Andy Hymel's School of Music

Tuition Reminders: 2021 Registration fees are due for all students by January 30th. $30 per student. Check with the desk if you have any questions. Make-ups: We use the 5th weeks in the months to accommodate makeup lessons and holiday closures. * To ensure your make-up lessons please refer to our tuition policy and the…

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Our second session of 9 week classes of private instruction is scheduled for October 14 – December 19, 2020. Registration will begin on September 28, by appointment only. Cost is $180 per student per class. Lessons are 30 minutes in length once a week. We will follow the Jefferson Parish School Calendar. Students should have…

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We are excited to announce that the staff of Andy Hymel’s School of Music is actively making preparations to reopen our doors again and resume lessons. We know that reopening must take place in phases according to the guidelines established by our local authorities and the CDC. We have outlined our plan below. Please refer…

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We have been listening and learning everyday about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We understand the concern and want to reassure our students and families that we are following the CDC recommendations to prevent the spread of the virus. We have put in place the following steps: Every classroom will have hand sanitizer and the teachers will…

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On Saturday, February 15, 2020, some of our students participated in the Metairie Music Club’s Piano and Musicianship Festival held at UNO. Congratulations to the following students for scoring a Superior rating: Jonathan Allen, Israel Griffin, Jonathan Griffin, Michael Griffin, Talia Joseph, Mason “Ahn Ba” Khong, Chloe Ley, Brian Manzanares, Luke Prest and Tory Tran.…

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Parades have begun! We know this is an excited time for the city, enjoy yourself and be safe. Just as a reminder, please be sure to let your teacher(s) know if you will miss a lesson due to the parade schedules, in advance, so we can arrange an alternative day/time for you to come in.…

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Here is a list of good habits that all musicians should have in their daily routine of practice and playing. Apply these to your practice time and be amazed! 1. Say your Music! Saying the notes and chords you are playing is like saying the ABC’s in your mind. You will have music down as…

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Music students have higher academic exam scores than their non-musical peers. Students who participate in music-related activities between grades 7-12 achieve significantly higher scores on science, math, and English exams in high school than non-musical classmates, according to a new large-scale study. This research by Peter Gouzouasis and colleagues at the University of British Columbia (UBC) involved…

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August 22, 2019 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Do you want to learn music, get better at your instrument, or learn a new instrument? Not sure what instrument you’d like to learn? Come by, to experience all that we have to offer! We will have several instruments on hand for you to explore. Our teachers…

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