Studio Instruction (Individual Music Lessons)

The Hendrix College Music Department offers private applied music instruction in piano, organ, voice, and standard orchestral and band instruments to all students, including beginners. Weekly half hour lessons are available to all students without audition; admission to hour lessons requires an audition with the music faculty.  Some 45 minute beginning classes may be formed at the discretion of the instructors.

Fees for music instruction are $150 per semester for half hour lessons and $300 per semester for hour lessons.  These fees are waived for students holding music scholarships. Students enrolled in half hour lessons earn .25 course credit per semester, and those enrolled in hour lessons earn .50 course credit per semester.  The College has a limited number of instruments which can be provided to students enrolled in applied lessons and ensembles.

Applied music lessons may be used to meet the Expressive Arts learning domain and to earn Odyssey Artistic Creativity credit.

Studio Teachers

Norman Boehm, piano
Ansley Fleming, organ
John Krebs, piano

Chris Baker, violin
Dan Cline, cello
Jim Hatch, double bass
Karen Griebling, viola

Linda Austin

 Woodwinds, Brass, and Percussion
Robert Anderson, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon
Evan Barr, percussion
Lorraine Duso, oboe
Karen Fannin, low brass
Carole Herrick, trumpet and horn
Barry McVinney, jazz combos, saxophone
Liana Tyson, flute