Want to learn to play piano from the comfort of your own home? My Local Music Lessons offers professional piano lessons in Denver. We come to your home and provide you with top-notch instruction. No worries. No hassle. Just quality instruction from experienced teachers. Whether you’re learning the basics or honing your skills, our piano instructors can take you to the next level. Perfect for busy families and hardworking professionals, our in-home piano lessons in Denver, CO make learning easy.
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How to Get Started With Piano Lessons in Denver, CO
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Step 3: Confirm Your Lesson
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In-Person Classes vs Online Lessons
Online lessons are a great supplement to any musical training program, but they’re no substitute for the real thing. Here’s why:
- Custom programs
- Individualized advice
- Real-time feedback
- Contextual learning
- One-size-fits all instruction
- One-to-many ratio
- No instant feedback
- No additional explanation
Featured Instructors Offering Piano Lessons in Denver CO
Meet Piano teacher Andrew Wright
Andrew Wright teaches Piano Lessons in Denver, CO and surrounding areas. First, Andrew’s approach to teaching is to create a custom program for each student. Also, this program creates a balance between learning the important elements of music, and how those elements apply to the student’s favorite songs and styles. Andrew offers lessons for ages 6 and up, for all styles of music and all ability levels. With his approach you will gain the skills, knowledge, and abilities to reach your goals. If you are interested in learning more about Piano and Voice Lessons in Littleton area, read on! In addition you can read more about Andrew and his teaching methods at his Instructor Page here: Andrew Wright
Meet Piano Instructor Charlotte Johnson
Charlotte Johnson teaches Piano Lessons in Denver CO and surrounding areas. First, Charlotte helps students of all ages and skill levels. Also, she teaches most styles of music. In addition, she will assess your needs, and goals and design a program that is customized for you! Charlotte is a vocal performance graduate from McNally Smith College of Music, located in St. Paul, MN. She has three years of teaching experience. Students who study with Charlotte will explore and master music fundamentals including theory, rhythm, sight reading, and artistic expression. If you are looking for a great teacher, see more info at her page here: Charlotte Johnson
Meet Piano Teacher Colin Farnsworth
Colin Farnsworth teaches Piano Lessons in Denver, CO and surrounding locations. First, Colin will ask some questions about your background and skill level, as well as your goals. Next, he will create a custom program to help you reach those goals. Also, he will create a balance between learning the technical sides of music, with your favorite songs and styles. In this way you get to apply what you learn in songs that are familiar. This approach helps you have more FUN while learning the important skills and info you need. If you want more info about Colin Farnsworth please see his instructor page here: Colin Farnsworth
To view more instructors and locations please visit our instructors page and browse through our selection.
Choose My Local Music Lessons for your Denver Piano Lessons and you’ll:
- Save Time: Convenient online scheduling + in-home service = time saved.
- Save Money: No travel fees. No hidden charges. Same price as studio lessons.
- Learn from the Best: First-class instructors. Full background checks. A+ BBB rating.
Benefits of Piano Lessons in Denver CO
First, music and math are highly intertwined. By understanding beat, rhythm, and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions, and recognize patterns. In addition, music wires a child’s brain to help them better understand other areas of math, says Lynn Kleiner, founder of Music Rhapsody in Redondo Beach, CA.
Also, as kids get older, they’ll start reciting songs, calling on their short-term memory and eventually their long-term memory. Subsequently, using a mnemonic device to do this is a method that can later be applied to other memory skills, says Mary Larew. Mary is the top Suzuki violin teacher at the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, Connecticut.
Musical instrument classes also introduce young children to basic physics. For instance, plucking the strings on a guitar or violin teaches children about harmonic and sympathetic vibrations. Even non-string instruments, such as drums and the vibraphone, give big kids the opportunity to explore these scientific principles.
Long vs Short Practice Sessions Tips
Reality: Shorter times are optimal. First, after about 15 minutes of an activity, the average person becomes mentally fatigued. Also, short bursts of concentration repeated frequently are much more effective than one long session.
What does that mean? Even if you only have 10 minutes, DO IT. Do another 10 minutes later in the day or the next day. By the end of the week, you might have 16 micro practice sessions, yet only practiced on 4 days. This is highly efficient.
Try to practice for a full hour (or even a half hour), and another day is likely to go by with ZERO practice. Why? Because life gets busy. All too often, that extra half hour or hour just doesn’t materialize. The result? You miss practicing ALTOGETHER.
Instead, sneak in 5 minutes here or 10 minutes there, and you’ll meet your weekly goals before you know it!
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