Piano Lessons in Hudson County, NJ
To learn how to play the piano means different things for different people so it's important to get matched with an appropriate teacher. Perhaps you're looking to play the piano in the style of classic bands such as Ben Folds Five, Queen or Coldplay.
We'll get some basic information such as your level of ability and your schedule, so we can match you with the piano teacher in the Hudson County area that will be best for your particular needs and interests.
Piano Lessons At Home or Hudson County Teacher's Studio
It couldn't be easier! Piano lessons can be in your home, office or in a teacher's studio, and are available in most parts of Hudson County.
To get more information, please call (201) 546-5568.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Cost Effective Options : Choose from a variety of lesson lengths to find one that fits your budget.
- Students young and old, beginner or advanced, can take lessons in any style.
- Easily accessible locations in and around the Hudson County area. Take piano lessons in a teacher's studio or in the comfort of your living room!
- No Registration Fee!
- Conveniant Schedules : With a such a wide array of piano teachers in Hudson County, students will find it's easy to connect with the right teacher.
Education: Bachelor of Music Jazz Guitar Performance (BM), Manhattan School of Music 
Education: Masters in Jazz Composition (MA), NYU 
Education: Music in Violin Performance (BA), Bradley University 
I've been with Natalie for over a year. I have no vocal experience prior to coming to her. She is incredible at tailoring lessons to exactly your level. She has many students who are professional and they love her as well. She finds great analogies and examples to help me learn things that are so difficult to teach otherwise. She's always supportive but challenges me at the same time. She also helps develop my goals in singing as well and helps me come up with new projects to tackle. I always walk out of a lesson feeling inspired and excited. I HIGHLY recommend her to anyone at any level of experience.Beverly Du - NYC, NY Teacher: Natalie W.
About the Piano
The invention of the modern piano is credited to Bartolomeo Cristofori of Padua, Italy in the early 1700s.