Beginner's Piano Lessons

Beginner's Piano Lessons

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Hi! I am a Music Eduction student at Boston University looking for more teaching experience over the summer. I have about 5 years of piano experience, as well as two years teaching in beginner's piano. I have experience with elderly and adult students, though I am more than happy to teach students of any age. My goal is to create a safe and positive environment for students to learn and enjoy the piano. I teach students with little to no experience, at any age. I look forward to working with you! Notice: I will only be giving lessons until the end of August.

My favorite part about teaching piano lessons is being able to share something I have a passion for, and seeing others excited for it as well. I enjoy teaching adults because I can help them achieve what is usually a life-long dream. I enjoy teaching kids because I can see their potential, and hope they'll find passion from what I share with them. All in all, I enjoy being able to share my abilities and passion with the world, in hopes I can help someone else.


Hired 3 times
1 employee
3 years in business
Serves Brookline , MA
Offers online services

Payment methods

Cash, Venmo, Apple Pay


Years experience

No formal training, No formal training; some self-taught experience, 0 – 2 years experience

Able to read music

Student can read music, Student cannot read music

Lesson length

30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minutes

Student's age

5 – 10 years old, 11 – 13 years old, 14 – 18 years old, 19 – 25 years old, 26 – 45 years old, 46 – 65 years old, Over 65 years old

Student has instrument

Students who have a piano, Students who have a keyboard

Interested musical styles

Classical, Jazz, Pop, I can make recommendations


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Arong O.

She very detailed oriented.
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June 09, 2021
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Frequently asked questions

I always try to find what will suit each individual student best. I know that there are many ways of learning, and some people respond better to certain methods than others. Typically at a beginner's stage, I don't start with teaching entire pieces, but I always try to keep whatever music or exercizes we do interesting, as a way to keep the student engaged. I never teach two students the same way, because everyone is different and has their own way of learning. 

I have three years of music theory experience, five years of piano permormance experience, and two years experience teaching beginner's lessons. I am also half-way through studying Music Education at Boston University. In addition, I have have done performance volunteer work, and had an internship at a music recording studio in Tampa for a summer.

Typically I charge $35/30 mins, $45/45 mins, and $55/60 mins. Restricted flexibility applies.

My grandfather had always wanted to learn piano, and when he got sick and had to stop working I began to teach him. Being able to bring him so much joy and sharing my interest with him and others is what started me teaching. Now I am in school for Music Education in hopes to keep teaching music to all kinds of people.

I have worked with elderly students, as well as teenagers/young adults.

Hire a teacher who truly has a passion for music. In my experience, having a passionate teacher makes for a much better learning experience and enjoyment of the instrument/subject.

Some typical questions a teacher might ask would be about what kind of music you're interested in learning, duration/frequencies of lessons, what kind of experience you already have, available equiptment, and lesson location. 

Services offered

Music Theory