Piano Lessons in Teaneck, NJ
Is taking piano lessons something that interests you? If so, contact us today!
We'll match you with a Bergen County based teacher for your piano lessons.
Even though it might look hard, anybody can learn to play the piano. All that's needed is a skilled piano teacher to show you things like rhythmic modulation, modal playing and poly rhythms.
Students can choose between having 45, 60, or 90 minute piano lessons. If you change your mind you can always choose a shorter or longer lesson length later.
Take Piano Lessons in the Tranquility of Your Own Home or in a Nearby Bergen County Teacher's Studio
At Encore Music, we understand that a relaxed environment ensures a positive experience. You can take piano lessons at your home, your office, or at a teacher's studio, whichever you find most comfortable.
Learn to play the piano and have fun while you do it! Take the first step and call us at (201) 546-5568 to begin.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Registration is Free: It costs nothing to sign up!
- No Term Contracts: There's no commitment so you can stop the piano lessons when you want, without being penalized.
- Students in the Teaneck area have the option of taking piano lessons in the comfort of their home or in a teacher's studio.
- Students young and old, beginner or advanced, can take lessons in any style.
- Affordable Options: Select from several different lesson lengths to find one that fits your budget.
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: My piano teaching focuses on the simplicity of left hand chords and right hand..
Education: Music Theory (BA), Long Island 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 
I've been taking lessons with him for about 3 months now, and I feel like I am really beginning to make the turn into an actual guitar player, and I'm really excited about it. While most of us may want to just learn how to play (i.e. the songs you like, etc..), Chris really stresses learning the basics. Don't get me wrong, these lessons (chords, scales etc...) are fun - you are really learning and he teaches you cool things along the way that break it up. Chris encourages you to keep messing around on your own, and if you have trouble with something you're working on, he will teach you how to do it properly, and incorporate it into further lessons. All in all, solid teacher. If you want someone easy that's not going to push you, Chris is not the guy, but if you want to LEARN how to play the guitar and are serious about it, I highly reccomendOREN - NEW YORK, NY Teacher: Chris T.
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.