“Pleasure results from gaining knowledge about the object of our pleasure,

not, as we might assume, from merely experiencing it over and over again.

Our pleasure increases in something when we learn its...deeper nature"

Paul Bloom, Yale professor

PhD in cognitive psychology, specializes in pleasure research




Tuition &



60mins lesson
twice weekly

12 monthly autopay

2—4 children per group

80 lessons a year

Option for once a week 

One-time $50 Materials Fee


45/60/75mins lesson

12 monthly autopay

One on one

38 lessons & 2 recitals a year

Weekly scheduled

Materials extra


6/12/18 60mins lesson
by appointment

Cost per package

One on one

Must complete within 6 months

By appointment only

Materials extra

Who is it for

Children/siblings 5—12 with busy parent(s) who has minimum time to supervise their daily practice or just want them to have fun learning music at their own pace

Young children with very involved parents, self-motivated teen or adults willing to commit to a more intentional learning and daily practice routine, and have a strong desire to grow in their musical aptitude

Busy teen, working/retired

self-motivated adults

looking to learn piano as a hobby

Supplement to lessons

Summer/track-out camp

Trial lessons



No strict practice requirement, but 5—15 mins of daily practice is encouraged if more growth is desired

Early Elementary: 20 mins

Elementary: 30 mins

Late Elementary and beyond:

60 mins or more

Minimum 15-30 mins daily practice is encouraged



Acoustic piano is preferred but 88-key weighted keyboard is acceptable

Acoustic piano is required

Acoustic piano is preferred but 88-key weighted keyboard is acceptable


Build strong musical foundation and classical music appreciation through piano, games, singing, listening, movement, stories and creative activities

Project and goal oriented learning with classical approach to build a strong pianistic foundation to be life-long independent music makers

Music Theory

Lead Sheet, Chord/Arrangement

Notation & Sight Reading

Ear Training & Sight Singing

Natural Piano Technique



Children learn from, play duet/ensemble, and perform to one another during lessons

Possibility of bi-weekly overlap group learning in music theory and peer performances

Not available


Piano Party on lesson days where children can invite friends & family  to share music with them

Participation in studio recital is mandatory

If desired, we can work towards recital performance