Piano Lessons for Children

Readiness

How do you know when your child is old enough to begin piano? It really depends on the child. Some preschoolers are mature for their age and ready to begin piano lessons. For others, it's best to wait. If you are unsure, I'll be happy to meet with you and your child to assess his or her readiness.

Individual Piano Lessons

Individual lessons tailor the learning process to the style and interest of your child. While any child can benefit enormously from an individual lesson, they are especially important if your child has a learning difference.

Partner Piano Lessons

Partner lessons allow two students at the same level of ability and close in age to study together. This more economical approach has the added advantage of providing a built-in duet partner. It is also a more social approach to learning, which is often appealing to children, partly because it keeps the focus from being entirely on them individually. Partners play musical games together to reinforce learning. Lessons last one hour and include music lab time within the lesson to allow me to have one-on-one time with each student.

"Dorane has made learning to play the piano a joyful time for Emma (6 years old). She has learned a lot and experienced many giggles along the way."
- A. Colon