June 10, 2009
Filed Under: Piano lessons

Consider Trying Out Piano Lessons – Why not? Nothing to lose.

I have had so many families inquire about trying out piano lessons. The investment for piano lessons can be large and many families are unsure about what exactly they are looking for in piano lessons. Some have a desire for their children to become elite piano players but most want to give their children the joy and gift of music for life.

When looking for piano lessons, it’s important to consider a few factors: 1) the philosophy and goal behind the lessons 2) the method utilized and 3) the quality and expectations of the teacher 4) the cost 5) location and 6) schedule and convenience.

By offering Piano Camp this summer, I think it allows parents to try out my studio to determine if it is a good fit for their family. It also allows them to give Simply Music a try – the breakthrough piano method that I teach and that I believe in. This playing-based method exposes the student to “hands-on” playing from the get go so that they are experiencing musicianship and success from the start. At the very least, it’s alot of fun!

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  • How to play any song by ear….

    Most people that know how to play the piano will play only with sheet music. But if they are asked to play and they dont have any sheet music they will not be able to play. This is where being able to play by ear really comes in handy. If you learn to …

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