Piano Tips

Playing piano requires totally dedication and commitment. The joy of these efforts comes with success in mastery of the art. There are few suggestions to help make learning piano fun, easy and quick.

  • Finding the right teacher: This is a major step in mastering the art of playing piano. The right teacher is the one that will inspire you, meet you at your level of learning, develop custom plan base on your learning ability and be there with you all the way.

  • Choose between a ‘piano’ and a ‘keyboard':  Walking into our studio, it is important to have in mind the instrument you would like to learn. Acoustic piano is generally more expensive than a keyboard and most people prefer to stick with their budget.  Digital keyboards and pianos are affordable. Most people can afford them for a start. The good news is that learning one is like learning the other.

  •  Commitment and Confidence: Learning new things can be challenging, overwhelming and most often discouraging. Learning piano is no exception. It requires dedication and time management.  Your teacher and family should support your effort to become a professional piano player.

  • Time Management: Giving our work, school life and family engagements, time can be so unavailable. However, learning piano requires a level of discipline that is built on commitment and perseverance. An adult must find at least 1 hour every day to maintain progressive learning chart. A child should practice at least 30 minutes every day to do the same. Remember 30 minutes of practice every day is better than 20 hours of practice in one day.  Self discipline is important to piano lessons. Establish a routine and stick to it. It will help you as you progress in the lessons.