Book A Free Trial Lesson

Try a FREE Kids Guitar Lesson With A Private Teacher on SKYPE

Book Now Using The Calendar Below

This free trial lesson is 100% no commitment.

It’s designed to answer your questions about beginner music tuition and give you a feel for what the lessons over Skype are like.
The lesson is 30min and packed with fun activities and Q & A.

If you don’t see a suitable time for a lesson in the booking calendar below, please email Inga directly at ingahope@gmail.com.

Please note that we can only schedule one free trial lesson per family, so consider a good time for your family before you book the trial. Once your lesson time has been confirmed, if a cancellation or reschedule request is submitted a lesson fee of $25 USD will be due prior to approving the new booking request.

Hi, I’m Inga Hope, I look forward to meeting you on Skype!

What You Will Need For The Lesson

INTERNET CONNECTION

Suggested at least 3 Mbps.

WEBCAM AND MICROPHONE
Any device such as a laptop, tablet, or smartphone meets these requirements.

SKYPE ACCOUNT

A Skype account is necessary to be connected to the teacher. The lesson is also possible via FaceTime or Facebook.

ADULT ASSISTANCE
All kids under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or adult during the first lesson. Kids under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult at all times during the instruction.

GUITAR

Students Ages 5 to 8 Don’t Need A Guitar
Families with kids ages 5 to 8 do NOT need a guitar to try the first free lesson. The first lesson is designed as an introduction to music. You’ll get a fun music theory activity booklet that you’ll have to print out and have handy during the lesson. You and your child will clap rhythms and learn to read, trace, color and write music notes.

Students Ages 9+ Do Need A Guitar
Families with kids and teens ages 9 to 16+, and adults do need access to a tuned guitar to try the first free lesson.

Don’t have a guitar yet?

Borrow one from family or friends, then check out this article about How To Choose A Guitar For A Child