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A Better Way to Learn to Play

Ever noticed how so many people who took piano lessons as kids can barely play at all as adults, much less read music? You probably know someone like this. Maybe it was you. Ever stop and wonder why that is?

The culture has changed a lot in the last century, but unfortunately piano lessons haven’t. As if by force of habit, most people still believe the best method is one student and one teacher, who usually lives down the street and teaches in her spare time. That worked in the days before television and internet and a thousand other distractions. Today, not so much.

This is why at Pianicity Class Piano, we do things differently. Very differently. Say goodbye to old outdated method books, awkward private lessons, disinterested teachers, and unmotivated students. Say hello to full engagement throughout the lesson, modern proprietary curriculum, state of the art technology, and best of all, motivated, excited students.

It’s been said that the piano is the soul of Western Music. At Pianicity, we believe that. And we believe with a little time and effort, you will too.

More Fun

Any one-on-one encounter with an authority figure can be intimidating--at Pianicity the excitement of learning together turns learning into fun. It's fun because it never gets stale or boring. Learning and playing together--it's what kids do best.

More Engaging

Students in a piano class stay engaged with the teaching because they are challenged and encouraged by the rest of the class. They learn from each other's questions, questions they'd be afraid to ask in a one-on-one setting with an authority figure.

More Competitive

Students learn at different rates, but those who are slower to learn simply practice more, enabling them to keep up with those who are faster to learn. So each member of the class understands that "I too can do this." They see their classmates do it each week.

More Success

Students in a piano class stay engaged with the teaching because they are challenged and encouraged by the rest of the class. They learn from each other's questions, questions they'd be afraid to ask in a one-on-one setting with an authority figure.

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Weekly Lessons

Piano Only
$ 178
00
Monthly
  • One 45 minute lesson/week
  • Ages 6-17
  • Free curriculum
  • Free recitals
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