Piano Lessons with Serene

Hi Everyone! You won't have to search anymore as you have found the right place to provide you with a positive musical learning experience.

You must be thinking, "Am I making the right decision in choosing the piano?" Absolutely!

The piano is one of the most popular instruments because of its ease in learning and versatility. It is used as an accompaniment for other instruments or for singers. The tone is remarkable, and you can play almost every musical style on it, ranging from Classical through to rock pop and jazz. It is also fundamental for all musicians, even if their "main" instrument is not piano.

Without a doubt learning the piano gives students a well-rounded musical learning experience as you not only learn to play music but also develop the theory aspect of music. If you can play the piano then learning other instruments becomes even easier.

I thoroughly recommend the piano to any student of any age who wants to get into music and I can tell you through my experience that is the most rewarding and fun instrument to take on.

So go for it and don't let excuses get in your way of giving it a go, I will be there with you all the way.

What you can expect to learn:

  • Read music efficiently
  • Develop the mastery of piano technique
  • Practice and memorize effectively
  • Perform with poise and confidence
  • Ability to accompany yourself if you're a singer
  • Putting music to a song you wrote
  • Skills to play in a band (e.g. church band, rock band, etc)
  • AMEB (Piano or Piano For Leisure), ABRSM or Trinity exams (practical and/or theory)
  • Sight-read pieces accurately
  • Theory - classical or jazz styles
  • Develop an appreciation and passion for music
  • Express yourself through music
  • Train your ear
  • Play your very own favourite song just by listening to it over the radio!

Most people who enrol in music lessons don't have the confidence in becoming the next Mozart. However, they learn to become good at something, and this is the greatest gift of music lessons.

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Do you really need a piano?

If you are a beginner, a keyboard will suffice. All students who are Grade 1 level and up should be practising on a piano to develop finger technique. Contemporary style students may prefer to use either a digital piano, or a keyboard that is either 76 or 88 keys.

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If you want to book in your FREE lesson or have any questions about lessons or piano in general, feel free to send me an email or call me.

Lessons are conducted at my studio in Castle Hill about 5 minutes from Castle Towers. I also conduct some lessons in Kellyville and West Pennant Hills.

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