The piano is such a beautiful instrument that it's quite a shame that most people who take lessons only get as far as learning Chopsticks. Our approach to teaching piano starts with what your goals are. If you envision yourself playing classical music in an orchestra someday, well, there are certain things you have to know and a certain way you have to go about it.
But that's not the only path available. You might want to play in a band or play at church. You might even not want to play anywhere and would just like to sit at the piano that collects dust in your house and learn how to play something you like on it.
The thing about the piano is that you can play anything on it — rock, pop, country, bluegrass and even, the latest pop hits. You can sing with your playing or use the keys to make cool synthesizer loops.
At the end of the day, our piano lessons focus on the tools you need to play what you want to play and at what pace you want to learn. We teach kids and adult piano lessons in Minneapolis, near St. Paul, but also give online lessons through Zoom.
Especially give us a call if you are an adult beginner or are a musician that's trying to switch to piano from another instrument, such as guitar.
Currently located in south Minneapolis, near St. Paul, at Minnehaha United Methodist Church. The address is 3701 East 50th St. Minneapolis, MN 55417.
Focuses on skills needed to play what you want to play
Dramatically simplifies complex music principles
1-on-1 coaching with an emphasis on cultivating polished and experienced players
Can include basic vocal coaching if requested
$30 per half-hour session
Flexible scheduling that takes into account how busy Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Twin Cities suburb residents can be due to the changing seasons
Ability to purchase lessons a-la-carte
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Interested in Taking Piano Lessons?
Please contact us for more information about taking piano lessons with us or to schedule a lesson. You can also contact us to discuss pricing for group lessons or guest teaching.
Getting Started with Guitar
This step-by-step guide starts from zero, so beginners can learn how to sing and play at the same time as quickly as possible. These are the basic instructions that should come with every new guitar, and it's what should be taught in every student's first guitar lesson as well.
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