PIANO LESSONS IN HOUSTON

The Piano is an excellent instrument
for students of all ages (age 6+) and
skill levels.

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Piano lessons are a fantastic choice for students of all ages and abilities from beginners to very advanced students. At CFMA, you will enjoy piano lessons in many different styles of music, from classical music, jazz and pop to contemporary styles. Some of our students want to learn music just for fun, whereas others prepare to win music competitions, start college as music majors or teach at a music academy in the future.

Private Piano Lesson Formats: Our private piano lessons are taught one-on-one, and lesson lengths are available in 30-minute, 45-minute or 60-minute increments.

Fill out the form and one of our team members will reach out to you to answer any questions you may have and help you schedule your first Piano Lesson!

Or give us a call at (281) 855-8855.

PIANO LESSONS FOR KIDS

We start Piano Lessons for Kids at age 5, and there's a good reason for that: the piano (or electronic keyboard) is a fantastic instrument for children. It is so much easier to learn than, for example, the violin or the flute. Unlike the violin, which requires daily tuning and many hours of practice to produce an enjoyable tone, the piano yields results from the start.

Our Piano Lessons students learn how to play melodic lines and impressive harmonies (chords) very quickly. These early results tend to be quite motivational, inspiring children to explore the instrument further and build their skills.

For some younger students, it may be best to start in Group Piano Classes before enrolling in Private Piano Lessons.

PIANO LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS--KIDS or ADULTS

The piano is also a wonderful instrument for beginners of any age. We have piano students of all ages, ranging from age 5 through mature adulthood. With the exception of very young children who still lack the proper motor skills, the piano can be learned by beginners of all ages.

CFMA also offers many Adult Piano Classes for all ability levels. Our piano instructors will work with you to make an individualized plan and focus on reaching your musical goals.

More on Adult Music Lessons Here!

PIANO AS A FIRST OR SECOND INSTRUMENT

Learning the piano can be a springboard for starting lessons on an additional instrument. So many musical concepts are taught on the piano--melody, harmony, counterpoint, dynamics, articulation, etc.--that it has become THE instrument of choice for teaching music theory. Piano students tend to have an edge in music theory because they have been applying many music theoretical concepts since their very first piano lessons. 

Equipped with all this knowledge and musical understanding, piano lesson students tend to have an easier time learning an additional instrument.

PIANO INSTRUCTORS TO MEET YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

As we have many piano instructors on faculty, we are able to match students with a teacher who works best with their particular age, personality, learning styles, skill level, and goals. When we enroll your child (or you), we will work hard to find that perfect connection for you to ensure that music education is enjoyable and progress happens quickly.

ADVANCED PIANO LESSONS

When piano students have had a few years of piano lessons, their skills sometimes advance to the point where a teacher change is needed. Many instructors skilled in teaching beginners are not necessarily as effective when it comes to teaching advanced piano students.

That is why for advanced piano students, our private piano teachers with master’s and doctoral degrees along with vast teaching experience are the best choice. They stand ready to prepare advanced piano students for university auditions or music competitions--or quite simply help them enjoy the more challenging works of the piano literature!

PRIVATE PIANO LESSON FORMATS

Our private piano lessons are taught one-on-one, and lesson lengths are available in 30-minute, 45-minute or 60-minute increments.


PRIVATE PIANO VS. GROUP PIANO INSTRUCTION - WHICH IS BEST FOR MY CHILD?

BENEFITS OF PIANO LESSONS

The piano is often the first instrument that someone will learn to play. It’s easier to learn than some other instruments, like the violin or cello, for example, even for young musicians. It also does not require day-to-day maintenance as for example, string instruments do.

Here are some additional benefits of playing the piano:

Playing the piano helps students to improve their dexterity and fine motor skills.
Playing the piano (and other instruments) supports stronger memory formation and better reading and mathematical skills.
Piano lessons help students to develop discipline and learn the importance of regular practice.
Many musical concepts (melody, harmony, etc.) are taught on the piano first, making it the preferred instrument for teaching music theory.

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GREAT BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS!

All Piano Lesson Students have the opportunity to perform in at least two Recitals per year.

Additional Benefits: Piano Students also have the option to participate in:

Festivals

Theory examinations

Piano Contests

Publication Contests

Composition Contests

World of Music Examinations

Ensemble Performance at the annual meeting of the Texas Music Teacher's Association

GREAT PIANO FACULTY!

All Piano Teachers studied and played piano at the university level. Their music education includes advanced degrees in piano. Many of our piano teachers are active members of:

MTNA - Music Teachers National Association

TMTA - Texas Music Teachers Association 

NWHMTA - Northwest Houston Music Teachers Association

 

Fill out the form and one of our team members will reach out to you.

Or give us a call at (281) 855-8855.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who Are Your Piano Instructors?
We have an extensive list of piano instructors. Check out our faculty page to learn more about them and their background.
How Do I Sign Up for Lessons?
To sign up for piano lessons, call us at (281) 855-8855.
Do You Offer Performance Opportunities?
Yes! All piano lesson students can participate in at least two recitals per year.