Psalm 150 Music Studios
Psalm 150 Music Studios
In the lesson, the student will learn to play songs from notes and chords.
o Outside of lessons, the student is expected to practice 10-30 minutes daily depending on length of lesson to reiterate what is learned in lessons and grow as a musician. Lesson Availabilities (times may change due to teacher having other students and obligations) o Lesson times are a first come, first serve
We love gifting the power of music to all ages.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
Depending on the student, we help them go through the music alphabet and how it relates to their specific instrument and we start playing a song with notes.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Hannah Bransom, the owner, has her Associates degree from Alvin Community College in Music Instrumental- Guitar Emphasis and is going to Texas Woman's University to get a Bachelor's degree in Music Therapy.
She has been playing guitar since 2007, and picked up bass and ukulele in 2017.
Cassidy Potts has been singing since she was a child and is also going to Texas Woman's University to get a Bachelor's degree in Music Therapy. She has been singing classically since 2006 and has lots of experiance in many ensembles and solo performances.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
o Individual Lessons- Instrumental (1 Student):
§ 30 minutes: $15
§ 60 minutes: $30
o Family Group Lessons- Instrumental (2 students, for group lessons that are 2+ there is a $5 charge per student. If there are 3 for a 30 minutes lesson, then the lesson is $25, if four students, then $30.):
§ 30 minutes: $20
§ 60 minutes: $35
o Group Lessons- Instrumental (non-family)
§ 30 minutes: $12 per student
§ 60 minutes: $24 per student
How did you get started teaching?
Hannah started in 2016 ago to help with the cost of going to college. So far, she has had 10 students since then!
Cassidy is not as experianced at teaching voice, but is excited to get started! She has taught three students throught her college career and enjoy helping people learn to love something that is so dear to her.
What types of students have you worked with?
Hannah loves working with children of all ages and Cassidy loves working with all ages.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
Hannah volunteered with a music program called La Rondalla that provides free guitar, bass, drums and piano lessons to kids that can't afford it.
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
To be patient. Learning music can be very hard to those who do not know anything.
What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?
What kind of music do they want to learn (classical, pop, rock, etc.)