Who are piano lessons for?

No one is too old or too young to have piano lessons. Whether you want to play for fun or develop a career we have the lessons for you.

So, who are piano lessons for?

Adults

So you want to start your dream now and it seems like a crazy idea? Beginning piano lessons in your 20’s 30’s, 40’s and beyond is a great start to a new experience and a new way of thinking. Sometimes we just need an alternative outlet or an escape from the hustle and bustle of life. Music can offer you that new perspective.

If you took lessons as a child and want to get back into playing now you may be surprised at how much you have retained. You will find that a lot of your knowledge is sitting under the surface and just needs revisiting and building upon with a fresh approach.

As adults, we have the advantage of a well developed language, maths and creative skills set that allow us to work fast and with confidence.

If it’s something you’ve always wanted to do or another goal to tick off your bucket list, give us a call and book in your free trial. It will be the best decision you’ve ever made.

Exams

Getting that higher grade in a piano examination is a serious investment in your child’s future. It can be very rewarding to set goals for you or your child’s piano development.

Our teachers can prepare students for AMEB, ABRSM and Trinity College. ABRSM and Trinity College are globally renowned for their standard in musical excellence whilst the AMEB is one of Australia’s favourite examination bodies. Their recent syllabus “Piano for leisure” now includes pop, jazz, soundtrack and TV themes into their repertoire making it a popular choice for the more relaxed student interested in playing for fun.

For your child’s QTAC results a seventh grade pass or higher in AMEB will help with rankings for entry to some Queensland Tertiary courses. This is also the case for both ABRSM and Trinity College examinations.

When booking in your free trial lesson be sure to mention that you’d like your child to prepare for examinations.

Fun

Piano is a great way to relax, be creative and just let yourself be you. Everyone has that one song or style of music that they have always wanted to play.

Is your child stuck in a rut with their motivation and progress? They may need to take a step back and rediscover playing for enjoyment. Building up their love of music and remembering why they took lessons in the first place is often the key to rekindling their interest.

We can help with that by finding the right teacher to suit your child’s needs. Our philosophy is to tailor the lesson to include your child’s favourite song or style. Please be sure to mention this when you call us to book in for your free trial lesson.

Kids

Musical training before the age of seven has a significant effect on the development of the brain, showing that those who began early had stronger connections between motor regions, the parts of the brain that help you plan and carry out movements. Introducing piano lessons is a powerful way of setting a positive foundation for your child’s education.

Music is unique at combining language, spatial awareness, fine motor skills, creative thinking, logic and mathematics. It engages your child’s mind in a way that is both beautiful and fun.

Focus, discipline, practice and perseverance are vital when mastering the piano. Lessons from Home Piano Teacher will assist your child in building character, self-reliance and self-esteem.

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When you book your child in for a free trial lesson you are investing in their education future and they will thank you later.

Seniors

Now that you’re retired or have more time on your hands, it’s a great opportunity begin learning the piano. Lessons are a fantastic way to keep you mentally active, and expressing yourself.

The advantage of learning when you’re 60, 70 or 80 and beyond is the time factor! You now have time on your side to master a new skill that is fun, beautiful and often magical and mystifying. We often here from our senior students “why didn’t I do this years ago!” and they’re glad they finally did!

Learning to play the piano effectively prevents the degenerative diseases associated with ageing. increases in coordination, hearing, visual muscles and perception. Social interaction and finger and hand strength.

Older students often have more patience and perseverance than younger ones and piano lessons can open a new chapter in your life in which achieving a lifelong dream is yours to grasp.

As kids we were busy doing all sorts of learning and as adults working and raising kids. But this is the perfect moment to book in your free trial lesson with one of our experienced teachers and see where this journey will take you.

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