Baltimore Piano Academy is a piano learning center in Parkville. Students of all ages and playing experience can take 30-minute piano lessons once a week and prepare for voluntary participation in performances, auditions, competitions, and recitals. The instructor customizes lessons to the goals, interests, age, level, and musical preferences of each student and incorporates a fun and engaging approach for optimal results. The school promotes musical learning for improved academic per the recommendation of The College Board as well as for a greater appreciation and awareness of life. The owner and teacher received her Masters of Music in Performance and Pedagogy /Piano Major from the State Conservatory in Baku, USSR and today is a member of a number of associations including the Music Teachers National Association, the Maryland Music Teachers Association, and the American College of Musicians.
Parkville, MD(410) 668-3087
Bel Air Music Studios has been teaching piano in the Bel Air area for 10 years. Serious piano students can benefit from conservatory-level piano lessons with highly qualified instructors as well as two recitals each year at a state-of-the-art venue. The studio promotes musical learning as a tool for improved mental activity, poise, posture, confidence, coordination, patience, and spiritual awareness, and the teachers aim to create independent and dedicated students who are able to play any music they choose. Recitals help prepare individuals to audition for competitions, colleges, and festivals, and Bel Air Music also encourages its students to take the annual Trinity College London Practical and Theory Examinations. Lessons are available as well in voice, guitar, cello, violin, and viola, and adults are also welcome.
Bel Air, MD(443) 617-4055
Gloria Krutul has been teaching piano to Baltimore students for over 20 years. The instructor uses both traditional and Suzuki methods to teach piano technique, interpretation, reading, and the ability to play by ear and customizes her private piano sessions to each student's needs. Individuals are able to increase their confidence and attain their piano playing goals while studying various styles and periods of music and can also perform in recitals that take place twice a year. Gloria Krutul also offers music classes to homeschool students in kindergarten through 12th grade, and additional opportunities include lessons in dance, voice, and drama via the center's Three Ring Theater program. For further details and pricing, families can phone or email the studio directly.
Baltimore, MD(410) 433-6942
Liberty Piano Studio offers piano lessons in Shrewsbury and is backed by almost 20 years of teaching experience. Both young children from the age of three to adults are welcome, and the teacher can provide lessons for all playing levels with weekly sessions normally lasting 30 minutes. Beginning students are able to play songs in as little as a month, and the center focuses on classic methodology for note reading, note recognition, harmony, and rhythm. All students need to practice regularly, and the center asks parents to encourage their children to play for them as much as possible as well. Liberty Piano holds an annual Christmas recital and occasional mini recitals throughout the year, and the teacher received a Bachelor of Sacred Music including classes in pedagogy, music theory, and music history.
Shrewsbury, PA(717) 515-1037
Lisa Rehwoldt Classical Piano brings over 25 years of teaching experience to piano students in Ellicott City. The center specializes in classical piano instruction, music literature, music theory, ear training, and applied piano lessons, and students can sign up for 30, 45, and 60-minute sessions. Students are required to practice a set amount of time depending on their level and have an opportunity to perform in studio recitals twice a year. The award-winning teacher, Dr. Lisa Rehwoldt, holds a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance with a minor in music history from Oberlin College as well as a Doctor of Musical Arts and a Master of Music in piano performance from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Rehwoldt is also a member of the National Music Teachers Association as well as the Maryland State Music Teachers Association and was awarded the Paderewski Gold Medal from the National Guild of Piano Teachers.
Ellicott City, MD(443) 979-3340
Lydia's Piano Studio offers piano lessons to the residents of Westminster. The center presently counts over 55 students including children as young as six to adults, and lessons focus on sight-reading, technique, ear training, composition, and theory. The teacher uses different styles to help individuals find the music they love to play, and students at the center can perform at various recitals and competitions such as at Starry Night Bakery and the Clavinova Festival in order to further increase confidence and musical ability. The owner and teacher, Lydia Bandy, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from McDaniel College and is a member of the Barnes-Ferencz Competition Committee as well. Ms. Bandy is also available to perform on the piano and Celtic harp at weddings, parties, corporate events, and other venues.
Westminster, MD(410) 876-3653
Rose's Piano Studio is a Sykesville piano learning center backed by 30 years of teaching experience. Lessons last 30, 45, or 60 minutes depending on the student's level of playing, and the center focuses on piano learning as a great form of self-expression as well as a useful tool for greater mental awareness and academic performance. Rose's students receive weekly practice guidelines and the opportunity to play in two recitals during the year as well. The instructor holds a Master of Music degree, is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music by the Music Teacher's National Association, and is the primary piano instructor at Carroll Community College as well. The instructor's spouse also teaches piano at the Atholton Adventist School and is also available to teach Rose's Piano Studio students.
Sykesville, MD(301) 854-6627
Yuka Stein Piano Studio teaches piano to Baltimore residents and has over 20 years of teaching experience. Children as young as five to adults may take lessons, and sessions are focused on playing ability, music theory, and musicality. Beginners have 30 minutes of learning time each session, while intermediate and advanced students receive 45 and 60-minute sessions, and interested parties can read through topics covered for all levels on Yuka Stein's website as well as view what books are used. The instructor, Yuka Stein, holds a degree in piano performance from the Showa Academia Musicae, has performed with Miri Terashima in the duo Yuka and Miri, and is a member of the Music Teachers National Association, the Music Teachers Maryland State Music Teachers Association, and the Music Teachers Association Greater Baltimore. Recital opportunities are also available.
Baltimore, MD(443) 562-8188