Let's Play Piano

Our goal is to help children in building “musical ear”, solid sight reading abilities – a strong sense of rhythm and good technique. These skills are the most essential parts of successful mastering of playing the piano. With the help of popular and classical melodies, you will see your kid playing very soon.

Knowing the secrets of successful learning we work to make every lesson to be interesting and effective.

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato

Piano Heroes Method Books

The Piano Heroes: Mission Start is a leading-edge piano method book which puts boisterous and curious children (ages 5 to 6) on an exciting mission to achieve the Keyboard Superpower. It starts with the exploration of the keys, the keyboard, the low and high sounds, and the pattern play.

With the help of colorful visuals, it goes on to the musical alphabet and brings in all the friendly super-animals. Their names, colors, and songs create an explosion of associations and help to memorize the musical notes in a very different way you have never seen before. The Keyboard Superpowerblossoms when the student plays with the black and the white keys using the second and the third finger on the entire keyboard. And to appreciate the magnitude of the achievement the young superhero learns the short and the long notes too.

Teaching Philosophy

Music is an essential part of our lives. We listen, we sing, we study, we live in a world of music. It brings us joy, it motivates us, it helps us get through the hard times, it makes us grow. Therefore, music plays the crucial role in the development of the young mind.

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There is no doubt about the importance of imagination in forming a creative personality. We cannot teach imagination, but as teachers, we can model it. We can help our students to collect building blocks and lay a stable foundation of a successful artistic musician.

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Practice Tips for Parents

To master the piano your child will need to practice daily. Even after 32 years of playing piano, I am still learning and perfecting my skills. One of the biggest challenges parents’ face, particularly if no one in the family has ever pla…

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