Brenda's Piano Studio

Brenda's Piano Studio

5.0 (3)
5 hires on
1 employee

About this pro

I would like to introduce myself with a brief overview. I have taught piano lessons for almost 30 years. I love music and love teaching which is all to obvious to my students. I also was the children's choir director at our church for over 25 years. Miss that part of my life quite a bit. I studied piano, flute and organ from about age 8 until I graduated. It was then time to decide what to study in college. My first choice was to study music.. and that is the direction I headed. If you would additional information I would be happy to answer any questions in a schedule student interview.

(Note:I teach Monday through Thursday.)

I love to see the students grow and learn and gain confidence in their new skills.  I also love to see how much they learn in a school semester and then perform at the recitals and peoformance opportunities given within my studio.

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Trenton, MI 48183
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3 Reviews


  • Jay Ramos

    She is FANTASTIC. Truly loves teaching. Very patient with children (4y old in our case) and knows how to motivate them. Highly recommended!

  • Dan Meyers

  • Savannah Bennett

    She is amazing. In just the first couple of lessons my son is doing fantastic. We just love her!!!


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Brenda’s Piano Studio operates on a tuition based program. The studio runs September through early June. Our 2018 year fees will be $810. Payable by month at $90 which includes books and performance opportunities.  I’m not available to teach in the Summer  

Adult lessons can be arranged by purchasing a group of 10 consecutive lessons during off studio hours. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

1.  A instrument to practice on is key.  Digital Pianos are a acceptable way to begin. A natural acoustic piano is the best for touch and proper feel for serious students. 

2. Age is always a good question. I’ve taught age 3 to grandparents. Parents know their young ones and the ability to follow directions and sit still are things to be considered. Our most successful under 6 students usually have parent support at home.