Frequently Asked Questions
Although we offer debit and cash transactions for our book purchases, you are not able to pay for your classes by cash
unless you would like to pay for the entire term as a lump sum.
In fairness to the teachers who are committing their time for your class, we ask that you visit us ahead of your lesson, or provide us with credit card information over the phone, to pay for your demonstration class.
Muzart requires a 30-day withdrawal notice from our programs. This means that, after giving notice of withdrawal and completing the withdrawal forms, you will remain enrolled for the next 30 days, after which your account will no longer be billed.
We do not hold spots. Your spot is secured once you have enrolled and payment has been received.
Registration for the fall term begins in the beginning of May. We recommend that students with requests for specific
teachers and/or times register as soon as possible because we are unable to hold spots without a completed registration
and payment info.
Yes! You can enter our programs at any time during the year, even if you’ve missed September altogether. You will then be signed up from the time you start until the end of the term ( end of June, or end of August if the summer term.)
We begin our summer registration in April. During the summer term (July to August), Muzart is open
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:00pm – 8:00pm.
For the protection and privacy of our instructors, we do not give out the personal contact information of our teachers. If you need to contact your teacher for something related to your, or your child’s, lessons, please call or email reception and they will be happy to pass your message along for you ASAP!
Although many students begin their lessons without yet owning their own instruments, having an instrument to practice
on at home is crucial to musical development and learning. For pianists, a simple keyboard is more than fine for beginner students. For guitar and drums, your instructor can help you figure out what kind of instrument you need and will be able to give recommendations on where to buy one.
Yes, we do allow transfers between immediate family members (meaning spouse, sibling, parents) without penalty if the same method of payment applies. However, if there is a change in payment method or amount (due to a change in lesson day, or type of class), there may be some monetary differences – please talk to reception if this is your case.
The Muzart end-of-term recital usually falls on a saturday in June – subscribe below for more information.
Muzart offers private lessons in piano, guitar, voice, drums, violin and art. We also offer group lessons in art. Our under6
program offers group music and art lessons for younger children.