Gwinnett Academy of Music
About this pro
Gwinnett Academy is dedicated to creating an atmosphere that promotes both the education of music and the fulfillment it can bring. Our faculty is well-trained in the many aspects of the music industry, from performance and technique to the theory behind it all. We invite you to become part of our exciting musical family.
LocationSnellville, GA 30078
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Lessons are typically provided for 30mins once a week. Tuition is due in full for the entire month by midnight of the 5th of each month. After which, there is a $20 late fee. Students may choose a fixed rate plan for the Spring, Summer, Fall semesters or for the entire year. Monthly rates for this plan are calculated based on the number of lessons provided for the chosen time period. Only lessons missed with a 24hour notice are able to get a makeup lesson. Lessons missed without 24hour notice will be made up at the teacher's discretion.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Teaching musical skills and techniques in fun and exciting ways. Students can learn proper techniques and skills on piano, guitar, drums and voice. Students may also enroll in a theory as a stand alone course. Typically, Gwinnett Academy holds two recitals per year, giving students the opportunity to showcase what they've learned over a period of time. The holiday recital is usually held close to Christmas time and the Spring recital is typically held in late April, early march and has a more laid-back theme. Participating in recitals is not mandatort, but to increase performance skills, it is greatly encouraged.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?Piano and Vocal instructor and the founder and owner of Gwinnett Academy of Music, Nydia Kelly, recently published a Music Math Workbook. The workbook is full of mathematical equations using musical notation and is deaigned to help both music and general education students alike. Users go through 100 addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, radicals, exponents, algebra and combination equations, substituting the correct numerical values for each musical notation. Music Math:Workbook volume I is available via amazon.com and it's affiliates. Copies may also be found at Gwinnett Academy's physical location.