We found 8 programs(s) available in Bedford Hills:
You are never too old to learn the piano! At PINW we encourage students of all ages to try piano lessons, and see how you like it. We've never had a student who wasn't successful at their lessons, and have seen profound growth for students starting anywhere from ages 18 - 80.
Every musician needs to have good keyboard skills. If you are a serious instrumentalist, you can improve your overall musicianship by studying the piano.
If you love Jazz and want to learn piano, PINW can provide an experienced Jazz piano teacher to come to your home, or you can attend lessons at the instructor's studio if one is available and close enough to you.
Our popular and rock piano/keyboards program is designed for players who want to perform or compose music in the rock and pop genres.
The PINW Music Composition program is a comprehensive curriculum designed to help budding composers develop their craft, and when required establish a diverse and refined portfolio of compositions to use for college applications.
Our Piano for Kids & Teens program comprises a traditional piano curriculum for students ages 7 and up. What makes our program different than just taking regular piano lessons is that the instructors know how to handle the unique needs of students who start at a later age.
PINW is specialized in providing teachers who are certified in one or more early childhood teaching paradigms, including The Suzuki Method, Kodaly, and others, as well as offering Musikgarten Classes.
Aside from being great piano teachers, several of the PINW instructors are professional clarinet players. If you are a beginner, we can get you on the right track to learn the right way. If you already play, our teachers can help you improve, prepare for exams (NYSSMA), and college auditions.
We found 3 instructor(s) available for in-home lessons in Bedford Hills:
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.
Born in Tokyo, Japan, Akari Yamamoto is an active freelance clarinet player and piano/woodwinds teacher currently based in New York City.
Gregg Sulzer is a drummer, composer and piano player. He has been teaching and playing music since graduating from Purchase College with a BFA in Music Composition, after starting out in the Percussion Performance program.