Grow Your Child’s Love for Music Through Piano

Piano lessons in Wantagh that give your child life skills they’ll use into adulthood while teaching them how to easily play songs they love.

  • Enjoy learning to play
  • Pressure-free creative setting
  • Easily read and play written music

Rated 4.9 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ by 85+ happy parents and students

“My daughter has learned so much in just a couple of months and her confidence is soaring because of it…”

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– Doreen Loewy, Parent
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 Who Are You Looking for Lessons For?

Select below and I’ll take you right to that page.

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Kids 9-12yo

Build their self-esteem. Piano is meant to be fun and engaging, not stale and boring. Looking for lessons that put a smile on your kid’s face? You’ve come to the right place.

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Teens 13-19yo

Let them be proud of themselves! Your teen will be able to have a say in the songs they play. This way, they’ll be excited to practice and show their friends what they’ve learned!

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Adults 20+yo

Discover how easy it is to play your favorite songs. It’s stressful learning something new, but, believe it or not, you actually have some advantages in learning piano as an adult.

 Can I See Some Reviews?

Absolutely, below you’ll find some reviews for parents and students.

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“My Parents are Going to Flip When They See I Can Play…”

I know mastering piano normally starts off at a younger age, but Sara reassured me that I could defiantly learn. I look forward to lessons each and every week… – Marissa Dunne, Seaford NY

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Rated 4.9 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ by 85+ happy parents and students

Why Take Lessons From a Piano Only
Studio vs. General Music Store

You have a bunch of options when it comes to what
studio your child takes lessons from, but here’s the thing…

Y our child should never feel like just a number and you shouldn’t have to waste your time calling a studio or filling out a form just to get answers to basic questions.

Your teacher should also be available during the week in case you or your child have any questions.

If you agree with what I wrote above, then you’ve come to the right studio!

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Lessons With Your Child in Mind

Your child’s lessons are about them! This is why lessons are customized to them so they play the music they’re actually interested in.

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Here For You When You Need

Call, text, or send videos. If either of you has questions during the week, I’m here to answer them so they make progress all week long.

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A Trusted Local Resource

I’ve been here for you for over a decade (well, not YOU specifically, but you get the idea). You’ll get honest answers from a teacher who knows the ins and outs of everything related to piano lessons.

You’ve Got Questions, I’ve Got Answers

Picking the right piano studio for your child is like finding a soulmate. You want your child to feel encouraged. You want them to feel understood. You want them to feel cared about. It’s a big decision, I get it. Let’s address your biggest questions about taking lessons here.

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    What do I need to start piano lessons?

    Firstly, you need either an acoustic piano or a digital piano with 88, fully-weighted keys and a bench with a sustain pedal. This is non-negotiable to begin lessons since you need an instrument at home for online lessons and to practice on during the week. You’ll also need your lesson books (which I’ll provide you), a pencil, an assignment notebook, and your “ready”/”question” cards (you put up one card or the other to let me know if you’re ready to be heard or if you have a question). Other than those physical things, you should also have time in your schedule to devote to lessons and practicing!

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    What if my child doesn't like the way you teach?

    If your child does not like me or the way I teach for whatever reason, there is no obligation to stay in the studio. Just give the required 2-week notice of discontinuation and you’re free to go find a teacher better suited for your child. I will take no offense!

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    What happens if my child needs to miss a lesson or change their lesson day?

    Lesson days can only be changed once a season. If your child needs to change their lesson day because of another activity they’re involved in, then all you have to do is give advanced notice of this request and I’ll do my best to fit you into another class on a day/time that works better. It’s best to choose a day that you can consistently make lessons, but if you need to miss the occasional lesson, you can send in a video recording of your assignments for that week and I will send you a video lesson back with critiques and new assignments so you never lose progress!

Simplifying Piano Playing…One Blog at a Time

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When Should My Child Start Piano Lessons? (Ultimate Guide)

A comprehensive guide on what to consider when putting your child into piano lessons.

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Lab vs. Group vs. Private Lessons (An Honest Comparison)

There the three types of piano lesson styles. This guide will help you to pick the best style for you.

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The 3 Best Keyboards to Get For Beginners

Looking for a keyboard? Here are my recommendations for the best keyboards so you start off on the best foot.

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Want Your Child to Fall in Love With Music?

Then grab their intro lesson now. It takes less than 30-sec, it’s super easy. It’s a no-brainer.

Rated 4.9 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ by 85+ happy parents and students

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