Piano or Mixed-Music
COVID-19: In-person, mostly-distanced lessons continue. Lynn, the educator, uses a digital piano and approaches the student (acoustic) piano as needed. An air purifier enhances the air circulation, and face masks are welcome but not mandatory until the community risk becomes high.
Are you thinking about starting piano lessons for your child or yourself? If you’re looking for a patient teacher in Barrie, then look no further. Patience Piano offers primary to intermediate private classes for children and adults. As time allows, introduction to other in-studio instruments opens students up to other musical possibilities.
For those who need more variety, Mixed-Music lessons are a great option: a little piano instruction at each lesson, embellished with many other musical activities (including singing and other instruments in the studio’s collection).
Studies have shown that music lessons have a significant impact on a child’s early development. After all, children who take piano lessons learn technique, rhythm, memorization, the importance of practice, how to read music and the life-long skill of believing in themselves. In addition, learning music positively impacts children’s reading and math skills. Lessons regularly include playing from sheet music, ear training, ensemble play (duets) and music-writing activities. Improvising, playing by ear, and playing from chord sheets are encouraged as well.