Tiamoyo Arts and Education
Tiamoyo=TEE-ah MOY-oh:  Swahili=to encourage; from the heart
...if it is encouraging, let him encourage...Romans 12: 8

Summer Semester/Camp


Summer 2015 Piano Lessons AND/OR Piano Camp



*Summer Flexi-Registration: 

Due to summer travel,

you may register for fewer than 4 lessons

Week of June 2 through Week of June 23, 2019

SIGN-UP Deadline:  Friday, May 3, 2019

We are using SignUpGenius. 

Please check your e-mail for the link.

Please sign up, includin

Please sign up, including your lesson availability, if you would like to be given a time slot on the SUMMER SEMESTER 2017 teaching schedule.

NOTE: Your NAME and COMMENTS are private and

will be seen only by the administrator.      

Summer is a great time to...

  • learn new repertoire
  • immerse yourself in music theory
  • enjoy a group performance class
  • prepare for a book recital
  • play duets
  • compose a new piece

SIGN-UP Instructions:

  1.       1. Siblings should be signed up using separate slots.  Thus, please sign up only 1          student per sign-up slot.
  2.        2. In the COMMENTS section, please indicate lesson availability listing...
    1. DAYS (Monday through Friday)
    2. TIMES (include day times, beginning at 8:30 AM, and evening times)-daytime lessons are encouraged in summer, when possible
    3. 3.  Please indicate the number of lessons you would like per week=1, 2, or 3.

    4. NOTE:  In the SUMMER, I try to fill up Tuesdays through Thursdays before resorting to Mondays and Fridays, when possible.

  3. Exciting Summer Piano Fun:  Students may register for 1 to 3 lessons per week (Summer-Intensive Model).

  4. 1. 2-lessons-per-week enrollment may include 1 piano lesson and 1 theory lesson or 2 piano lessons. 
  5. 2. A 3-lessons-per-week enrollment may include 2 piano lessons and 1 theory lesson.
  6. 3. The Multi-Weekly-Lesson Summer-Intensive Model is reserved for highly-motivated students who can commit to and benefit from intensive summer practice and a piano immersion summer experience. 
  7. 4. Longer-Lesson-OPTION:  Going from a 30-minute lesson to a 45-minute lesson for the summer, will give students an opportunity to take advantage of having more time to attend a lesson, a benefit of summer semester.