“Education in music is most sovereign... rhythm and harmony find their way to the inmost soul.” – Plato
The first years of piano lessons are the most important
In home lessons are ideal for siblings
Recitals are an important motivator for young children

Piano Programs

We offer a wide array of different piano education programs based on age or style. Everything from Early Childhood Piano, to the Elite Piano Program for serious performers. And we have a proven track record of student achievement. View some of our programs to get a sense of the possibilities and get in touch if you have any questions or need more info.

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Piano Instructors of Northern Westchester is an organization founded by pianists to promote music education though piano, and promote methods of proper instruction for beginners. We provide resources for students and parents looking to begin lessons or to those already studying.

If you live anywhere in Northern Westchester, and are interested in piano lessons for your child, we can provide a qualified, experienced instructor who will make sure that your child gets the most out of lessons, and learns the right way.

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Meet The Instructor

Stefano Miceli

Stefano Miceli is a world reknown conductor and pianist based in New York. He has successfully played and conducted at Carnegie Hall, Berliner Philharmonie, Sydney Opera House, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Forbidden City Concert, Hall Beijing, Arts Center Melbourne, Donizetti Opera House, Bellini Opera House, Bangkok, Rome and Milan theatres, as well as the Ravello Festival.

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