- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
I offer multiple options for lessons including KiddyKeys Preschool Piano Program, KidzRock classes, group lessons, and private lessons! Contact me for the best option for you or your child! Prices range from $125 for 6 weeks of group lessons. Monthly subscription for weekly lessons is $182 for 30 minutes, $273 for 45 minutes and $363 for 60 minutes.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I enjoy meeting new students. Schedule your first lesson today by going to my website and registering. Then you can access the Studio Calendar. Any open time slot can be your time! I'm the only Legacy Licensed KiddyKeys instructor in the State Of Kentucky! Preschool children ages 3-5 enjoy learning about music and applying it to the Piano. Then for ages 5-7 I offer KiddyKeys Plus Classes which is a fantastic integration into private lessons.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Christina Bronaugh Mrs. Bronaugh holds a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of North Texas with a Piano Pedagogy Certification and a Master’s in Piano Performance from the University of Kentucky. She has taught preschool through University students in General Music, Yamaha Music in Education piano course, Choir, Band, Music Theory, Music Technology and Drama. She has been teaching private and class piano for 50 years and has maintained her own studio since 1980. She has been involved with the National Guild of Piano Teachers since the 1980’s and a guild Judge since 1982. She is the current President of the Bluegrass Area Music Teachers Association as well as a previous President and founding member. She teaches The Ultimate Music Theory classes and is the only Legacy Licensed KiddyKeys Teacher in Kentucky. She has performed most of her career, including various performances in both classical and popular styles. A few of her noteworthy performances include; the National Association of Jazz Educators National Conference, the Fort Worth Symphony, the half-time show for the Dallas Cowboys, The Temptations, the Kentucky Music Educators Association Junior High State Honors Choir accompanist and various local and regional performances. Her students have achieved many successes including University Music Graduates, signed professional musicians in Nashville, Los Angeles, and local performing musicians. She lives in Lexington with her son and their four Pomskies, where she enjoys teaching her current students, gardening and hiking.