$50 for 30 min lesson

$70 for 45 min lesson

$90 for 1 hour lesson

In special-need circumstances we offer a scholarship discount.

The recording studio rates depend on the nature of the project.

We have the capability to record, mix, and master audio.

Please inquire for more details

If you would like to request a video of the recording session, please let us know and one can be provided for an extra cost determined by the project.


If you live in the greater Princeton area, we will come to you!

If you live outside of the area, please contact us for more info.


The recording studio is located approx 1 mile from downtown Princeton

and can be viewed or booked by appointment only.

Cancellation Policy

24 hour notice free reschedule. No show = full payment.


Pay as you go.

Provide full payment at start or end of each lesson.

We accept cash, check, or Venmo.

Tour/Shows Disclaimer

Being professional musicians, sometimes duty calls to go on the road.

We may be on tour for several days or weeks at a time. We will make sure to communicate with students and parents to reschedule lessons, and in some cases can provide substitutes or video lessons.


Q: Do I need to own own the instrument I am learning?

A: For piano it is required to have at least a 61 key piano/keyboard with a music stand. For drums beginners are required to have a snare practice pad and 5 A drum sticks. If they are serious about playing drum set, an electronic or acoustic set is strongly recommended. For guitar, owning an acoustic or electric guitar is required.

Q: Do you teach beginners?

A: Yes! We love teaching beginners.

Q: What ages do you teach?

A: Generally we teach 8 and older. We are open to teaching younger passionate and inspired children. If you feel your child fits this description, please send us an email and tell us more!

Q: Do you have a teaching space?

A: For drums and piano, yes (Pennington). For guitar and bass, generally no, but in special circumstances we will hold lessons in the recording studio.

Q: Do you teach how to read music?

A: Drums and piano incorporate reading music. However guitar lessons will predominately be taught by ear and by demonstration.