Making the choice to learn to play piano as an adult has its challenges. Trying to balance daily life with the commitment of practicing the piano is usually a difficult one. But many adults feel that they should have continued playing instead of giving up when they were young or have decided that now is the time to learn the instrument. For senior citizens the benefits are both psychologically and physically rewarding. At Felicia's School of Piano and Music, I try to tailor a program that will get you playing the instrument as quickly as possible without neglecting music theory. We will begin by focusing on learning to read and play music based on my personally developed classical method, but then as quickly as possible transition to learning chords so that you can play your favorite songs from lead sheets as well as standard music sheets.
For those adults who wish to continue with classical training, we'll move on. For those interested in Jazz or other musical styles, we will learn the basics of those forms to get you up and playing as quickly as possible. The trick is to learn the basics and then for both of us to determine your potential and how to achieve your musical goals. This is not a fly-by-night play the piano method as seen on TV and print. It will require your commitment, dedication, and practice. So consider if you truly have the time, and make sure that this is what you really want to do. Once we start together, I will be committed to making you the musician you always wanted to be. I need to know that you are ready and willing to accept the challenge.
If you are interested call for an interview at 732-804-5419 We are located AT 30 Route 79 Aberdeen / Matawan New Jersey e-mail your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org