The University of Redlands offers a community music education and ensemble program that includes private instruction. General information about this program can be found at http://www.redlands.edu/academics/school-of-music/csma.aspx.
The program offers undergraduate, instructor, graduate and artist teacher levels of instruction. The prices vary according to the level of the instructor. The "undergraduate instructor" is currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Music Degree program. The "instructor" has completed their Bachelors of Music and is enrolled as a graduate student working on a higher degree. The "graduate instructor" has completed a graduate degree or is currently an instructor for the university's School of Music. The "artist instructor" is the highest level instructor at the university.
The university offers 30 minute lessons which range in cost from approximately $15-30 depending on the level of the instructor. They offer 45 minute lessons which range in cost from approximately $25-35 depending on the level of the instructor. They also offer 60 minute lessons which range in cost from approximately $30-40 again depending on the level of the instructor. Please note that they do not necessarily have every level of instructor on every instrument all of the time. The availability of the different levels of instructors is based on the universities enrollment for each semester.
Lessons are given at the University of Redlands School of Music facilities.
For specific information for instructor level availability and cost for your instrument please contact Krista Ordaz. She can be reached at the Community School at CSMA@redlands.edu, firstname.lastname@example.org, or (909) 748-8844 (CSMA).