is very important to have daily practice so that the techniques learned in lessons are retained. Regular practice is more valuable than duration, especially at the beginning of taking lessons. Practice time can range based on the level of the student from 15 minutes to 6 hours a day. Our instructors will work with students to come up with and recommend a practice regimen for students.
Not necessarily. Although an actual acoustic piano is ideal there are other alternatives such as digital pianos or simply finding a piano that you’d have access to practice on.
The notes are obviously the same but a child must really understand how to play the piano before they can understand the digital realm of an electric keyboard
Depending on the attention span and interest of the child, and the support of the parent, children may begin at the age of 4 and in some cases as young as 3 years of age. We require students under 5 years of age take a trial lesson/assessment before committing to lessons.
Finding Piano Lessons in Montgomery Area
Piano is the instrument all composers have played and written for….
Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Gershwin, Ellington, Lennon/McCartney, Elton John …..Just to name a few!
Finding the Right Piano Instructor
All formally-trained musicians on any instrument are required to study the piano because of its dynamic sound. The beauty of the instrument is that it isn’t limited to one genre so any type of student with different taste and style will be very comfortable learning to play the piano.
Why do our piano lessons stand out?
Lessons are available for children of all ages and learning styles. No matter what style children choose to study, all students will learn traditional note-reading, ear-training, and fundamental building blocks of basic musicianship. Our instructors have years of teaching experience that will make learning the piano fun and educational.