I look forward to beginning lessons with you/your child. I offer weekly 30, 45, & 60 minute lessons. As a traveling music teacher, I provide the convenience of teaching my students in their homes.

Teaching Philosophy

Every student is unique. Every student responds differently to music. And every student deserves a positive music education experience that blends their learning method and musical style. As your teacher, I will come alongside you in your musical journey and help cultivate a love for music. In addition, I aim to teach life lessons in professionalism, responsibility, work ethic, and integrity – all while mastering your instrument!

My teaching style combines classical technique with modern methods. I believe that music lessons should be fun, and I make sure that my students learn in an environment that is uplifting and motivating.


What can you expect from me?

  • Specially tailored lesson plans that promote a successful pace for each student
  • Positive, constructive teaching style
  • An encouraging learning environment
  • Honest feedback on student progress

What do I expect from my students?

  • A respectful, positive learning attitude
  • Dedication to practice
  • Well-prepared music and completed assignments for each lesson
  • Open communication with me about progress and expectations

Tuition Information

Tuition must be paid in full at the first lesson of each month.

Payment will be online via my website.

What does my tuition pay for?

  • Lesson time
  • Travel
  • Preparation for each lesson
  • Printed materials

(Please Note: book fees and recital fees are not included in the tuition)

Tuition Rates

At the beginning of the semester, we will discuss how many lessons you need. Then you can add the number of lessons you need on my website and pay there. 

  • 30 minute lesson:  $75 per lesson
  • 45 minute lesson:  $100 per lesson
  • 60 minute lesson:  $130 per lesson


All lessons will be paid for, regardless of attendance. No make-up lessons, refunds, or discounts will be provided for students who miss lessons. The tuition paid reserves an exclusive weekly time for the student. Unlike certain other professions, the teacher cannot resell that time nor can the teacher create extra teaching time in which to give lessons. Parents and students are therefore requested to choose a lesson day/time which works consistently with their schedule.

Any lesson that the teacher has to cancel will be made up.

Students who are ill should not come to lessons. The teacher reserves the right to send a student home if they arrive ill and/or are contagious to others.

Missed lesson time may be made up in other ways beneficial to the student. 

Badie Khaleghian