Leveraging 88 keys to their fullest potential and working well with nearly any other instrument … that’s the magic you can unlock with keyboard or piano lessons!
From jazz to rock, classical to reggae (and more), our staff has decades of experience teaching and playing for live audiences of all sizes. And no matter your preferred style, we can help you grow in your piano-playing abilities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I learn to play piano without 88 keys?
Absolutely! The concepts remain the same, even if the range of notes and octaves is lower. So if you have a piano with 41, 72, or even 101 keys (yes, it really exists), our lessons will still apply.
Is it hard to learn piano at an older age?
No, unless you count having bills to pay as an impediment to learning at an “older” age vs. as a student. With dedication and practice, we firmly believe that anyone can learn to play the piano or keyboard.
How many hours a day should you practice piano?
Practice allows you to drill key concepts from lessons, and teach your body the right positioning to play well. We recommend at least 30 minutes a day, but your teacher can give you a more personal schedule that fits your typical week!