We offer summer music lessons for most instruments, including:
Lessons are one-on-one, private and primarily offered in Worcester, at All Saints Church*. Some openings may be available in W. Boylston.
* 2nd / 3rd floors: If you have a disability that impacts your ability to use stairs, please let us know prior to registering.
We begin summer private lesson registration during April and May.
STEP 1: If you are NEW to Pakachoag and interested in summer lessons, please begin by clicking on the button below to complete the Student Information Form. Or, please contact the office to review your needs at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-791-8159.Summer Lesson Inquiry Form
STEP 2: The 2nd part of the process is for us to work with you to identify a teacher, taking into consideration schedule needs. Once a teacher is selected, we will send you a Teacher Schedule & Lesson Registration form which will allow you to choose which weeks you are selecting for lessons. Tuition can be calculated using that form.
Please note, we are unable to provide refunds or credits for summer lessons once your registration form is submitted and processed.
Your summer tuition is calculated by multiplying the number of selected lessons x the per lesson amount of:
We ask for summer lesson payment upon registration.
Financial Aid may be available pending available funds. Please call us at 508-791-8159 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Schedules are arranged according to teacher availability and provide flexibility with regard to number of lessons selected and with regard to family vacation weeks when planned in advance. We are usually able to accommodate schedule needs, with most summer lessons scheduled during the afternoon and early evening hours.
Summer private lesson schedules are arranged separately from school year schedules. For currently enrolled students, this means assigned times are likely to differ from your school year lesson time.
Please be sure to include your summer schedule availability as requested on the lesson registration form so that we can work to schedule accordingly.
This New York Times article explains how the lessons of music can last a life-time even if you only play for a few years.