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How much do you pay for piano lessons for your children?

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waitingfornaru Fri 23-Sep-11 15:05:57

Just purchased a baby grand with the idea of hiring it's use out to tutors, ie they offer lessons from my home using my piano and I take a small cut of their fees or they teach my children for free.

Does this seem like a daft idea?

And how much do you pay for piano lessons?

Thanks ladies smile

cat64 Fri 23-Sep-11 17:30:33

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Dancergirl Fri 23-Sep-11 17:59:28

I don't think it would work tbh. Piano teachers either teach in their own homes and have their own piano to use usually. Or sometimes they travel to pupils homes but they would expect them to have a piano.

My dds don't learn any more but we were paying £10 for a half hour lesson. But that was really cheap! Probably around £20 is closer to the mark.

Octaviapink Fri 23-Sep-11 18:14:22

Piano teachers teach in their own homes. I mean, they're pianists - they have pianos.

SouthernandCross Fri 23-Sep-11 18:16:36

I'm not sure it would work either? Maybe you could hire it out for exams though?
FWIW we pay £22/ hour for a lesson.

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