FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes. You’ll have a private mentoring session every week.
5 weeks long; 2 sessions per week.
It’s a combination of 30-minute 1-on-1 sessions + 60-minute group masterclasses. You’ll have one of each every week, for a total of 1.5 hours with your mentor weekly.
Nope! Your mentor will provide you with a list of practice materials and repertoire to hone your skills between sessions and continue the process after the program. We’ll also connect you and the other musicians in your program for discussions and collaborations so you can help each other grow.
Yes, as a matter of fact, we’ll record them for you and send you the link right after each session. We believe that you and every other musician who purchases a Lime Academy program should have access to the recordings to revisit them later. As time passes, you’ll discover more and more gems in the recordings that you haven’t picked up before.
Our programs start with a one-on-one chat so your mentor can get to know you and understand your goals right from the get-go. Your mentor will tailor each individual session to your specific needs.
Each masterclass is an hour-long group session where the mentor dives deep into a specific subject, on which you’ll then expand and receive feedback in your individual mentorship sessions.
Each program has a specific start date. You’ll be part of a small group with a few fellow musicians, with whom you get to share your ideas, tools, and understanding of the concepts you’ll be taught.
Of course not. Receiving a Law degree from Yale doesn’t guarantee you a job at any law firm, either. But these mentorship programs were designed specifically to target cruise ships and similar gigs. There’s not a straighter path out there, if this is what you want to achieve. Ultimately, it’s up to you to heed your mentor’s advice, put in the work, and nail that gig.
Let’s find out together!
Book a time to talk to me, Fede (Europe Time Zone – English or Spanish), or with my co-director Sam (US Time Zone – English). No strings attached — this is just a call for us to get to know you and your needs better.
We love these chats with our musicians, and we’ll give you our honest opinion on whether you’ll really benefit from our programs, and whether any of them are the right fit for you.