Here’s how we connect you with your ideal piano teacher, and arrange piano lessons to meet your needs:
Finding your preferred location (or online piano teacher) : We have piano teachers located in virtually every part of our cities' greater metro areas. Some of our piano teachers offer piano lessons in students’ homes, while other piano teachers offer piano lessons in their home teaching studios, or in our other teaching studios which are not home-based. We also offer online piano lessons over Skype.
Matching your musical interests: Each of our piano teachers comes from a slightly different musical background, and has followed a different focus in their career as a professional pianist and piano teacher. We listen carefully to the needs of our piano students, asking them about their musical interests, previous experience on the piano, aspirations in music, learning style, and practical requirements, in order to carefully match them with their ideal piano teacher.
Trying it out: All of our new piano students start off with one trial piano lesson, to meet their piano teacher and get a sense of their piano teacher’s personality and approach to piano lessons. (Just to clarify, our trial lesson is a regular paid lesson, and is not offered for free. See our Pricing for details.)
Continuing weekly: After their initial piano lesson, if the students feel they have found the right piano teacher for them, they can continue on with regular, weekly piano lessons. Choosing a piano teacher is a delicate matter, and occasionally our students will have trial piano lessons with a couple of our piano teachers before settling into a regular piano lesson schedule.