Piano Lessons in Philadelphia, PA
Have you always dreamed of learning how to play the piano, but didn't know where to start? Well look no further - you've come to the right place! Encore Music Lessons will connect you with a great teacher to start your piano lessons.
The Philadelphia based piano teachers working with Encore Music Lessons offer instruction to students of all ages and abilities. Feel free to request whatever schedule you prefer for your piano lessons.
Piano Lessons in Your Home, Office or Philadelphia based 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 Philadelphia.
To start the process, feel free to call us at (800) 417-4620 and speak with one of our friendly staff.
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.
- Easily accessible locations in and around the Philadelphia area. Take piano lessons in a teacher's studio or in the comfort of your living room!
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
- Individual Schedules: Let us know what times work for you and we'll connect you to a piano teacher who fits your schedule.
- Whether you have been playing piano for years or are just starting out, you can take lessons with a teacher nearby.
Influences: Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Thelonious Monk, McCoy Tyner, Ray..
Education: BM in Music Composition and Education, Jazz Studies (BM), University of the Arts 
Influences: I am influenced by all styles of music.
Education: Music Industry/Performance (BM), Syracuse University 
Influences: Herbie Hancock, Duke Ellington, Theolonious Monk, Alicia Keys, Chopin,..
Education: Music Therapy (M.M. ), University of Miami 
About the Piano
Pianos are popular instruments for private household ownership and have gained a place in the popular consciousness, and are sometimes referred to by nicknames including: "the ivories", "the joanna", "the eighty-eight", and "the black(s) and white(s)", "the little joe(s)". Playing the piano is sometimes referred to as "tickling the ivories."