Learn to Play The Piano!
Summer is a great time to learn how to play the piano. We teach music as a language. Through listening, imitating and note reading, students master an instrument. Our students are elementary school, middle school and high school students, from beginners to accomplished advanced students.
Our experienced teachers have taught at highly regarded community music school systems as well as on the faculty of the Community Music School at Rollins. We of have graduates of the some of the most esteemed music schools including the Eastman School of Music (Rochester, NY) and the New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, MA). All teachers have Suzuki certification.
We believe in the development of the whole child. We integrate ear training, technique, note reading and performance into our teaching. Through encouragement and discipline, we bring out the best in each student. Ultimately, our goal is to develop the lifelong appreciation of music in addition to performance excellence.
Because performance is an important part of a student’s development, students participate in the Junior Festival sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs. In addition, the Suzuki Music Institute has recitals four times a year. Lastly, Suzuki students are encouraged to play as a group in community outreach events at assisted living facilities and community festivals.
Piano Lessons and Group Classes
In addition to weekly private lessons, group classes are held weekly and students are encouraged to attend. In a group setting, students learn from each other and are inspired. Regular performance classes produce students that are confident and accelerates student learning.
Suzuki Music Institute
For over 35 years, the Suzuki Music Institute has developed the musical talents of students. Located at 351 Lake Avenue in Maitland, FL, The Suzuki Music Institute is accessible from I-4 and 17-92.
Invitation to Meet
Interested in piano instruction? We invite you to meet with us and have your child try an instrument. Sign up for an interview to learn more.