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The piano is a beautiful instrument, challenging to play but full of potential. If you are serious about taking your skills to the next level, supplement your piano lessons in Austin with some of these events and activities offered around the city. Watching others perform will give you a glimpse as to where you could be one day!
Restaurants with Live Piano Music in Austin
The Driskill Grill Experience this traditional Texan-style grill with live piano playing while you enjoy a meal made from locally-sourced ingredients, game, and wine from the restaurant’s extensive list. http://www.driskillgrill.com/about/driskill-grill-austin-texas
Chez Zee A bistro, bar, and dessert bakery is certainly a unique place to enjoy live piano music. Pianists perform all day long, offering you entertainment during drinks, an evening meal, or Sunday brunch. http://www.chez-zee.com/
Green Pastures Set in a Southern manor house, Green Pastures is the place to go if you want a truly spectacular brunch. Peacocks roam the grounds and pianists perform some of your favorite pieces to complete the atmosphere. http://greenpasturesrestaurant.com/page/o965/Green_Pastures.html
Austin Piano Festival Formed as a non-profit organization to enrich musical culture in Austin, the Austin Piano Festival is held every spring for piano players and music lovers in the area. It is your chance to listen to top artists, take master classes with guest teachers, and learn something new to take back to your piano lessons in Austin. http://www.austinpianofestival.com/about.htm
Austin Chamber Music Festival If you are interested in the role that the piano has to play in classical music, the Austin Chamber Music Festival is an event you just can’t miss. Taking place every July, the festival consists of a number of concerts performed by a wide variety of musicians as well as several free community concerts, presentations, and workshops. You can turn up to any of the free events without a ticket or reservation. http://austinchambermusic.org/festival-2015/
Strait Music Company The Strait Music Company sells all the top piano brands, both new and used, including digital pianos. Models are available with a no-interest financing option and a 5-year full-trade policy, which enables you upgrade to a new piano after five years. Plus, you can rent before you buy to try out different models. http://www.straitmusic.com/t-departments-pianos.aspx
Music Masters This piano showroom is dedicated to digital and acoustic pianos. The company also uses their website to advertise all the upcoming piano events in Austin, meaning you need never miss another recital, contest, or festival. http://www.musicmasterspianoservice.com/index.html
Floyd Piano Company Along with their pianos for sale, the Floyd Piano Company offers piano tuning, repairs, and restoration. A team of experienced carpenters have their own woodshop, where they restore aged or damaged pianos to their former appearance and acoustics. http://www.floydpianocompany.com/
With these services, you will have no more excuses not to practice after your piano lessons in Austin. Good luck, and have fun!
Piano - I teach beginning through lower advanced piano. It is important that each student enjoys what they play while developing a firm understanding of the technique for the instrument. Each student will be able to master 3 - 12 major scales within the first six months of playing along with the first 2 - 10 Hanon exercises. Students will also work on various pieces/songs ranging from classical to pop depending on the students interests. I try to cater lessons to the individual learning styles of each student while trying to introduce new and interesting ideas to push the student to the next level. For those that have been playing for a while I will find out where they are on their journey and help guide them from there. For very young children (ages 4 - 5) I encourage parents to take part in their child’s lessons so they can help when their child is practicing at home. It is also important that every student learns how to relax while playing along with forming good practice habits. ...
Students of all ages and levels welcome! Teaching experience of eight years from all corners of the world!
I've been teaching beginner piano for over 2 years and can focus on a range of subjects including music reading, theory, and pop/ folk/ rock songs.
Teaching piano students of all ages and abilities in classical, jazz and pop piano styles. I hold a BA in Music from the University of Texas at Austin.
My lessons can cover everything from basic to advanced piano playing techniques, including music theory.
I hold a DMA degree in cello performance from Michigan State University. I have been teaching private piano lessons for more than 10 years. My students are aged from 3 to 50 years old.
My availability varies with your location and subject. I highly recommend you contact me first for the most accurate availability!
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Have you always wanted to play the piano? We’re here to help! Get started with these 20 video tutorials hosted by San Diego, CA piano teacher Jordan M, one of our expert instructors with TakeLessons.com. In this free video series, you’ll get an introduction to the instrument and learn a few easy exercises to get you reading music and understanding rhythm!
Intro to the Piano: Learn about the parts of the piano and how to find the all-important Middle C.
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