Piano Lessons in Secaucus, NJ
Truly great pianists like Alicia Keys, Ray Charles and Elton John weren't born already knowing how to perform. You will need time, practice, and a good piano teacher to start you on the right path.
Take Piano Lessons Where You Live or Travel to a Teacher's Studio in Hudson County
To provide you with the best possible experience, piano lessons can be in your home or office taking into account your schedule. Or if you prefer, you can arrange to take lessons at a teacher's studio nearby.
We use your availability, your location, and the topics you're interested in such as chord scales, turnarounds and repetoire, to match you with the right piano teacher.
Learning how to play the piano is something you can do! Call now to be paired with a skilled piano teacher in the Hudson County area!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Affordable Alternatives: Select a piano lesson length that fits your budget .
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
- Easily accessible locations in and around the Secaucus area. Take piano lessons in a teacher's studio or in the comfort of your living room!
- Registration is Free: It costs nothing to sign up!
- Request a Secaucus 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.
Education: Masters of Music in Voice Performance (MM), Northwestern 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 
I have had the chance to study under a few different teachers over the course of my brief foray into piano and, given the different styles I have been exposed to, I rate my instructors based on the following categories: Flexibility - Hiromi is very flexible in terms of course structure as well as lesson times. I have had to reschedule my lessons on several occasions to another date and she was able to accommodate by providing convenient times. Technical Proficiency - Her mastery of the piano is top notch. Most of the music I study are not based on her curriculum but rather pieces that I bring to the lesson. Having never seen or played most of the pieces previously, she is still able to provide instructions on how to play the piece and play it herself to show how it should sound. Teaching Method - She requires the student to maintain a consistent level of practice and will assign enough work for the week based on the expected available time for this purpose. During the lesson, she will consistently work with the student to ensure that even minor mistakes are corrected to ensure they do not become accustomed to erroneous methods. Overall, I would highly recommend her as an instructor whether you are learning to play as a hobby or would like to start a career as a pianist.Tian - NYC, NY Teacher: Hiromi K.
About the Piano
Interestingly, composer Johann Sebastian Bach did not like the first piano he was introduced to in 1730, claiming that the higher notes were too soft to allow a full dynamic range. The criticism was apparently heeded by piano builders. Bach did approve of a later instrument he saw in 1747, and even served as an agent in selling certain builder's pianos.