The Music Abode Collective began as a private music lesson business and has since grown into much more. Our teachers are in agreement to work together to benefit students with the gift of music in our community. Being in a collective as opposed to a conventional community music school model brings greater financial independence to teachers and encourages more direct and fruitful communication between parents, teachers, and students.
As part of the Collective, teachers are able to pool their resources and skill sets in order to offer highly professional recitals, masterclasses, and outreach events. The Collective also gives teachers and students alike a chance to collaborate and spread the joy of music out in the community through live performance, studio recording opportunities, and much more. Sharing overhead costs as a collective rather than through a third-party private company allows teachers to be more focused on their students. The Collective does not collect fees or membership dues from teachers or students. All of the tuition costs go directly and fully to the teachers.
The Music Abode Collective is a group of like-minded, professional musicians and educators collaborating to offer more individualized, comprehensive music education for our community.
To inquire about lessons and scheduling, click on the instructor who teaches an instrument or skill of interest, and send him/her a message. Each teacher schedules students and are subject to the teacher’s availability and discretion. Each teacher sets his/her own rates and payment schedules and policies.
For general inquiries send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Recitals and Events
The Collective works together to plan events, which are available to all students including but not limited to: recitals, masterclasses, seminars, ensemble coaching, and performance opportunities.
The collective is looking for highly qualified and motivated teachers to join us in our mission. We are interested in candidates who either currently have their own private students and/or would like to grow their studio. To submit to the collective, please provide a cover letter, C.V., and at least three references. At least one reference must be from a student. Send materials to email@example.com