Please tell me a little more about yourself to sign up for your free (no obligation) introductory session today:

    Does the student have any formal experience?:

    Is the student able to read music?

    How old is the student?

    What are the student's short and long term lesson goals?

    What musical styles would the student like to learn?


    Does the student have access to a piano or a keyboard?

    How long would you like the lessons to be?

    What days is the student available to meet?


    What time-frames is the student available to meet?

    Early Morning (before 9 a.m.)Morning (9am-noon)Afternoon (noon-3pm)Late Afternoon (3-6pm)Evening (after 6pm)

    When are you hoping to begin lessons?

    Where can the piano lessons occur?

    Anything else you would like me to know?

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Your Phone Number


    Questions & Answers

    Piano Lessons

    Q. What is the free Introductory Session?

    A. There is no charge for the introductory session. This is an opportunity for us to meet, for you to see the studio, look at the materials, and get answers to any questions you may have about piano lessons, instruments, tuition and scheduling.

    Q. Do you have a standard pricing system for lessons?

    A. Yes

    • $30/lesson per 30 Minute Lesson
    • $45/lesson per 45 Minute Lesson
    • $50/lesson per 60 Minute Lesson
    •  Add $15 per lesson, for lessons out of your home (within 5 mile radius of my studio). 

    Q. What is the minimum age for learning to play piano?

    A. I usually recommend students wait until they are at least 5 years old to play piano.

    Q. Am I ever too old to learn music?

    A. No way. Older students even have some advantages. They tend to know how they learn best, have more discipline in practicing, and a longer attention span.

    Phone: (202) 643-1769

    Email: justin@justineldred.com

    “Music education opens doors that help children pass from school into the world around them – a world of work, culture, intellectual activity, and human involvement. The future of our nation depends on providing our children with a complete education that includes music.”
    – Gerald Ford, Former President of the United States


    Music Lessons in Silver Spring and Takoma Park, Maryland