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Top 10 piano teachers in Quincy, MA

Students agree: these Quincy piano lessons are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Seiko Matsuzaki Piano Lessons

Seiko Matsuzaki Piano Lessons

Offers online services
3 hires on Lessons
19+ years in business
Serves Quincy, MA
Joshua A. says, "Very understanding and patient. I am learning quickly. Highly recommended!" Read more
Piano And Drum Studio

Piano And Drum Studio

2 hires on Lessons
24+ years in business
Serves Quincy, MA
Holly T. says, "I have been taking lessons from Richard Poole for four months now. The lessons are low key which works well for me. I work 50 hours a week and love to practice about 1 1/2 hours a day; with a little more on the weekends. Richard has me practice when I get there with whatever I would like to play for him. He doesn't get upset if I make a mistake. If I'm struggling with a piece he has me break it down to left hand only, then right hand only, and finally both hands together. I'm learning at a comfortable pace for me. I dont feel stressed when I leave. It's a welcoming, no judgement zone atmosphere. I recommend taking lessons from Richard!" Read more
Sebastian Baverstam

Sebastian Baverstam

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Offers online services
6+ years in business
Serves Quincy, MA
Dual citizen of Sweden and the USA, Sebastian Bäverstam is a cellist, pianist and composer as well as a librettist, improviser, and conductor. Sebastian grew up in Newton, MA, and studied cello, piano and composition intensely from a young age. He performed extensively in the Boston area with his family of musicians who called themselves “The Bäverstam Chamber Players”. As a youngster, Sebastian focused exclusively on the cello and toured with his youth orchestra under the direction of Benjamin Zander in South America and China, performing Dvorak’s cello concerto as well as Strauss’s Don Quixote. Bäverstam attended the New England Conse...

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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much are piano lessons?

Piano lessons cost $40 to $80 per hour, depending on the location, their experience level, and session length. A piano lesson package costs $180 to $350 for five 1-hour lessons. Children's piano lessons and online lessons often cost less than average.

Piano lessons are available for all ages in most cities in the country. Music instructors teach:

  • Music theory
  • Sight-reading
  • Improvisation
  • How to improve playing or technique

At what age should you start piano lessons?

The best age to start piano lessons is 5 to 9 years, though learning how to play the piano doesn't have an age limit. Playing the piano strengthens fine motor skills, increases flexibility, and improves your memory no matter how old you are.

Are piano lessons worth it?

Piano lessons are worth the money and effort invested over time. Playing an instrument can be beneficial for mental health, and cognitive strength. For smaller budgets, book just a few lessons to get the basics down and continue on your own.

How long are piano lessons?

Piano lessons for beginners or children are typically 30 to 45 minutes per session. Intermediate or advanced lessons are 45 to 60+ minutes per session. Most people have 1 to 2 lessons per week.

Can you learn to play piano online?

Yes, you can learn to play piano online through a webcam or virtual tutorials. Search our list of online piano teacher near you to find an instructor. Online piano lessons are often more convenient than in-person lessons and cost 20% less on average.

How do I select a piano teacher?

Start by searching our list of piano teachers, then:

  • Get at least three free estimates to compare.
  • Read reviews on Lessons and Google if possible.
  • Ask for references from current or recent students.
  • Make sure they are kind and personable, especially when with children.
  • Get a written estimate and schedule before the first lesson.
  • Avoid making a large payment up front. Follow a payment plan instead.

After asking questions and browsing reviews, hire the best piano instructor in your area.

What questions should I ask piano instructors?

When hiring piano teachers near you, ask the following questions:

  • How long have you been teaching piano?
  • Do you have a degree in music?
  • What age do you typically teach?
  • What genre of piano do you specialize in?
  • Will you give me a contract or payment arrangement in writing?
  • Will you allow me to choose some or all of the songs we practice?

Reviews for Quincy piano teachers

Recent success stories from people in the Quincy area.
Joshua A.
Very understanding & patient
Seiko Matsuzaki Piano Lessons
Laura L.
My son, Jack, has been taking piano lessons with Mr. Poole for the past several years. Mr. Poole is talented and enthusiastically shares his knowledge and passion of music with Jack. He presents different styles of music to learn and Jack enjoys his lesson each week. I’ve been impressed watching and listening to his progress through the years.
Piano and Drum Studio
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