How to Book a Consultation Lesson
Book a consultation session with a Birmingham Conservatoire tutor, and try before you apply!
First-study teaching is at the heart of a conservatoire education and you will spend a great deal of time with your first study teacher(s) over the duration of your course.
Perhaps you have even had a particular teacher recommended to you already.
We understand that different students respond to different styles of teaching and it is extremely important that you feel comfortable and inspired in your lessons.
So, if you are considering a place at Birmingham Conservatoire, it may be possible to organise a consultation lesson with the relevant teacher, for which a fee of £60 will be payable.
Please book a session using the form below or contact us for further details.
Email the Birmingham Conservatoire Office at email@example.com
Call the Birmingham Conservatoire Office on +44 (0)121 331 5901/2
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