The elementary and middle school years are often when parents want to get their kids involved in a musical instrument. Piano is a perfect choice, because it is easy to move on to other instruments after you have learned the basics!
My piano lessons in the Long Beach area are filled with a ton of games, composition, brain exercises, and most of all – learning how to play with healthy technique.
All students are encouraged to perform at recitals, regardless of ability or level. Kids can sometimes get a little nervous when getting up on stage, but I do a lot of work with each student individually to help with stage fright!
Christina has been giving piano lessons to all three of my boys for almost 10 years. She has done such an amazing job with working three very different personalities in respects to taking piano lessons. She has always taken the time to listen and connect with them, not only as a teacher, but also as a friend. Christina has a wonderful teaching style in the sense that she meets the kids where they are so they are team working to learn piano. My boys love and respect Christina. - Dena
What Do Students Learn in Class?
- Piano Technique
- How To Read Music
- Music Theory
- How to Play Classical Music
- How to Play Popular Music
- Healthy Practice Habits
- How to Write Music
- Music History
What is required of students?
- a piano at home
- a positive attitude and willingness to learn
- must be able to sit and concentrate with a teacher
- have a piano or appropriate keyboard at home for daily practice
How does payment for piano lessons work?
Your payment reserves your appointment in our schedule. We charge a flat rate payment each month, and you pay for 4 appointments per month. When your lesson occurs on a month where there are 5 weeks on that day, you receive that lesson for free!
In order to reserve your piano lesson appointment, payment must be made on or before the 25th every month, for the following month. (For example, April's payment is due by March 25).
We accept credit cards, cash, and check.