Piano Lessons in Dupage County, IL
Ready to learn more about piano lessons with a great teacher? If the answer is yes, you should call Encore Music Lessons Today!
We use your location in Dupage County and your preferred availability to match you with the kind of teacher that will be best to start your piano lessons.
It might look difficult, but believe it or not, anyone can learn to play the piano. A good piano teacher, practice, and a little elbow grease is all that's needed to start mastering topics such as melodic minor scales, diminished triads and diminished chords.
Students can choose between having 45, 60, or 90 minute piano lessons. If you decide later that you need more time it's no problem.
Take Piano Lessons in the Convenience of Your Home or at a Teacher's Studio Close By in Dupage County
Piano lessons can be in your home, office or in a teacher's studio, and are available in most areas of Dupage County.
Learn to play the piano and start having fun. Feel free to give us a call at (312) 377-6663 to begin right away.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Request a Dupage County piano teacher yourself from our Teacher Directory, or simply let us know your preferred schedule and we'll connect you with an instructor that can accommodate you.
- Students of any age or level of ability can take piano lessons in any musical genre or style.
- No Registration Fee!
- Affordable Options: Choose a piano lesson length that fits your budget.
- No Term Contracts: There's no commitment so you can stop the piano lessons when you want, without being penalized.
This is my five year old's first experience with a musical instrument. I chose piano for the discipline I knew it would instill in him. Silvana has been quite amazing, extremely helpful and has the patience of a saint. I would recommend her for old and young students alike.I.M.- NYC, NY Teacher: Silvana C.
About the Piano
Viennese-style pianos were built with wood frames, two strings per note, and had leather-covered hammers. Some of these Viennese pianos had the opposite coloring of modern-day pianos; the natural keys were black and the accidental keys white.