Charleston Private Piano Lessons
As a long-time piano teacher in Charleston I have found that success in learning the piano frequently depends on finding the right Piano Instructor. Someone who knows how to teach piano effectively and properly as well as how to inspire and motivate my piano students. My piano. My teaching style focuses on piano keyboard skills training, but also emphasizes self-exploration and discovering a passion for something new.
I provide piano lessons for beginners as well as for those students with some experience. Students seek to develop their piano playing skills for different reasons and in the initial piano lesson I establish the goals and desires of each student. Together, we develop a plan to reach those goals.
Take a look at the private piano lessons in Charleston I provide and choose the right one for you.
Types of Private Piano Lessons Offered
Piano Lessons for Beginners
I specialize in Beginner Piano Lesson Fundamentals, and know how to reach my students with the right balance of personalized attention, patience, practical training, and positive encouragement. I make learning the piano fun through a variety of engaging and outside-the-box activities. Get in touch today to schedule a piano lesson at your convenience.
Intermediate Piano Technique
Aimed Toward Success
I know how difficult it can be to find a reliable piano teacher in the Charleston area who focuses on intermediate technique. Piano teachers need to be able to motivate and guide students towards continued success. As an experienced and passionate piano instructor, I believe in an approach that gives students positive, constructive ways to learn the piano. I design my piano lessons according to my students’ needs, with an emphasis on confidence-boosting activities.
Advanced Piano Technique
Customized Piano Lessons to Fit Your Needs
Since 1994, I have been a piano instructor in the Charleston
area including for those are looking for advanced piano lessons.
I help advanced students get the most out of their training
and existing skills by developing music theory, improvisation and and other advanced keyboard techniques that will help them get that professional sound out of their piano playing!
Get in touch today to find out more and to reserve
your piano lessons today.
Common Questions About Private Piano Lessons
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Is learning to play piano hard?
With commitment, practice and the right teacher, learning to play the piano can be a joy. While students must practice with focus and regularity, sometimes when it is inconvenient or when they would rather be doing something else, the challenge of consistent piano practice can be rewarding and fulfilling. The piano student becomes lost in the activity as focus transcends entropy.
How many hours a day should you practice piano?
While focused piano practice is more important than the actual time spent practicing the piano, twenty minutes a day, five times a week is an excellent schedule with which to start. Beyond that, students will become better at planning their time for practice and how much they need to invest as their piano skills grow and their interest in specific piano compositions grows.
What Is the Best Age to Begin Piano Lessons for Children?
Around age 6 is the time I like to begin students on piano. For some students, Age 8 may be better. There is a physical coordination involved in playing the piano that is completely based on the physical development of the child. And, for some, the discipline of practicing the piano will come easier.