Private Piano Lessons
Piano Programs at South Florida Conservatory of Music are designed for students from 5 years old to adults.
Our instructors use a variety of teaching methods, from traditional methods to Suzuki. Our piano instructors are highly qualified and perform regularly solo, with orchestras and in bands.
South Florida Conservatory of Music offers a number of performance opportunities:
• Frequent recitals;
• Participating in music festivals;
• National and international competitions.
Recitals are open to all students and provide invaluable performance experience.
Many of our students are winners of national and international music competitions and performed at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York.
The South Florida Conservatory of Music provides a curriculum that focuses on the basics for beginners through intermediate and advanced players. Our team focuses on building a strong social connection through music that will spark your passion for musical art.
Each student is taught individually so that he or she is given the maximum attention. Each and every lesson is tailor-fit to that individual student to best fit his or her learning experience to the fullest potential.
What Piano Lessons Can Do for You
1. Build Confidence
Piano lessons, particularly one-on-one sessions, offer personalized attention to students and give them a safe place to express themselves. As they progress, they feel more confident in their abilities and build self-esteem with every new skill they master.
2. Improve Academic Skills
Music lessons improve coordination, multi-tasking, and pattern recognition as well as right- and left-brain function. Those who study music also have improved math and science skills since music incorporates ratios, fractions, counting, pacing, sequencing, and acoustics. Singing integrates math, spatial relations, reading, and emotional expression, which all boost brain activity and create pathways for processing numbers and letters more effectively.
3. Learn Good Study Habits
Because piano lessons require study, memorization, and practice, children understand more about their learning style and how their brain processes information. They quickly develop techniques for breaking down a new piece, absorbing critical components, and practicing it so they feel ready to perform it. This approach transfers to concepts they face in school and at work.
4. Boost Focus
Singing takes concentration, and children who take regular lessons learn the responsibility and discipline necessary to succeed. Their ability to focus improves as they work to master a new song and expand their vocal range. They quickly realize the benefit of practicing at home and will give their undivided attention to each session. The more they practice focusing, the better they become at it in every aspect of their day.
5. Reduce Stress & Anxiety
A 2013 article published by the National Library of Medicine found that piano practice can actually help treat depression and alleviate stress in elderly adults. Despite the studied demographic being older adults, these findings are encouraging of all ages that piano practice can serve as a holistic and natural treatment for depression and mood disorders.