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Your Home Address *
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If the student is an adult, please list their occupation. If they're a student, please list the school and grade/year.
Instrument Interest *
Need *
If you answered that the student needs help urgently, soon, or for a commitment in the future, please describe.
How long does the student want to study with me? (If you're only looking to take a few lessons, go to http://jessbaldwin.com/single-lessons instead.)
In general, when is the student available for lessons Mondays-Thursdays? (I don't teach Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, except for occasional single lessons, which you can sign up for at http://jessbaldwin.com/single-lessons )
Students are expected to practice 5-6 days a week. Beginners practice 15 minutes per day. Advanced students practice as much as 2 hours per day. Can the student make a commitment to regular practice? If you are the parent, can you take an active role in helping them keep a practice commitment?
Please describe the perspective student's performance experience. *
Please describe current performing experiences. This can include paid, unpaid, solo, group, church, club, or any other kind of performing.
Please describe what kinds of performing the perspective student would like to do.
Please describe any previous formal training (lessons), including main points that may have been covered during that training.
Any answers given will not prevent them from being accepted into the studio. This knowledge simply allows me to be better informed ahead of time so I can help the student make effective and lasting changes as needed for their instrument.
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