Piano Lessons for
the young beginner
A head start in music, math, & life.
Piano lessons for the young beginner need to be encouraging, creative, engaging, well planned, and also spontaneous. Your student needs to create and enjoy making music from the very first lesson.
HOW IS THAT ACCOMPLISHED?
Your child will learn to play the piano through rote/pattern-play teaching, improvisation and then note reading,
There are on & off bench activities to keep the time diverse and action packed which includes games, drums, puzzles, and lots of manipulatives.
Pre-K students take 30-minute weekly lessons held at my Wenatchee studio in the Sunnyslope area. There are at least three piano parties each school year for students to play, learn, and share music together.
Because we want the learning to continue at home, a full size (88-key) keyboard or piano is required to enroll in this program.
A grown-up is needed to attend weekly lessons, play the music games, and to facilitate short practice sessions.
Off the Bench
Getting students off the bench to play with music concepts keeps learning interesting and motivating
Students will use the Wunderkeys, Piano Safari, or young beginner books to creatively learn rhythm, notation, and improvisation.
A fun way to learn the piano keys.