How Quickly Can You Teach Me To Play The Piano?

Learning piano is not like visiting a nail bar or hair salon. You don't go into a lesson and automatically come out playing the piano! That said, we can usually get you up and running fairly quickly. It usually depends on you how quickly you pick up the basics of piano playing and the principles of musicianship. Overall though, playing a musical instrument is a long-term commitment and requires consistent practice. It takes regular lessons and a mindset that values long-term goals over instant gratification to reach the levels we admire so much in many great musicians.

If you want to play the piano because "it would be really cool", "my white piano looks really neat next to my Labradoodle", or "I really like how some DJs have keyboards next to their decks", then a musical education probably isn't for you. If you've been deeply touched by some music and would like to experience and explore the artistry behind it, then we can probably help!

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