Play with Us! Spring lesson enrollment still open.
Lesson Program is expanding to include oboe, clarinet, trumpet, and percussion, as well as string instruments this year!
Playing an instrument helps kids foster a general love of music making, discover their own unique voice for personal expression, and develop many life skills, including responsibility, discipline, concentration, and so much more. The Vermont Youth Orchestra Association’s Lesson Program is designed for students who are interested in learning to play an instrument for the first time, or for young musicians who are continuing to develop their technique. 30, 45, and 60-minute individual lessons are available.
Enroll Today in our Fall 2022 session!
Once we’ve received a completed registration, a staff member will contact you with available lesson times.
Individual private lesson students receive 28 lessons and 2 studio recitals (including accompanist fees).
- $1,200 – 30 minutes ($40/service)
- $1,500 – 45 minutes ($50/service)
- $1,800 – 60 minutes ($60/service)
Please note: Make up lessons will be offered for no more than 2 absences (with at least 24 hours notice) per semester. Additional missed lessons will not be rescheduled.
The VYOA is committed to ensuring that no child is turned away from participating due to financial need. Need-based financial aid is available to all qualifying families with a combined household income up to $120,000 who wish to apply. Financial aid applications for the 2022-23 Lesson Program season are due Friday, August 26, 2022. To learn more about the application and award timeline, please read the financial aid application below. Your most recent tax documents and a $50 deposit will need to accompany your application. Additional questions can be emailed to email@example.com.