CULTIVATING THE TOTAL MUSICIAN
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PROGRAMS
  • Art Classes
  • Brass Instruments
  • Drum Lessons
  • Guitar Lessons
  • Piano Lessons
  • Violin Lessons
  • Voice Lessons
  • Clarinet, Flute & Saxophone Lessons
  • *CAMPS!*
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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Individual Lessons: Voice, Piano/Keyboard, Brass, Violin, Drums, Wood Winds, Guitar
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Monthly Billing is calculated based on the number of lessons in the month. The number of lessons in the month may vary depending on the day of the week a lesson occurs. CTM Studios does not bill for regularly scheduled lessons occurring on official CTM Studios holidays* when the center is closed. Payment must be made by the 1st of the month to cover all regularly scheduled lessons for that month and to reserve your day, time slot and instructor. Payment may be made via check or credit card. A student enrolling after the start of the month will be billed on a prorated basis. The total will be calculated based on the number of lessons remaining in the month.

Clients paying via credit card will have the option to make a one-time payment or have the payment set up for a recurring credit card charge for each successive month.
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You will be sent an email reminder on the 16th of the month advising of the upcoming charge. Clients must notify CTM Studios by the 25th of the month if they do not want to continue instruction in the next month. Notification may be made either by completing a Discontinuing Enrollment Form at CTM Studios, sending written notification (email is acceptable) to CTM Studios or calling. Without proper notification by the 25th of the month, the credit card will be automatically charged on the 1st of the month for that month's regularly scheduled lessons. The amount charged may vary from month to month, depending on the number of lessons scheduled in the month.

Use of Personal Information
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The information you provide will be used for internal purposes only and will never be shared with third parties.

Photographs, Audio & Video Recordings, and Promotional Materials
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Please note that CTM Studios may from time to time photograph or make audio or video recordings of students for the purposes of advertising, promoting and increasing awareness of CTM Studios. By signing this document, clients hereby give their permission for CTM Studios to photograph and make such audio and video recordings of the students. CTM Studios will own the copyright of such photographs and audio and video recordings and as such may publish the same in any medium. (You may decline photographs, audio and video recordings with a written letter.)

Leaving Child on Premises/Personal Injury
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CTM Studios shall not be liable for any accident, injury, loss, theft, or damage which may be sustained by a parent or student on the CTM Studios premises. Children under the age of 12 who are being picked up and dropped off for CTM Studios programs or events are to be escorted to and from the reception desk at the site and/or to a staff member. CTM Studios is not responsible for musical instruments or any personal belongings left on the premises.

Off Campus Events
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Occasionally CTM Studios holds functions such as recital performances off-site. It is the responsibility of the student/parent to obtain transportation to such events, unless otherwise notified. Children at off-site events must be accompanied by an adult at all times. CTM Studios is not liable for any personal injury, or property damage arising as a result of child's participation in an off-site activity.

Individual Lessons
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Students enrolled in individual lessons are permitted one excused absence and make-up lesson per month. For a missed lesson to be "excused" the student/parent must notify the school in writing (email is permissible) by the close of business the day before the scheduled lesson. Make-up lessons must be scheduled within 30 days of the original lesson date. CTM Studios cannot guarantee that make-up lessons will be taught by the student's regular instructor.
There will be no refunds or make-ups for absences without proper notification.

Ear Plugs
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The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) states that hearing protection should be worn by those exposed to sound levels exceeding 85 dBa for periods of 8 hours or more (85 dBa is roughly equivalent to the sound of heavy traffic). In order to minimize the risk of hearing loss, students may wish to use earplugs, both inside the studio and during concerts. Ear plugs are available from the B2R staff or can be supplied by the student.
   

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