Biloxi High School



Biloxi and Virtu.Academy are partnering to raise money for [uniforms, trip, etc.]! Virtu.Academy is devoting 100% of our profits to Biloxi during our fundraiser from [dates]. Any student, parent, friend, relative, or anyone else that takes a music lesson will help reach Biloxi’s goal of [goal]! If every student gets [3 people] to take lessons, we can reach our goal!

What we do:

Virtu.Academy is an online platform for virtual, private music lessons. We provide private lessons from the top music conservatories in the world (including Juilliard, Oberlin, Manhattan School of Music, and Conservatoire de Paris) to students through our live, video-chat platform. Take private lessons with some of the best musicians in the world, all from the comfort of your home! 100% of the profits will be donated to Biloxi!

How It Works:

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  • Lessons are $19 / 30 minutes and $39 / 60 minutes.

  • Packages of 5 lessons are available for $76 or $156 for 30 and 60 minutes respectively (the 5th lesson is free).

  • Weekly subscriptions are available and receive the first lesson free.

Who are our teachers?

All our teachers are recommended by conservatory faculty and have extensive teaching experience. Our teachers are selected from the top musicians and teachers from Juilliard, Oberlin, Manhattan School of Music, or Conservatoire de Paris.

What platform do you use for video lessons?

We use a platform called It is very similar to Skype or FaceTime except you do not need to download anything or make an account. One click, and you are connected to one of the best music teachers in the world!

Is this safe for younger students?

Yes! We use industry standard encryption and PPI-compliant payment processing. We also conduct a sex offender registry search and extensive interview for all of our teachers to ensure every student is safe and in a positive learning environment.

Any other questions? Call Ben, Biloxi’s fundraiser concierge, at (646) 907-9727.

Who Are We?

Virtu.Academy was founded by Ben and Bryan, two recent Oberlin graduates with a desire to make private music lessons more accessible. After receiving a grant to start this project from Oberlin Conservatory, we set out on our mission: We believe every student should have access to private lessons no matter their location or financial situation.