Andy D'Antonio Piano Studio

Andy D'Antonio Piano Studio

5.0 (4)
1 employee
16 years in business

About this pro

Andy D'Antonio has been teaching piano for over 10 years. He has taught students as young as 3 years old and as old as mid-70s. Andy works with everyone who wants to learn music, including emerging classical pianists, hobbyists, preschoolers, and students with special needs. Prior to moving to Portland in 2019, Andy taught piano at Smith College and Bay Path University, both in Massachusetts.


BM Piano Performance, Pacific Lutheran University

MST Early Childhood & Special Education, Fordham University

MM Collaborative Piano & Music History, UMass Amherst

Certification in Musikgarten

I love teaching music! 

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Portland, OR 97202
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4 Reviews


  • Jenn Gabriel

    Andy was an amazing teacher for my son Max! Andy’s teaching style is patient, thorough and filled with enthusiasm! Max worked with him for four years before Andy relocated. Andy truly brought Max out of his shell and not only taught him piano but built his confidence. I highly recommend Andy and promise you will not be disappointed!

  • Charles Aulino

    Andy demonstrates a unique combination of discipline and encouragement. I was his student for several years and, from the beginning, was extremely impressed with both his technical excellence and his ability to explain. He constantly noticed nuances that I had missed and pointed them out in a way that was most constructive. He was always devising ways for me to make subtle changes in mood, tempo, even fingering that helped me improve technique greatly. You will have a difficult time finding a teacher with his unusual combination of talents.

  • Maggie Solis

    Andy really tailors his teaching to meet the needs and goals of his students. During lessons he gives great feedback and helps students set up effective practice plans. He also helps students develop the ability to assess their own playing, so they can get even more out of home practice.

  • GW

    Andy is very patient and sensitive to the personalities of his students. He was able to roll with my kid’s resistance to trying new techniques and helped her grow her own internal motivation to tackle pieces that were a reach for her.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Sign up for a free trial lesson! I will assess to see where the student is at and what the best course of study is, and the student will get the chance to see my teaching style.