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Frequently Asked Questions

Am I too old (or too young) to learn to play music?

You can learn to play music at any age!  We teach seniors, adults and children starting at 4 years old.

How much do music lessons cost?

Private lessons are $120/month (weekly 30 minute lesson) or $160/month (weekly 45 minute lesson).

Group lessons are $100/month (weekly 45-60 minute lessons).

Group piano lessons for adults are $25 per session.

What is the difference between group and private lessons?

Private lessons are a good fit if you have a specific goal to achieve and want faster results.

Group lessons are excellent if you want an enriching musical experience: playing with others, sharing the sound space, experiencing harmony, jamming and learning together.

Children under the age of 7 are encouraged to learn in a group setting. They learn a lot from each other and their listening skills improve faster than in private lessons, due to the group singing, ensemble playing and team playing.

What is Yamaha Music Education and to whom is it taught?

We provide Yamaha Music Education for the piano group lessons to children age 4 – 8.

The Yamaha music education method teaches by “ear” first until the music is felt. Children instantly capture the essence of music and are provided with tools to express it naturally. Yet the expectations are high and Yamaha students are confident, accomplished and creative! The teachers go through extensive training to assure that they provide the most effective lessons. The Yamaha method makes it fun to teach and to learn!