Frequently Asked Questions

Teachers charge their own rates with Teach Tutti and there is no set pricing.
We provide lessons on a wide range of instruments, including piano and singing. For more information, see our list of instruments taught.

You can pay by PayPal, debit/credit card, or by direct debit using GoCardless. A handling fee is included if you pay by PayPal or credit/debit card.

Payment is made in a block of 4 or 10 lessons after your taster lesson.

Payment for each lesson block will be withdrawn once the previous block has been completed. Lessons are not weekly and you will not lose lessons if you are unavailable, such as when on holiday.

Please search for a list of teacher on your chosen instrument living nearby. You can then book a first lesson. A full refund is guaranteed if you are unhappy for any reason.

Assuming you are happy with your taster lesson, you can then arrange lessons directly with your teacher.

Yes. We vet our tutors and keep their qualifications and DBS check on record. We also receive assurances of the teacher’s safety from references that are collected using Trustpilot.

We can prepare students for music exams, including ABRSM and Trinity. The tutor will prepare the student for each exam, which the student can put themselves in for online. Teach Tutti can provide accompaniment where needed.
If you need to cancel or change a lesson it is very important that you notify your tutor directly and give at least 24 hours notice. If the teacher doesn’t receive this notice period, the music lesson will still be deducted from your block.
You can end lessons at any time. You will not receive a refund for any remaining lessons in your current block.
This is entirely dependant on your availability and the availability of your teacher. You can book the date of the first lesson using the teacher’s calendar. After this, you can then arrange future lessons directly with your teacher.

This is dependant on the teacher’s capability to teach from their home. If you wish to do so, please contact the teacher first to confirm they can teach from home before booking a taster lesson.