Piano lessons are extremely popular among students of all ages and from all walks of life. And, luckily for them, here at Chapel Hill School of Musical Arts, we can and do accommodate all kinds of students. No matter who you are or how you want to study piano, our world-class musical instructors can assist you either in person or remotely.
People often want to study piano because:
- It can be played from a young age, unlike many other musical instruments, and can build a lifelong appreciation of music.
- It is often considered the foundation of musical training.
- It teaches reading and musical theory, both of which are important concepts, right from the start.
- It can accompany almost any instrument or voice, making it a wonderful collaborative instrument.
- It’s suitable for all kinds of musical interests and styles.
- It adds life and fun to any social occasion.
Whether your reason for wanting to study piano or involve your child in piano is listed above or not, we hope you’ll let us show you the joys of learning this fine instrument.
Learn A Wide Range of Skills
Whether you choose to take piano lessons at home or in person, our qualified instructors will ensure you or your child are well-rounded and well-versed in a variety of piano playing styles. Learn how to play classical, popular, jazz, and contemporary musical genres and find your special niche.
We focus on the most modern but proven techniques to teach piano, which is why we believe in incorporating variety and style into every lesson. It’s our belief that this type of diverse teaching creates the best and most versatile musicians.
Learn To Play Your Way
When you search for piano lessons near me, you will find that most schools have a very specific way of doing things. However, we are very open and willing to accommodate our students and their unique needs, which makes us stand out.
In fact, our students are not even required to have a “real” piano at home in order to learn with us. Many of our students start out with a digital piano or an electronic keyboard, which allows them to save money and to try the instrument out before making the financial commitment of buying a piano.
We do recommend your instrument has at least 66 keys, but beyond that, you’re free to learn in a way and via a format that works for you!
Contact Us Today
Ready to give remote piano lessons a try? Or, perhaps you want to learn about our other options for musical lessons.
Whatever the case may be, we invite you to contact us. We’ll get to know you or your child and match you up with the perfect course options to meet your needs, goals, and interests. After all, music is for everyone!