FAQ

Thank you again for your interest in Rogers School of Music!

We would love to have you take lessons at our school.
Our lessons are $35 for each 30 minute lesson, and you would come once a week. We offer lessons 7 days a week, from as early as 9 am and as late as 8:30 pm.
We also offer optional recitals twice a year. The recitals are always optional, and never a requirement. However, we do encourage our students to perform, because our students always seem to have a great time showcasing their skills and getting a full stage experience!

Rogers School of Music parents also enjoy our Musical Ladder System, which helps them know how their child is doing with fun musical achievement tests taken in the student’s lesson every 90 days or so. These are similar to karate belt tests.

Our students, upon passing, receive FREE trophies and wristbands. There are NO fees to our clients for this service, and we are the only school in the area that offers it. Parents love our Musical Ladder System, and it’s sure to bring a smile of accomplishment to your child!

We have a rolling admission, so you can start at any time. 

To start, just call us at 763-670-8882 or fill out this form!

Here is more information about the different instruments that we offer:

Piano
Our piano teachers teach a variety of styles from classical to popular music. Whether you want to learn a classical sonatina, rock chords, or popular sheet music, our teachers are happy to help you become the pianist you want to be. Our piano faculty will show you the fundamentals of sight reading, technique and theory, but they will also incorporate your favorite songs into your lessons. Our piano teachers have warm personalities and enjoy sharing their love for the piano with you.

Drums
Our drum instructors will teach rock, metal, jazz, funk, blues and many other styles. Drum language can be complex and our instructors will challenge any drummer with a wide variety of technical exercises designed to improve your speed and comfort. All drummers may bring in their favorite drum parts to learn in their lessons and theory is encouraged. You do not have to purchase a drum kit to take lessons. Beginning students can learn with a drum pad and sticks for about $40.00. Students use our drum set at their lessons and do not have to bring anything except their drum sticks and a notebook. We also offer Percussion Lessons, which is a wonderful addition to any school band program, rock band, or worship band.

Guitar, Bass, and Ukulele
Our guitar teachers teach rock, blues, metal, country and classical guitar lessons on electric and acoustic guitars. Beginner students can expect to work on chords, simple songs and melodies, sight reading, and theory. We balance musicianship and fun by making sure that each lesson you are challenged with a new technical or theory concept, but always end with something fun such as your favorite riff or song. We use a variety of guitar method books to accomplish this and encourage students to bring CD’s or their iPod to their lesson to learn their favorite tunes. Our teachers can even help you with guitar repair: such as the set up of your guitar or replacing your strings!

Violin, Viola, and Cello
Our string instructors will teach all styles of music, from learning to play by ear to reading music. If you want to play classical music or the fiddle, we have a teacher for you. Students can be as young as 5 years old, or younger with the teacher’s approval. Our students love learning the fundamentals, as well as incorporating your favorite songs into their lessons. Our violin teachers have friendly personalities and love working with children and teens and adults!

Voice
Our private voice teachers primarily focus on popular music and musical theatre songs. If you have always wanted to be a better rock, pop, country, jazz, gospel, theatre, or R&B singer, then we have the right voice teachers for you! Voice students spend time each week doing physical exercises to improve their vocal range, ear training, breath control, vibrato, tone production, enunciation and more. All voice students set goals with their teacher to work on sounding like their favorite recording artists, preparing for a theatre audition, or if they prefer, to develop their own unique voice.