A survey for private music teachers in the USA

How much do you charge for lessons?

This is probably your most common question from your potential clients. And there’s not one right way to figure this out.

What is the average price of private music lessons in your area?

Did you ever wonder if you were charging enough? Or too much? Or what’s fair? Or should I raise my rates and how would I do that?

I’ve searched far and wide and there’s not a lot of information out there on this.   So I’ve created a poll.

It’s just a few questions and you could fill it out in less than 2 minutes.  The 8 questions are simple and ask about lesson length, rate, age of students, etc.

Here’s the poll:

Create your own user feedback survey

Here’s a link if you prefer to fill out the survey at SurveyMonkey.

I will share the results before the end of the year.

And if you have a teacher friend, please forward this to them as the more we get the more useful the results.

 

 

Author: Andrew Ingkavet

Andrew Ingkavet is an educator, author and entrepreneur.
His belief that learning a musical instrument builds skills vital to success in life has led to a thriving music school in Brooklyn, NY. Internationally, Andrew helps music teachers with the Musicolor Method, an online curriculum/training as well as a 5 star-rated book,The Game of Practice: with 53 Tips to Make Practice Fun. He is also founder of 300 Monks, a music licensing company.

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