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Recommended for ages 5 - 13 years old. Young fresh beginners may benefit starting here and moving up their time as they progress and develop. This is also wonderful for children with special needs.
Perfect for ages beginning at middle school and beyond. This amount of time allows for a bit more one on one time for song application and theory work. Highly recommended for first time adult singers.
Packaged lessons are discounted for individuals who are willing to commit to regular recurring lessons once a week for a minimum of 3 -6 months, please reach out the listed contact regarding this.
Benefits Of Piano Lessons
Beginning piano lessons are great for adults and children, learning to play the piano offers a multitude of benefits. Piano lessons can help improve hand-eye coordination, memory, and concentration! It can also help develop creativity and confidence, setting you up for success in all areas of life. For adults, playing the piano can be a great way to unwind after a long day and reduce stress levels as well!
But the benefits of piano lessons don't stop there! Learning to play the piano can also improve cognitive function, particularly in areas like problem-solving and pattern recognition (source: Psychology Today). It can also help improve fine motor skills, which can be beneficial for people of all ages! Plus, it's a great way to express your creativity and connect with others through music.
Beginning piano lessons are offered for students of all ages. Once you pass the beginning you are referred to a local intermediate and advanced teacher! Mikah will work with you to develop a customized lesson plan that suits your goals and interests. So why not give it a try? Join the musical community and discover the joy of playing the piano!
The piano has a rich and fascinating history that dates back to the early 18th century. The instrument was invented by Italian harpsichord maker Bartolomeo Cristofori in the early 1700s (source: Encyclopaedia Britannica). Unlike the harpsichord, which produced sound by plucking strings, the piano produced sound by striking the strings with hammers. This allowed for a greater range of dynamic expression and made the piano a popular instrument for composers and performers alike. During the 19th century, the piano became a staple in households around the world, and manufacturers such as Steinway & Sons and Bechstein rose to prominence.
Piano music also became a popular form of entertainment, with composers such as Franz Liszt and Frederic Chopin pushing the boundaries of the instrument's capabilities with their virtuosic compositions. In the 20th century, the piano continued to evolve, with innovations such as the electric piano and synthesizer expanding the instrument's sound possibilities! Today, the piano remains a popular and versatile instrument, used in a wide range of musical genres from classical to pop to jazz.
Piano lessons draw on this rich history and help students develop their skills and passion for the instrument. Join as a beginner and continue the legacy of piano playing for generations to come.