Piano Lessons for Instrumentalists

Every musician needs to have solid keyboard skills. If you are a serious instrumentalist, you can improve your overall musicianship by studying the piano.

Recommended Ages: 13 & up

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It's a fact that every music school requires all students to take piano, because piano is a core, fundamental skill that all musicians should have. Deep familiarity with layout of the keyboard is essential for understanding harmonic and theoretical relationships, chords and scales.

In addition, good piano skills help students in may other elements of their musical education, namely Theory, Solf├ęge, Ear Training, Harmony and Counterpoint.

We specialize in piano for instrumentalists, and have trainined brass, woodwind, string, and percussion players. All of them experienced a big improvement in not only their music theory understanding, but also in their instrumental playing.

Students going into education degrees are required to play the piano at a fairly high level, so don't leave it till you get to college! Contact us today to setup lessons.

Our Teachers

We take great care and effort to match every student and family to the right teacher through interviews, consultations and trial lessons. All instructors are experienced, qualified pianists who will make sure that your child has fun, and most importantly learns the right way, avoiding bad habits that inevitably become road blocks to progress and enjoyment.

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David Allen Nichols

New York-based performer/composer David Allen Nichols is a uniquely versatile aritst whose reputation as an improvisational pianist has led to an array of collaborative works for dance, film, theater and television.

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Akari Yamamoto

Born in Tokyo, Japan, Akari Yamamoto is an active freelance clarinet player and piano/woodwinds teacher currently based in New York City.

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Michiyo Suzuki

A native of Japan, Michiyo Suzuki began her musical studies with piano at age three, violin at age six and clarinet at age thirteen.

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