Do you want to learn Didgeridoo with Zelday Karssen?
Duo lessons are not only inspiring, motivating and fuel-saving, but also the tuition is much less. For beginners, advanced and advanced students there are cutting card lessons. The second person only pays half of the lesson money from a private lesson, and you can divide that again. A private lesson costs 50 euros per person for 75 minutes. With a duole you pay 50 plus 25 euros, that makes for you 75 euros for 75 minutes. Lessons are planned, there is always little time to “arrive”, before lessons start in time.
Loose Lessons (duo lessons)
* 75 euros for 1 lesson of 75 minutes
* 90 euros for 1 lesson of 90 minutes
* 120 euros for 1 lesson of 120 minutes
* 150 euros for 1 lesson of 150 minutes
* 375 euro for one full day of duoles, of a total of 6 hours of lessons including lunch / tea / coffee / cake
Cutting card advantage for two people:
Lesson card: 360 euro for 5 lessons of 75 min / lesson – (total: 6.25 hours)
Lesson card: 705 euro for 10 lessons of 75 min / lesson – (total: 12.5 hours)
Fixed day of classes is every Wednesday in the morning / afternoon and evening, exceptionally, it may be possible to look at another day in consultation.
School fees must always be paid in advance via the bank. When canceling lessons more than 24 hours in advance, the tuition fee for the next lesson is reserved. Lessons canceled less than 24 hours in advance will be charged.
The tuition fees can be transferred to account number: NL59 RABO 0106703552 / tn.tv Treeforce / o.v.v Lesgeld
Prices include VAT, tea and free use of all didgeridoos during the lessons. Easily make an appointment with in the Contact page or call for more information or appointment with 06-53360305
Mail with firstname.lastname@example.org or call 06-53360305 to easily plan your first appointment
Location: Karssen Didgeridoo & Sound Studio, Parallelweg 26-196, 3849 MN in Hierden (Harderwijk), the Netherlands
Didgeridoos are free to use in lessons! Possibility to rent special hire didgeridoo’s for 10 euros per week , and / or for sale (Karssen – didgeridoo’s excepted, these are not for rent). When the instrument is eventually purchased after a rental period, the rent is of course deducted.