Piano Lessons in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs
Did you know that piano lessons can enhance your abstract reasoning skills, spacial temporal reasoning, and improve IQ? Piano instruction has also been shown to boost self esteem and reduce stress and anxiety (read more…). Learning the piano also exercises more areas of your brain and strengthens the connection between the two halves of the brain more than other musical instruments making it the king of instruments when it comes to the benefits of music education. Almost all of history’s great composers were pianists!
Build A Solid Musical Foundation
Understand how music works, how to create it, and most importantly how to learn. Why just learn to play your favourite pieces when you could learn anything?
Tried-and-true Methods & Techniques
Build your piano technique and musical understanding on a solid foundation using the methods and techniques that have proven successful for generations of pianists.
Learn At Your Own Pace
Learning to play the piano can seem daunting at first but it needn’t be. Lessons will progress only as gradually or as rapidly as each individual student needs.
The Benefits of Piano Lessons
Learning to play the piano is not just a rewarding and enjoyable pastime, it has also been found to have many mental and physical benefits. Learning a musical instrument, and learning the piano in particular, has been shown have a positive effect on the development of language skills, literacy, numeracy, IQ, self-efficacy, and – with the right kind of instruction – creativity and self-esteem. Believe it or not, music making can have a positive effect on physical health as well. Playing the piano, for instance, exercises the heart as much as a brisk walk. Participation in musical activities has also been shown to contribute to perceived good health, quality of life and mental well-being. Read more…
About the Teachers
Andrew holds an Associate diploma in Pianoforte from the AMEB and a Bachelor of Music Studies from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. While at the Sydney Conservatorium he studied both classical and jazz piano, advanced music theory and harmony, improvisation, and piano pedagogy. Andrew has composed many works for beginner pianists and has a particular interest in teaching adult beginners. Read more…
Janet is a retired high school teacher and is also a fully accredited and highly experienced piano teacher. Having run a successful teaching studio Janet has developed a particular interest and expertise in teaching beginners (of all ages). She sees students in her cottage in Paddington on a Steinway baby grand (the Rolls Royce of pianos). To organise an introductory lessons phone Janet on 0438 314 481
Ask a question or book an introductory lesson
If you have any questions or would like to arrange an introductory lesson, get in touch using the form below, or phone Andrew on 0411 513 427.