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HARMONY  MUSIC   CENTER 

 MUSIC & ART  CHANGING INDIVIDUAL LIVES


Enquiry: Harmony Music Center accepts students of all ages and abilities based on availability year-round. New students may fill in the enquiry form, contact us by phone (+973) 36464360 or visit in person at the Harmony Music Center. 

Trial Lessons: A student may receive up to two trial lessons prior committing to a full term/month. Payment for trial lessons based on monthly rate is due at or before the lesson. No registration fee required for trial class.

Registration Fee: BD 10/ per student non-refundable one-time registration fee is due at the time of registration prior course enrollment. Student CPR is required. Student photo will be taken at HMC premises to complete the registration. Students who withdraw from HMC for three or more consecutive months is required to pay registration fee once again.

Permanent Tuition Deposit Fee & Withdrawal Policy: BD 25/ per student refundable permanent tuition deposit is due at the time of registration prior course enrollment. Students who withdraw from HMC for three or more consecutive months is required to pay deposit fee once again.

  • Permanent tuition deposit will be held in family’s account during student’s enrollment at HMC and refunded upon receiving completed Withdrawal Form two weeks prior to the effective termination date. The tuition installment for the term/month of discontinuation will be due in full.
  • To decrease the number of classes per week also requires submitting Withdrawal Form two weeks prior to the effective lesson termination date.
  • Please note that non-attendance is not considered a withdrawal.
  • Failure to submit the Withdrawal Form two weeks prior to the effective termination date will lead to permanent tuition deposit forfeited.

HMC Students Enrollment and Re-enrolment.

The following document can be viewed on parent/student portal.

  • Entry assessment form
  • Course outline
  • Report card
  • Course enrollment attendance
  • Fee record

Student Portal link: https://harmonymusic.iofficecentre.com/login

Parent Portal Link: https://harmonymusic.ieducentre.com/m_home/Account/Login

The academic year is divided into three terms: 

 
 
Term 1
September, 1
  January, 31
Term 2 
February, 1 
  June, 30
Summer term
 July, 1
  August, 31
 
 

  • All enrolments are booked in on a yearly basis. Re-enrolment occurs each year for the following year.
  • Students’ lesson times are permanent for the full term/month unless the instructor has an available opening in his/her schedule.
  • All classes should be attended within a payment period.
  • To confirm re-enrollment for the next semester partial payment needs to be made during the re-enrollment period. After due date of re-enrollment period all slots will be reserved on a first come – first serve basis.
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    First term re-enrollment period 
     May,1 to May,14 
    Second term re-enrollment period
      December,1 to December,14
    Summer term re-enrollment period
      April,1 to April,14
     

    Tuition Fee

    • Lessons are billed in advance at the beginning of each term/month.
    • Mid-term/month enrolments are billed for the remaining weeks in the term/month.
    • All invoices are sent via email and can be paid via bank transfer or in cash/check only.

    Name of Account Holder: HARMONY MUSIC CENTRE

    Bank Name: Al Baraka

    Account Number: 1060-602907-001

    IBAN: BH57 ABIB 0106 0602 9070 01

    Branch: Muharraq

    • Tuition fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
    • Students are not billed for the classes that fall on a public holiday.
    • Amwaj students are required to be enrolled in term basis with monthly tuition rate only.
    • Adjustments to fees will not be made to accommodate vacations taken by the students.
    • Tuition includes student’s individualized plan for their course of study, recital preparation, repertoire planning, incentive prizes, and supplementary sheet music.

    PRIVATE COURSES

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      TIME FRAME
      30min
      45min
      1hour
      TERM FEES
      BD.10/class
      BD.15/class
      BD.20/class
      MONTHLY FEES
      BD.12/class
      BD.17/class
      BD.22/class
      HOME LESSONS
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      BD.26 - BD.30/class (Depends on location)
     

    GROUP COURSES

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    TIME FRAME
      1hour
     40 min Young beginners’ courses
    TERM FEES
      BD.8/class
     BD. 5/class
     

    Books, Instruments and other Instructional Materials are billed separately. Any instructional materials will be recommended by the designated teacher or by the Centre, depending on the student’s needs and skills. Family/guardian’s desired instructional material from outside the Centre should be consulted and confirmed first by the teacher or by the Centre before usage. Students need to bring their music books, supplementary music sheets, notebooks or music books in a folder for every lesson.


    Accompanist Fee: Accompaniment is obligatory part of music performances for the string, woodwind, brass, and vocal students. Students who are taking part in exam, competition, recital etc. need an accompanist for performance. The rehearsals are arranged during student’s regular class within the time needed.

    • The accompanist fee BD15 includes 4 rehearsals as well as the performance.

    Instruments Rental. Our selection includes: Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Xylophones and Violins.

    • Renting is a very cost-effective option if student is not sure whether he/she is going to commit to an instrument.
    • Once student is confident, he/she will continue playing that instrument through the year it’s a time to consider buying.
    • Student may switch instruments to another band or orchestral instrument at any time, providing contract is in force and payments are current. If there is a difference in the monthly price between current rental and the new rental, renter will be responsible for whatever the monthly rental price is of the new instrument.
    • If student chooses string instruments (violins, violas, cellos, etc.), he/she may outgrow the instrument during the school year. The instrument can be exchange for the next size up as per teacher’s recommendation.
    • Students are renting an instrument on a monthly basis based on contract date.
    • Payment for the rental is billed in advance at the beginning of each month.
    • Rental fees are non-refundable, non-transferable and cannot be prorated.
    • Renter returning an instrument within 5 days of the payment due date will not be charged for the current month. Renter returning an instrument on the 6th day or beyond will be responsible for the current month payment.
    • Monthly Instruments rental fee is BD15

    Examination Fee

    Examination is optional for the students and obtainable in order to evaluate the skills attained by the student upon the course completion. The decision to pass exams is taken through consultation between student, parent and teacher. Within one Qualification Level student can pass through 2 to 5 examinations depends on the number of courses in curriculum map within the level. Curriculum map and range of qualifications

    HMC Examination fee for each level as followed

    • Young Beginner Level BD 10
    • Beginner Level BD 15
    • Foundation Level BD 20
    • Intermediate Level BD 25
    • Advance Level BD 30

    Examination enrollment requirements:

    EXAMINATIONS.  

    • Trinity Guildhall
    • Trinity Rock & Pop
    • HMG Internal exam
    • ABRSM

    To enter examination students 

    must attend classes twice a week  as follow

     Initial - G 2 Young Beginner (applicable for internal examination only)

     30 min *2 a week

    1hour Theory Group Class  (advisable)

      Initial - G 2

     30 min *2 a week

    1hour Theory Group Class

      G3 - G5

     45 min*2 a week

     1hour Theory Group Class

      G6 - G8
    1hour*2 a week
      1hour Theory Group Class

    Missed Group Lessons: Missed group lessons will not be re-scheduled unless HMC cancels the class. Homework assignments will be made available to parents and students for missed groups.


    Missed Private Lessons:
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    essons will not be carried forward from one term to another and no adjustments in the fee will be made for lessons cancelled or missed. No private make-up lessons will be offered for non-emergency cancellations (birthday parties, school trips, family vacations, baseball games etc.), “no shows” or last-minute cancellations without 24-hour’s notice and will necessitate charging the full lesson fee for the unused time reserved for the student. For all non-emergency cancellations students can attend unlimited group make up classes offered any day that the teacher is available.

    Private make-up classes are scheduled only to:

    • All students who miss the classes during the first week of September due to late coming from summer holiday.
    • All students whose lesson falls on the day of Islamic public holiday that is moved to another day than stated in HMC Calendar.
    • All lessons due to teachers’ absent.
    • All students from Saudi Arabia if they informed HMC administrator in advance 4 hours.
    • All students who attending morning classes in case of absence must inform the Center in advance day before 9 pm.
    • All home lessons students if they informed HMC in advance 4 hours.
    • All adult students if they informed HMC in advance 4 hours.
    • All special needs students if they informed HMC in advance 4 hours.
    • If students who are reported sick (sick note is required).
    • All students who miss the class due to emergency reason such as death in family, accident, etc...

    Advance make-up classes might be scheduled for students who will be travelling during school holiday in December and April (two weeks’ notice to the center is required)

    Confirmed and missed by the student private make-up lesson will not be made up again.

    Group Make up Lessons

    • Group make up lesson is one hour long, and it helps with all non-emergency missed classes. 
    • Students are learning music history, styles and genres through games, quizzes etc.
    • The class is conducted with any HMC teacher upon availability.
    • The groups are arranged the group classes according to the age of the students.
    • Group make-up class is scheduled one week ahead.


    Students who do not attend scheduled group make up class for any reason will be considered as attended unless we receive a notification 1 day before the scheduled make-up class.


    All make-up classes should be done within a payment period. The extension for one week might be allowed only for the last two weeks of absences of the previous payment period. 


    Substitution
    • If teacher misses the lesson for any reason, the lesson might be substituted by another teacher or a private make-up class will be provided in case there is no teacher available. 
    • The substitute teacher will receive a lesson plan and comments from the regular teacher.
    • If the student does not show up for the class with substitute teacher, the class will be made up in a group.

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