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~ Yes, we offer piano tuning and repair ~
If you don't have a piano at home, you can rent a starter keyboard from us for only $19.50 per month. Ask us about our great deals on pianos, electric pianos, and keyboards!
For Children 4 to 6:
"Alfred's Basic Prep Piano Course" a series of fun, illustrated books which encompass all the basic piano lessons as well as exercises in technique, theory, sight reading, ear training and performance.
For Children Aged 7 and Up:
"The Glover Carr Method" Piano Course, very similar to Alfred's Basic Prep Course (above), but designed for the older child's wider attention span and ability to advance more quickly.
Preparation for Royal Conservatory of Music (R.C.M.) Piano Exams:
Students get to choose the songs they prefer from the required syllabus. Focus is also on theory, technical studies, dynamics, metering, artistic expression, sight reading and ear training.
Piano Lessons For Teens and Adults:
*** It is a common misconception that children learn to read and play music faster and more easily than adults.
"The Older Beginner Piano Course" by James Bastien. This course starts with the very basics, but moves along at an accelerated rate. By the end of the one book, you're playing Tchaikovsky! Adult/teen piano lessons can also be customized towards popular music and jazz.
Because many of our esteemed piano instructors also teach voice, piano lessons may be paired or combined with Singing Lessons.
Piano Lessons Practice Tip of the Week: February 19, 2024:
Do plan a specific time to practice each day. Students who practice at the same time each day usually make better progress than those who wait several days before a practice session. Music practice easily becomes a low priority item placed at the end of a busy day of school, homework and extracurricular activities. The student is then too tired to concentrate. When practice time becomes a structured routine, it can be perceived as a relaxation or fun time to be looked forward to.
Please enjoy some videos (below) of some A Sharp piano students performing at our annual Spring Gala Banquet: