Charles Wolf Studio also provides music theory, aural training, and music history lessons and tutoring for those students who wish to go further with their learning, providing an engaging framework and a richer understanding of music that will help students succeed in their future musical endeavors.

Charles Wolf Studio 2018 Policy Brochure

Please download the above link to view the Studio Policy and Forms Brochure to see the associated rates for lessons and tutoring sessions. Also, please read carefully though the material and print and fill out the required forms to bring to the student’s first lesson. This brochure contains all the necessary information regarding the Studio needed to register for lessons and answers many of the most frequently asked questions.  

All college preparation lessons and college level tutoring sessions meet a mandatory one hour per week.

Charles Wolf Studio provides tutoring and lessons for all of the following levels and goals:

Music Theory Enrichment

Music Essentials — Designed to supplement piano studies, or for the student just interested in learning the basics of how music works. 

Intermediate Music Theory — For the more advanced piano student, or for the student who desires to dig deeper into foundational musical principles and systems.  

Pre-College Music Theory

Music Theory AP Preparation — Thoroughly prepares students to succeed in their AP courses and important final Exam (a high score on the exam enables the student to skip Music Theory and Aural Training I and perhaps II at the college level).      

Music Theory and Aural Training College Preparation — For the student anticipating majoring in music (any major related to music) at the college level, a more rigorous study designed to prepare a well-rounded candidate to enter college level music theory and aural training.

College Level Tutoring or Lessons

Undergraduate College Level Tutoring — Tutoring for any of the following courses (or equivalents): Music Theory I-IV, Aural Training (also called Skills or Musicianship) I-IV, or Music History (I-II or III and IV, if applicable), and 16th/17th Century Counterpoint.

Piano Proficiency Preparation — Tutoring for the undergraduate music major needing instruction and help to prepare for the Piano Proficiency examination.

 Graduate Level Tutoring — Tutoring for the following courses (or equivalents): graduate music theory remediation, as well as Schenkerian Analysis, 12-tone Analysis, and Basic Set Theory.