Piano Lessons in Park Ridge, NJ
Taking private piano lessons with a teacher one on one has advantages over taking them in a class setting. It's easy to get left behind in a class with other students. When you take private piano lessons your teacher knows you better and can assist you directly with learning things like seventh chords, scales and triads.
We'll use your preferred availability to match you with the kind of piano teacher that will be best.
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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Affordable Options: Choose a piano lesson length that fits your budget.
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
- Convenient Locations in Park Ridge: Take in-home piano lessons or lessons in a teacher's studio.
- Request a Park Ridge 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.
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Influences: There are so many great pianists I have learned from and enjoyed listening to..
Education: Master of Music in Piano Performance (MM), Carnegie Mellon University 
Education: Bachelor of Music Jazz Performance (BM), William Paterson University 
Influences: Rick Wright, Elton John, Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno.
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Musical Studies (B.A.), William Paterson University 
Influences: Beethoven, Bach, Mozart (in the classical realm), and Joni Mitchell, Deep..
Education: Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance (BM), New England Conservatory of Music 
Chris is an excellent guitar teacher & friend. He has been giving lessons to my husband & son for almost 2 years now and we are very satisfied. He is very talented and can play any style of music, is patient, and most of all, encouraging. He really enjoys teaching and watching his students grow. I would highly recommend Chris to anyone who is interested in taking guitar lessons, whether they are a novice or at an advanced level.RUTH - Jersey City, NJ
About the Piano
The word piano is a shortened form of the word pianoforte, which is seldom used except in formal language and derived from the original Italian name for the instrument, clavicembalo [or gravicembalo] col piano e forte (literally harpsichord with soft and loud).