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Why price is the most important factor for private music teachers

Pricing Your Teaching Services

Pricing your music teaching services is one of the trickiest parts of running your business.

Low Price

Price yourself too low and you may not be able to pay your bills.  Plus, your perceived value is lower.  Why is this teacher so much cheaper than the others?  Maybe they’re not as good.

High Price

Price yourself too high and you risk not getting enough customers.  You may find yourself priced out of the market you are in.  

When I started teaching music as a teenager, it was easy.  I would charge $5 for a half hour lesson because that was half my week’s allowance!  Pretty great!  

An Art And A Science

Here’s the thing:  pricing is part art and part science.