Piano Lessons in Delaware County, PA
Truly great pianists like Billy Joel, Randy Newman and Tori Amos weren't born already knowing how to perform. Time, patience, and especially piano lessons, are necessary ingredients.
Piano Lessons in Your Home, Office or Teacher's Studio in Delaware County
Piano lessons can be in your home, office or in a teacher's studio, and are available in most areas of Delaware County.
We use the information you supply and match you with a piano teacher in the Delaware County area to help you understand things like half diminished chords, diminished triads and transcription.
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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- No Term Contracts: There's no commitment so you can stop the piano lessons when you want, without being penalized.
- Scheduling is a Cinch: With such a large selection of piano instructors in Delaware County, there's bound to be one who's schedule matches yours.
- Students of any age or level of ability can take piano lessons in any musical genre or style.
- Locations throughout the greater Delaware County area: Take piano lessons in the conveniance of your home or in a teacher's studio.
- Cost Effective Options : Choose from a variety of lesson lengths to find one that fits your budget.
Lindsay is a wonderful vocal instructor who teaches with expertise, patience, and passion. Her lessons are thorough and include breathing exercises, vocal warm-ups, repertory, and sight reading. The year ends with an inspiring recital of her students in a theater in New York City. I highly recommend her as a vocal coach.Charles - Bayside, NY Teacher: Lindsay M.
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.