A D M I S S I O N S 

Our goal is to provide each student with a quality musical experience.  Each student will receive a well rounded approach in learning music.  The lesson plans are designed to meet the needs of each individual student.  Here are the steps to being admitted as a student into Phylicia Hollis Studios.


1. Consultation


Please email info@phyliciahollisstudios.com to schedule your 30-minute consultation.  This 30-minute introductory class is $30 and will consist of an interview, a cognitive ability test, and a piano or voice lesson . Students and their parents (if younger than 18) will meet with the designated instructor to discuss the student's goals. Parents of students under 18 may also attend this session.  


2. Scheduling


After completing a successful consultation, lessons are set up according to the student's convenience and the teacher's availability. Appointments will be reserved for the student in advance based on their payment schedule.  ALL LESSONS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. 


3. Purchase Your Materials


It is the student's responsibility to purchase all books, materials, and instruments.


4.  Payment


Full payment is due upon arrival at the first official lesson after the consultation.   

General Information & Policies 
2021 Recitals and Studio Events

Recitals and studio events will be held throughout the year.  While these are optional, students are encouraged to participate.


  • Spring Cohort Begins: Monday, January 4, 2021

  • Spring Recital: TBA

  • Summer Cohort Begins: Monday, June 7, 2021

  • Fall Cohort Begins: Monday, August 9, 2021

  • Winter Recital: Saturday, December 18, 2021



2021 Holidays
Appointments are available all-year-round except for a few legal holidays. Teacher planning days and Fall Break are NOT observed as holidays for our studio.  Please check our Newsletter and Studio Calendar for all the specific dates. Lessons that fall on the holidays mentioned below will be rescheduled. The holidays observed are as follows:


  • MLK Day 

  • Spring Break

  • Memorial Day 

  • Independence Day 

  • Labor Day 

  • Thanksgiving 

  • Christmas Break


  • Request to reschedule a lesson must be made at least 12 hours in advance. Students are able to book and rescuedule their own appointments here.  

  • If the student is more than 15 minutes late for a lesson that is considered an absence and no refund will be granted.

  •  12-hour notice is required to cancel a class.  

  • All payments are non-refundable.

  • Appointments may be rescheduled when there is availability, but there will be no refund for cancelled lessons.



Frequently Asked Questions


  • How old should children be in order to begin lessons?

Piano?  4 years old is a good age for a child to begin private piano lessons.  The youngest age I begin piano lessons with is 3 years old; however, each child is different.


Voice?  9-10 years old is a good age for a child to begin private voice lessons.  Children under 9 years old will only be permitted to study voice at the discretion of the director after the consultation.  Students younger than 9 that wish to sing, but may not be ready for vocal lessons are recommended to study piano until they are mature enough for voice lessons.  Once again, the director will make the final decision of the students maturity level for vocal lessons.

*Parents, please remember each child is different. Not mastering each skill at the initial consultation is not a reflection of your child's musical destiny.  Developmental Psychology theories have proven that a child will only learn certain things when he or she is ready.  Some children are ready for lessons as young as age 3 while others are not.


  • Do you make home visits?


No, all lessons will take place online using Zoom.