Your First Piano Lesson

At EN Music Studio, I aim to make piano lessons as accessible as possible to the community. I understand that busy parents and busy adults do not have the time to make it to a weekly appointment with so much on their schedule already. In-home piano lessons are ideal for those who want to pick up a long-term fun, challenging, and rewarding skill with many mental developmental benefits.

Here are 5 things to know about your first lesson with me:

  1. If you do not have a preferred piano book, I will pick up an appropriate book based on the students’ level before the first lesson. I will include the book price into the first invoice. Because students can advance very quickly, I like to start with one book and will communicate with the parents if more books are needed.
  2. Please have a folder or a binder. While most of the notes I make will be directly on the music books, we will also sometimes have handouts.
  3. If possible, please have a small table available nearby where we could work on written work, such as composition or music theory.
  4. Parents are not required to supervise the lesson. They are welcomed to if they’d like. Most parents feel free to work on other projects nearby. Cook! Clean! It’s the benefit of in-home piano lessons. Listen in while getting your work done.
  5. I will want to meet with the parents after the first lesson to go over any questions of the studio policy. The studio policy will go over agreements such as lesson rates and cancellation policies.

Moving forward from this first lesson, every lesson will look different for everyone. Music is a broad subject, and the piano is a versatile instrument. My mandate is to fuel the student’s interests while giving them appropriate challenges to help them advance. Parents can expect to hear a variety of folk, Disney, pop, and classical music. If parents have any requests, we can definitely consider those too!


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