Lessons at Heid Music Madison
For general inquiries on individual lessons with Heid Music, please complete and submit this form.
From youth to adult, beginner to advanced, orchestra to electric guitar - we have teachers to fit every playing ability and learning style. Our music teachers tailor a lesson plan to each individual student, offering a personalized approac to music development.
Heid Music Madison offers private lessons for guitar, bass, ukulele, banjo & folk instruments, piano, drums and percussion, woodwind, brass, voice, orchestral strings and composition & improvisation.
If you are interested in signing up for lessons, please fill out the lesson inquiry form, visit or call our store at 920-608-1969 to speak with a Music Enthusiast, or email Education@HeidMusic.com
For registration once you have your first lesson set up, please complete and submit this form and payment.
Getting Started with Lessons at Heid Music
Browse list of teachers to see who you feel is the best fit for you
Fill out the registration form after you find a match, and pay the one-time registration fee*
Wait to be contacted by Heid Music's education coordinator
*Heid Music students pay a one-time registration fee of $25 ($15 for the second family member, $10 per additional family member). This fee helps Heid Music ensure a safe learning environment for the student, and qualifies students for discounts. This fee is non-refundable.
How Much do Lessons at Heid Music Cost?
Our teachers set their own lesson rates, approximately $20-30/lesson. Payments are made directly to the teacher.
A non-refundable $25 registration fee is required, paid to Heid Music.
Learn About our Madison Teachers Below or From the Side:
Why Music Lessons from Heid Music?
We select our teachers based on their musicianship, education and their passion for teaching. All of our teachers go through an annual background check for the safety of our students. We understand that all learning styles are unique and therefore provide a variety of top-quality teacher to provide you with the best possible learning experience.
Heid Music offers private studios that are fully equipped with the essentials for your instrument and we keep our shelves stocked with the books and materials you need for lessons. We will support you throughout your musical journey with a full line of instruments from student line to professional.
The Proven Benefits of Studying Music
Studying music increases empathy and respect for other cultures and languages, improves discipline and capacity to work in a team and allows self-expression which in turn increases self-esteem. Studying music as also proven to decrease anxiety, aggression, chronic pain and depression. Fun fact: music is the only activity that simultaneously uses both sides of the brain!
Studying music helps students academically too! Musicians have been shown to hold higher grade point averages than non-musicians in the same school. Learning how to play an instrument can even increase IQ by seven points in both children and adults, according to researchers.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding our Lessons
How do I sign up? Fill out the lesson inquiry form , visit or call a store near you to speak with a Music Enthusiast, or email Education@HeidMusic.com.
What is the cost? Heid Music students pay a one-time registration fee of $25 ($15 for the second family member, $10 per additional family member). This fee is non-refundable and qualifies students for discounts. Our teachers set their own lesson rates, approximately $20-$30/lesson. Payments are made directly to the teacher.
How long are lessons? Lessons are typically scheduled for 30-minute time slots once a week.
Where are lessons held? Lessons studios are located within each of our five Heid Music locations.
Do I need my own instrument? Yes, all students are expected to bring their own instrument to lessons (except piano and drums).
How do I select a teacher? You can view pictures and biographies of our current teachers by selecting a location below. Or email Education@HeidMusic.com for more details about teacher availability, scheduling and recommendations.