Only students will be permitted into Ms. Blair’s home, and are instructed to arrive or be dropped off no more than five minutes before the lesson, and to be picked up at the conclusion of the lesson.
A calendar of all lessons will be provided for students and parents.
Payment must be made prior to each lesson. If not, payment must be received within 48 hours in order for the next lesson to take place. Payment can be made monthly (preferred) or weekly.
Checks should be made payable to: Lisa Blair-Hawkins.
Lesson Guidelines & Cancellation Policy
Make up lessons will only be provided as the schedule permits, and only if deemed necessary by Ms.Blair. Students may exchange lessons with another student if a conflict arises or they may take advantage of a vacancy created by another student. Please inform Ms. Blair prior to the affected lessons.
If cancelling a lesson, please leave a message or contact Ms. Blair at least 24 hours in advance and before 3:00 p.m. in order to avoid payment for and forfeit of a lesson time. Also, frequent absences will result in dismissal.
LATE IS LOSS. If the student arrives at the lesson late, only the remainder of the lesson will be taught and the time will be forfeited. It is impossible to ask other students to alter their schedules to allow one student to be tardy.
As a professional musician and clinician, occasions may arise which will require that the schedule be altered. The cooperation and support of both the student and the parent are respectfully requested in these matters. If the instructor finds it necessary to cancel scheduled lessons, those lessons will not be rescheduled by the instructor unless a mutually convenient time is possible.
All students must have the proper lesson materials at each lesson. These materials include: a three ring, 1″ notebook with pockets; any assigned supplementary materials, recordings, and music; other materials related to vocal study which are pertinent to the situation (i.e. audition pieces, solos, scholarship information, etc.)
There will be at least two recitals scheduled during the year, as well as workshops and performances, and informal master classes offered. Parents, family and friends are encouraged to attend each event.