirations for their musical journey.
Our teachers are motivated, committed, musically qualified and love sharing their knowledge – musicians teaching music! Together with our efficient support team, you can be sure you will be welcomed and looked after.
Our Music School is located at 75 Great South Road, Epsom. Lessons take place on weekdays and Saturdays. We also teach music at St Paul’s College, Richmond Road, Ponsonby (Saturdays only) and at Te Oro in Glen Innes. All ages and stages welcome! We offer individual tuition in a wide range of instruments and teach all styles – classical, jazz and contemporary music and offer a full range of instruments including those listed below:
- Guitar minimum age year 3 at school
- Piano minimum age year 1 at school
- Ukulele minimum age year 2 at school
- Singing minimum age year 3 at school
- Drum kit minimum age year 4 at school
- Violin minimum age year 1 at school
- Recorder minimum age year 2 at school
- Music Theory minimum age year 2 at school
- Clarinet minimum age year 4 at school
- Flute minimum age year 4 at school
- Saxophone minimum age year 4 at school
- Trumpet minimum age year 4 at school
- Trombone minimum age year 4 at school
- Bass Guitar minimum age year 6 at school
We teach a variety of instruments at Te Oro, Glen Innes. To enrol for lessons there, please contact Te Oro directly firstname.lastname@example.org
TERM FEES: Individual (one-on-one) $350 based on a 10 week term
LESSON DURATION: 30 minutes
Whether you are looking to enrol yourself for the first time, to improve your current playing level, or to re-discover a hidden talent, our team of teachers are here to help! Lessons take place on weeknights and Saturdays at our Music School on 75 Great South Road, Epsom. We also teach at St Paul’s College, Ponsonby on Saturdays!
We teach all styles – classical, jazz and contemporary music and offer a full range of instruments.
TERM FEES: Individual (one-on-one) $350 per term based on a 10 week term
LESSON DURATION: 30 minutes
We have something on offer for every budding musicians. Watch this space!
2020 TERM DATES
- TERM 1 – 10 February to 9 April – Great South Road lessons start 3 February
- TERM 2 – 28 April to 4 July – no lessons 30 May – 1 June (Queens Birthday)
- TERM 3 – 20 July to 26 September
- TERM 4 – 12 October to 11 December – no lessons 24-26 October (Labour Weekend), Great South Road lessons finish 19 December
More than 300 students (adults and children) have their music lessons each week at our Music School (situated above our Retail Showroom on 75 Great South Road). Most lessons are one-on-one although there is facility for group or paired lessons in some cases.
Once your lesson time has been confirmed it remains your exclusive reserved lesson time for the rest of the year unless you advise us in writing that you no longer wish to have music lessons. Your lessons are tailored to suit your requirements so we recommend that you take the time to discuss the ‘desired outcome’ of your music lessons with your tutor at your first lesson.
Mid-year self assessment certificates are completed by each student (except adult students) with guidance from their music tutor in Terms 2 and 3. A student report will be completed by your tutor at the last lesson in Term 4. Parents are welcome to observe their child’s lesson from time to time.
Read more Frequently Asked Questions on our website.
MEET OUR TEACHERS
We are very proud of our teaching team of more than 40! Each is a talented and committed musician who loves sharing their musical knowledge. You’ll find a bio and photo of every teacher (returning faces and new faces) on our website.
“I have loved going back to piano lessons after thirty years! I learned piano as a child and although I only learned for a couple of years it was amazing how much I remembered as an adult when I took up lessons again. I enjoy working on new pieces every week and look forward to my lesson. With two young children around I find that playing the piano in the home brings a lot of joy and fun. It also provides me with a different and creative focus. I would highly recommend taking up any instrument as an adult!”
Fiona Mogridge (piano student)
“I just wanted to tell you how much my son has improved this year with you as his teacher. He is really inspired to learn and practice - probably because he is learning songs that he likes! It has made a huge difference to his enthusiasm for guitar and it is great to see him practicing just because he wants to. So thank you for your wonderful teaching skills.”