(321)-984-2470
MARION MUSIC CO.
4970 STACK BLVD #B-3 MELBOURNE, FLORIDA 32901
Music Teaching Staff
John Bridges
321-698-9628
Guitar, Bass, Drums, Songwriting
Jan Brownlee
321-652-3454
F Horn, Piano, Brass
Sharon Evans
321-951-8788
Violin
Doug Grover
321-720-6714
Drums and Percussion thepercussionschool@gmail.com
Austin Hicks
863-605-4032
Cello, Piano, Bass
Joe Hunt
321-557-5301
Guitar, Ukulele
Libby Kahn
321-676-5469
Autoharp
Linda Loeper
321-327-7328
Piano, Flute
Jim Lynch
321-768-0934
Drums and Percussion
Linda Marks
321-427-0361
Piano, Keyboard, Theory
Monroe Poole
732-895-6405
Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Music Theory, Recording Software
Angelica Ramirez
321-750-8733
Cello
Ash Reeder
321-917-4415
Fiddle, Violin, Guitar, Mandolin, Bass, Harmonica
Ariel Ridenbur
321-759-3654
Trumpet, Trombone, Violin, Flugelhorn, Piano
Esther Roberts
321-432-2810
Violin
James Rossi
321-505-6725
Piano, Organ, Voice
Chuck Van Riper
321-223-1962
Guitar, Music Theory
Jim Wondolowski
321-327-8633
Accordion
Vikram Vasudevan
321-292-1953
Viola
Teddy Zee
321-213-2740
Sax, Clarinet, Flute, Oboe fokkerman@msn.com
Mary Jane Zimmerman
321-723-1548
Piano, Theory, Keyboard, Voice
Revised Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Studio Policy
Payment
Music lessons are $80.00 a month, paid on the first lesson of each month.
That’s four half hour lessons at $20 each .
Holidays
If holidays or special events interfere with the schedule, consult
with your teacher to work out a solution.
Missed Lessons
If you can’t keep your appointment, you must give the teacher one day
advance notice.
Make-up lessons
Missed lessons can be made up, provided it can be scheduled, and
provided you gave 24 hour advance notice.
Tardiness
Lesson time lost due to student tardiness cannot be made up.
Teacher Absence
If a teacher must miss a lesson, he or she will call and notify you in
advance, and a make-up lesson will be given.
Store Hours
Open 9 a.m. -8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday
Closed…Sundays and holidays
Holidays…New Years Day, Easter, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving,
and Christmas.
Ninety percent of your child’s music education will be self-taught. The teacher is an
expert guide who will advise yourself or your child on the best way to accomplish this self-
education. If your child does not practice at home, progress will be very slow. Schedule some
practice time.
The new student always starts off with great enthusiasm, but this may begin to wan after
a while. The parents must feed this enthusiasm with interest and encouragement. Dr. Suzuki
says that parents should even “participate” in the lessons and the practice.
How much practice? An hour a day would be great, but that might be hard to schedule.
Let’s say about an hour a day, three days a week, or maybe a half hour every day. Make sure the
student has a good place to practice, good lighting, an electric outlet nearby, and a music stand if
it’s needed. No visitors and no loud distractions.
P.S. Please call your teacher if you can’t make your appointment.