Have you ever wanted to play music?

Whether you have dreams of playing in the symphony, taking the lead in a local musical, or just playing around the campfire, our staff of highly trained and experienced teachers can guide you to be the musician you want to be. We have 16 lesson studios, running 7 days per week, ensuring that we can find the perfect time and instructor to fill your needs. Please read below for more information.


Enrollment & Pricing:

All students are to pay a $40 one time fee to cover administrative costs, $80 cap per household, each year. The fee is due upon completion of the enrollment form. Once enrolled, students receive a copy of their teacher's lesson policies as well as a copy of the enrollment form. Lessons range from $23.00 to $30.00 per half hour lesson. Rates are based on instructor's education, musical background, and teaching experience. Call the Brass Bell Lessons Department at (414) 963-1000 for details. 

 

Reserving Lesson Times:

We can temporarily hold a lesson time slot for 48 hours, before a commitment must be made for it through enrollment in our program. Failure to enroll and register for lessons within the 48 hour period forfeits the held lesson time.

 

One Month Commitment:

Lessons are paid for at the beginning of the month, for the month in advance.  This means that the student is committing to, at minimum, four lessons. There is no long-term semester or year-long obligation.

 

Lesson Schedule:

Lessons are regularly one half-hour in length, and are given in one of our sixteen state of the art lesson studios. Students sign up for a regularly scheduled weekly lesson. Teachers are available seven days a week, and lessons are scheduled the following hours:

Mon-Thurs: 2pm - 9pm

Fri: 2pm - 6pm

Sat: 10am - 6pm

Sun: 12pm - 6pm

How can a more experienced teacher benefit you?

Beginners can sometimes be more difficult to teach. An experienced teacher will get students started on the right path to success, ensuring that bad habits are not developed. Instructors with the most expertise will know how to meet a student's needs best, and how to keep them engaged in the learning process. Less experienced teachers may take more time to correct or fix problems, and have more trouble keeping the student's attention and level of interest in their instrument.