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PIANO

​​Piano Lessons - both online and in-person - have remained one of the most popular requests at our school. There are a few options you can choose from. One-on-one lessons have been in demand for a while, but now Piano Duet and Piano Quartet are becoming more requested, too, due to their innovation, fun, and lower fees.

1. Piano Solo

 

Traditional one-on-one piano lessons - one teacher, one student. The entire lesson teacher's attention is devoted to one student only. 

Choose your optimal lesson length: 30, 45,  or 60 minutes long. Available in-person and online (Zoom). 

The first lesson is free when signing up for online lessons.

 

2. Piano Duet 

 

Two students;  35 minutes. It will be a good fit for siblings, friends, couples. Available in-person and online (Zoom). 

The first lesson is free when signing up for online lessons.

3. Piano Quartet 

Four students;  45 minutes. A fun, light, inexpensive option for piano lessons. As of summer 2021, available online only (Zoom). 

Requires a digital piano at your place and Piano Marvel membership.  

Either your lessons are in person or online, you will need an instrument at your place - an acoustic piano or a digital keyboard. If it is online, also a device: laptop, tablet, or cellphone with the internet to start your lessons. We will walk you through every step in detail, alongside some tips and recommendations. 

Schedule an in-person trial lesson or a free online trial lesson to see how it works.

Young Boy Playing the Piano
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