Simply Music Piano


Redondo/Manhattan Beach Music School | p 310-376-8646

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piano lessons

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MON, June 5 @ 3:00 PM

THU, June 8 @ 3:30 PM THU, June 8 @ 4:00 PM

THU, June 8 @ 4:30 PM

FRI, June 9 @ 5:30 PM

FRI, June 9 @ 6:30 PM

SAT, June 10 @ 3:30 PM SAT, June 10 @ 4:00 PM

SAT, June 10 @ 5:00 PM

 

How does it work?

Think of it like the Rosetta Stone of piano lessons. Just like you don’t teach children to read and write before they learn to speak, we feel you don’t have to know to read music in order to make it. Simply Music Piano is a new-age approach to learning piano that has you playing real recognizable songs from the very first lessons.

 

It’s Personable.

Every person is deeply and profoundly musical, but many people don’t know it.  We encourage creativity.  If you want to play The Beatles, let’s play.  If you like to sing, let’s sing.  If you want to write your own music, let’s write.  You’re on your musicianship path, let us help be your guide.

For children.

There’s scientific evidence that children’s intelligence increases with the addition of music into their lives. Simply Music Piano prepares a student physically and aurally before they are exposed to notation. It’s a more natural way of learning piano using creativity and imagination to make music.  For busy parents looking to connect with their young ones, this method comes with a three pronged support approach.  Don’t worry, we’ll explain how.

For adults.

Designed to suit your personal interests and needs as a musician. We have many supplemental projects including composition, song-writing, arranging, improvisation, etc.. The teachers are simply here to guide you in becoming the specific kind of musician you want to be by providing you with the resources and skills you need in order to develop. Learn the kind of music YOU want to play, don’t worry about scales or middle C— just yet.

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