Lessons

Group Piano Lessons

Students are taught in a social environment with 2-3 of their peers. With a longer lesson duration, there is more time for instruction, learning games, and one-on-one time with the teacher.

Private Piano Lessons

In each 30 minute private lesson, students receive one-on-one time with an instructor to work on technique, note reading, and skill mastery.

Early Childhood Music Programs

This preschool program teaches little ones ages 3-5 to understand music in a fun and exciting way through singing, moving, playing instruments, using props, and more!

How are Music lessons beneficial to children?

There are lots of great articles about this topic, but some of our favorite reasons (backed by research and studies) are these:

How are Music lessons beneficial to children?

There are lots of great articles about this topic, but some of our favorite reasons (backed by research and studies) are these:

Music lessons help children in school.

Numerous studies available show children who play an instrument, score higher on both standard and spatial cognitive development tests alike. There are also findings that show kids who play piano, in particular, scored higher in math, especially on problems dealing with ratios and fractions.

Music increases children's coordination.

Kids who play the piano have improved fine motor skills and, unlike other instruments, the piano requires both hands to work independently of each other.

Music lessons help children to be well rounded.

Through piano lessons, children are exposed to music styles they otherwise would never hear. They also develop knowledge and skills that would help them in learning other instruments.

Music helps increase children's ability to focus.

Reading and interpreting music takes a great deal of concentration and allows children to think both critically and creatively. This skill will benefit them in various aspects of their life.

Music lessons help build self-esteem.

Learning to play the piano takes hard work, dedication, and persistence. As students work to master pieces and eventually showcase their hard work at recitals, they gain a sense of pride and accomplishment – similar to winning a sporting event.