Learning how to play the piano is a lifelong adventure. It is not a fleeting passion that evaporates after a key is struck, or when the sound that it produced has dissipated. Playing involves total focus, concentration, imagination, creativity, skill, and discipline. Learning how to play it entails mutual trust and commitment from both teacher and student. Goals must be continually aspired and built the S.M.A.R.T. way. The end product of course, is making music, beautiful music, music that breaths, music that inspires.

Indeed, playing the piano is a highly cerebral undertaking. It involves not just the senses being activated at the same time but includes more complicated processes like motor skills, analysis, and deductive reasoning, memory skills, organizational skills, among others. The benefits are endless. The enthusiastic player will need to devote a lot of hard work and countless hours in learning and creating music that is not only pleasing to one’s ear but a delight to anyone who encounters the ethereal sounds; sounds that are meant to be shared.

Whatever is the motivation for learning the master of musical instruments, piano playing is one of the most rewarding experiences one can have in life.

Have the adventure of a lifetime! Let’s make music! Let’s play the piano!

Royal Conservatory of Music Certified Teacher