Amanda’s Piano Studio offers private piano lessons to students of all ages! Whether you’re an absolute beginner or an advanced student, Amanda can help you achieve your musical goals! Do you have a certain piece in mind? Bring it with you, and we can decide a plan of action to help you play it beautifully! Do you want to brush up on your rusty musical skills? This is the place for you!
Each lesson is tailored to individual students’ need and learning style. Students will learn not only to play the piano but also to read music using music theory, basic aural training and music history to become well-rounded musicians.
Amanda's first love is of classical music and accompaniment. She also loves to play and teach pop and jazz styles. Amanda teaches very young beginners, very old beginners and intermediate and advanced students of every age! Contact me today to schedule a free trial lesson to see if we are a good fit for one another!
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I offer all new students a free trial lesson so we can see if we are a good fit for one another! I tailor each lesson to the individual student's needs and goals.
I've been teaching piano, music theory and voice lessons for 14 years and studied piano at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. I also had a minor in music at Brigham Young University.
Lessons are paid for in monthly installments, which are always the same amount. This makes it easier for everyone to plan their budgets and there are no surprises!
30-minute weekly lessons are $75
45-minute weekly lessons are $100
60-minute weekly lessons are $150
Like many teachers, I started getting requests to help others learn piano after performances and accompaniment gigs. I love playing for choirs, instrumentalists, soloists, and ensembles. I quickly discovered a love for teaching and passing on the musical knowledge I've gained through the years!
I love working with students of all ages! I've worked with children as young as 3 and adult beginners into their 70s. Some students just have one piece or one artist's style who they want to learn, others want to be able to sit down and sight-read any style of music they choose that day. These unique goals and challenges are what make teaching interesting!