Piano classes for children ages 7+, tweens, teens, and adults are taught using the revolutionary Simply Music Piano method.
About Simply Music Piano
The Simply Music Piano method is an immensely rewarding, engaging way to learn to play the piano! My students love being able to play great-sounding music on the piano right away, from their very first lessons, which keeps them excited about learning and motivated to keep learning.
In the same way that we all learn to speak years before we learn to read and write, Simply Music Piano temporarily delays music reading and immerses students in the experience of immediately playing great-sounding music.
Students are introduced to a variety of unique playing-based concepts that unfold directly onto the keyboard. The result of this is that students learn to play the piano quickly, easily and naturally. Once students are playing the piano comfortably and have a solid understanding of the keyboard, music reading is introduced. With this foundational knowledge and unique approach, students are set to become strong readers.
This is a far more natural approach than how piano has been traditionally taught!
lessons for different ages
- Children: For ages 7+, Simply Music Piano is a wonderful way to introduce your children to music! Kids love that they are playing music that they can be proud of right away. Parents love witnessing their kids quick music acquisition and developing musicality. As a studio parent said, “Love it! Makes learning piano fun!”
- Tweens & Teens: This is an age when students just want to jump right in and begin playing cool, great-sounding music right away, and that’s exactly what we do! The Simply Music Piano method is ideal for this age group, which may expect results sooner than others.
- Adults: Adults love learning Simply Music way! The Simply Music method provides adults with the gratification of learning quickly and playing great-sounding music right from the very first lessons. Many adults find being able to play without sheet music to be magical, and then are amazed, when it’s introduced, at how easy it is to read music. Adults frequently say, “I wish this method was available when I was a kid!“