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Jenni Eisel Piano Studio

Scottsdale, AZ 85259
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Jenni Eisel Piano Studio in Scottsdale offers weekly group or private piano lessons for kids, adults, and seniors in her home studio. Instruction is tailored to each individual student and can encompass classical, pop, jazz, ragtime, new age, or a variety of styles. Students can participate in annual recitals at Steinway Gallery of Scottsdale and have the option of membership in the National Federation of Music Clubs. Eisel is a member of Music Teacher National Association and National Federation of Music Clubs and has a degree in piano performance from Ohio State University.

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Mary Jo's Music Studio

Scottsdale, AZ 85054
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Located in Scottsdale, Mary Jo's Music Studio offers piano, guitar, and recorder lessons starting at age 6, available both at the studio or in the student's home. Music appreciation classes are small group lessons for kids of all ages that stress learning music through games and listening activities. Mary Jo Davis has been teaching since 1977 and has a master's degree in music education from Arizona State University. She truly loves her students and is a favorite among parents for her enthusiasm and warm demeanor.

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Peggy Rostron

Phoenix, AZ 85042
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Peggy Rostron is a Phoenix-based music teacher who offers private piano lessons for students as young as six featuring weekly instruction, an annual recital, and regular group workshops that focus on performance, listening, theory, and other areas of musicianship. Rostron is a principal pianist with MusicaNova Orchestra and has been teaching music lessons for more than 30 years. She is a member of the Music Teachers National Association and the National Federation of Music Clubs.

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Phoenix Conservatory of Music

Phoenix, AZ 85051
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Phoenix Conservatory of Music, founded in 1998, provides high-quality music education to approximately 2,400 students each year. They offer after-school programs, private lessons, group classes, school-based instruction, summer camp, and even college prep. Available instruments include piano, guitar, strings, percussion, voice, audio production, and more. Phoenix Conservatory of Music is the state's only affiliate of the prestigious Berklee City Music Network. The Conservatory's students have a 65 percent acceptance rate to the highly ranked Berklee College of Music.

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Piano and Voice Lessons by Luba

Scottsdale, AZ 85254
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Located in Scottsdale, Piano and Voice Lessons by Luba offers both private and in-home instruction as well as preparation for competitions, auditions, and performances. Luba, a Russian native, has played since the age of 6 and studied piano at Kurgan Music College as well as Julliard. Rates start at $160 per month for weekly 30-minute lessons.

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Tammie's Music Studio

Mesa, AZ 85204
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Based in Mesa, Tammie's Music Studio offers piano, guitar, drum, and violin lessons at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels for children as young as 4. Lessons focus on performance, theory, technique, sight reading, and ear training and start at $100 per month for weekly 30-minute lessons. Tammie's Music Studio was founded in 1991 and employs experienced teachers with at least 15 years of playing experience and at least 10 years of formal music training.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a good keyboard for piano lessons?

Electric keyboards designed for beginners are ideal for students learning piano. Recommended models include the Yamaha YPT-260 and the Yamaha PSR-EW300. Both of these versions are portable for easy transport to lessons, and the keys of the YPT-260 are printed with music notes for sight reading.

Should I quit piano lessons?

If you're not happy with your piano teacher or with piano lessons in general, it may be a good idea to take some time off from your lessons to reassess your musical goals. Consider working with a different teacher or self-teaching through online tutorials if music is an important aspiration.

How long does it take to learn piano with lessons?

On average, beginning piano skills, such as learning basic notes and hand positions on keys, takes between four and six months, while intermediate and expert levels can take years to achieve. The amount of time it takes to learn can vary, depending on the student's ability to absorb information and the amount of time put into practice.

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