Rob Coyne School of Music Education
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Rob Coyne School of Music Education

  Programs Tailor Made for All Ages & Skill Levels   

Early Childhood Education Program

Rob Coyne School of Music Education offers an early music and play program for younger children every Saturday from 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM. This program introduces aspiring musicians from 18 months to 5 years old to the fun world of music. A variety of music is presented in a fun interactive way, with singing, playing, dancing, and other fun expressive ways for the children to participate in. The goal is to get children excited about the world of music through the creative, and fun lesson plans we provide for them.  Click here for more information and to download our flyer. 

Student Rock Band Program
  Student Band Program  

Rob Coyne School of Music Education's Student Band Program introduces young inspiring musicians to the world of playing in a band. The focus is that they apply what they have learned in their own studies and bring it in to a group setting. Students are presented an array of different level songs that they will work on as a team.  They will learn not only how to play various songs together as a band, but they will also learn what it takes to be prepared on a stage playing in front of a crowd from experience performers. We also bring in specialists in many different areas of musical performance to share their experience as a working, or past performing musician. Our Student Band Program provides a great opportunity to learn the skills and teamwork necessary to play together in a band, which positively transcends into other areas of life.

Band Ensemble Program
 Band Ensemble Program  

Rob Coyne School of Music Education offers a group ensemble program for woodwinds and brass. The program brings together brass, and woodwind instruments to play various pieces of music guided by an instructor. The program also allows for the ensemble to be given the opportunity to perform before an audience, with the focus of applying what you have learned in your studies and using them to play in a guided group setting. 

Choir Program
 Choir Program  

Rob Coyne School of Music Education offers a Choir Program for aspiring vocalists. They are brought together and given the opportunity to sing various pieces of music in a group setting. Also, students will be educated about the different ranges of the voice, and its importance in achieving a full choir sound. They will also be allowed the opportunity to perform in front of an audience. The focus of this program is the importance of singing in a group setting. 

Enrollment is Easy!

To sign up for private lessons or enroll in one of our special programs, you may call 401-337-5206 or click on the button below to register online.

RCSME Policies

  • Each student needs to complete the minimum of four lessons in each month to ensure continuity and to hold their chosen day/timeslot. The only exception being if the school is closing for a holiday/break, this will result in a shorter month and you will be notified by the instructor.


  • Monthly Tuition for (4) half hour lessons is $120.


  • Monthly Tuition for (4) one-hour lessons is $240.


  • Some months will have a 5th week, if it falls during the student’s lesson day, they can opt to take the 5th lesson which will bring the ½ hour monthly tuition to $150 or the 1-hour lesson to $300. If the student opts out of the 5th week, please let the instructor know what date they will not be in for their lesson.


  • Tuition should be paid to your instructor directly, in either cash or check and is due the first week of the new month.


  • There will be one excused absence every month (make up lesson given).


  • 24-hour notice must be given to qualify for a makeup lesson, which may be scheduled at the convenience for both instructor and student.


  • On the 1st of each month students may attempt to reschedule lessons if there are time conflicts (vacations/other commitments) this will be at each instructors’ discretion.


  • All students should arrive at least 5 minutes early to be prepared and get the most out of each lesson.