Tuition Fees 2018-2019
Click on the tabs below for private (one-to-one), partner and small group lesson fees, as well as ensemble fees, for tuition at Waltons New School of Music starting the week of 29 April – 4 May 2019 (the beginning of our Third Term).
Enrolment after the start of term (late enrolment) is also possible, subject to teacher and timetable availability. Fees for late enrolling students are pro-rated and depend on the number of lessons remaining in the term.
Tuition fees for group courses and workshops are listed on their individual web pages.
Please note that the school also offers tuition assistance, based on financial need. Go to Tuition Assistance for more information.
Click on the tabs for information.
Private Lesson Fees
|30-minute lessons (10% discount) *||€220|
10% discount (for 30-minute private lessons only) applies to over-65s, unemployed persons, dependent children (under 18) of unemployed persons, third-level students and ‘Lunchtime Lessons’ (see New School Regulations).
Partner • Small Group Lesson Fees
|30-minute partner lessons||€145|
|45-minute partner lessons||€198|
|60-minute partner lessons||€250|
|4-student group lessons (60-minute)||€155|
|3-student group lessons (60-minute)||€186|
|Flute Ensemble (full fee)||€160|
|Flute Ensemble (50% discount) ¹||€80|
|Jazz Ensembles (full fee) ²||€165|
|Jazz Ensembles (discount)||€83|
|Sing Your Heart Out Choir (full fee)||€140|
|Sing Your Heart Out Choir (discount)||€70|
- Students concurrently enrolled for private or group tuition at the school receive a 50% discount off the fees for any New School ensemble. If a student ends his/her tuition but continues with an ensemble, the ensemble will revert to the full fee.
- Jazz Ensemble fees include a ‘materials fee’ for the variety of unique materials produced exclusively for them by the Jazz Ensembles Director, as well as a binder for these materials. The materials include downloadable (and printable) pdf files of concert charts, individual instrumental parts and mp3 files, as well as scales, arpeggios and improvisation exercises, all of which are available to Jazz Ensemble students on an invitation-only Google Site.