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Norman Music Institute

Norman, OK 73072
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Norman Music Institute is a piano learning center in Norman. The school features an on-site concert hall as well as an in-house music store and seeks to make lessons as fun as possible with numerous performance opportunities for students to become engaged and excited about learning more. The first lesson is free, scheduling is flexible, and instructors customize sessions per each individual's needs and goals. NMI offers lessons in other instruments as well including guitar, saxophone, strings, clarinet, banjo, trumpet, and trombone, hosts regular high-profile guest clinicians, and provides students opportunities to join Student Showcases, Rock Band Clinics, Live Playing Workshops, Group Jams, and a Summer Band. NMI is also a member of the National Association of Music Merchants and the Percussive Arts Society.


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Sonder Music Piano Studio

Norman, OK 73069
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Sonder Music Piano Studio offers piano instruction in the Norman area. Private weekly lessons are available in the teacher's home as well as periodic group classes and bi-annual studio recitals. The group also offers master classes for students at the intermediate level and above. The instructor, Lauren Sonder, focuses on a well-rounded curriculum to learn a variety of musical skills and writes about piano learning via her blog. Ms. Sonder holds a Masters of Music in composition from the University of Oklahoma, has sat on the boards for the Oklahoma Composers Association, is a member of various teacher associations, and was named Fowler Arts Educator of the Year by Fowler Volkswagen and the Norman Arts Council in 2014.

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Vivace Piano Studio

Edmond, OK 73013
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Vivace Piano Studio teaches piano in Edmond. Students can sign up for private lessons of 30 or 60 minutes in length, and multiple-student as well as military discounts are available. The school tailors lessons to each student and sees piano learning as a form of self-expression as well as a tool for building self-discipline, confidence, focus, patience, organization, and motivation. The teacher holds a Bachelor's degree in Piano Performance from the University of Central Oklahoma, completed an internship in Piano Pedagogy, and is the Fellows Chair on the Board of the Oklahoma Music Teachers Association. The teacher is also an active performer, and individuals can contact Vivace to inquire about live performances for weddings and private events as well as to rent the studio's space for recording, rehearsals, or lessons.

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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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