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Top 10 classical piano lessons in Auburn, WA

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Lu Leslan

Lu Leslan

5.0(1)
Top Pro
Offers online services
1 hire on Lessons
21+ years in business
Serves Auburn, WA
Tom H. says, "Helpful. Knowledgeable about piano technique and music theory. " Read more
Embrace Your Music With Rachel Hug

Embrace Your Music With Rachel Hug

5.0(1)
Offers online services
11 hires on Lessons
10+ years in business
Serves Auburn, WA
Ray H. says, "I had always wanted to learn piano and I wanted to have something that my kids and I could learn together. I needed someone who was going to be good with both adults and kids and Rachel fit that perfectly. Rachel helped me by being so patient and encouraging. She made the learning process really fun but always challenged us to try to push ourselves in our learning. Her encouragement helped us want to practice in between lessons and we looked forward to her visits. She helped grow our love of learning music instead of making it feel like a chore. We were always excited to learn new songs and new lessons. My kids were very comfortable learning from Rachel. When they were struggling or made mistakes, her encouragement helped them to push through and make great improvements. I would highly recommend Rachel as a piano instructor to people who want someone to foster an enjoyment of music and instill artistry in their lives. ~ Diana Milligan" Read more
The Tuned In Academy

The Tuned In Academy

New on Lessons
Offers online services
11+ years in business
Serves Auburn, WA
Your resource for quality and affordable music lessons and music therapy. Conservatory quality private lessons, small group music classes, and music therapy in downtown Olympia, Seattle (Burien), and virtually anywhere in the world with Internet. The Tuned In Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit academy. Our focus is on quality, relational, and thorough education to real people, not numbers. We keep our class sizes small for lots of hands on, fun, and relational music making and teaching. We offer music instruction in band instruments (such as trumpet, trombone, saxophone, and clarinet), percussion (drums and mallets), piano, and voice. We teac

Your classical piano questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do classical piano lessons cost?

Classical piano lessons cost $40 to $80 hourly on average. Piano lesson packages cost $150 to $360 per month for weekly private lessons in-home or at a studio. Musicians recommend in-person lessons for classical piano playing so that the teacher can correct your hand positions better.

What are classical piano lessons?

Classical piano lessons teach you the traditional playing style of music written by composers like Mozart and Beethoven. You'll also learn important techniques and how to read sheet music of classical arrangements.

How long must you take piano lessons to play classical?

You must take piano lessons for 1 to 2 years with consistent practice to play simple classical pieces. Some people can make faster progress if they practice more often or have prior musical experience.

How long are classical piano lessons?

Classical piano lessons are 30 to 60 minutes long on average. The amount of time varies according to the teacher's style and the abilities of the student.

How do I find the best classical piano lessons near me?

Find classical piano lessons from private instructors by looking through the listings here on the Lessons website. Local music schools sometimes offer virtual lessons online as well.

Prior to hiring a local piano instructor, you should always:

  • Secure a minimum of 3 lesson cost estimates to get a clear comparison.
  • Read their ratings on sites such as Lessons and Google.
  • Talk to students on their references list.
  • Collect a written agreement and a lesson timeline before lessons begin.
  • Wait until after your preliminary sessions to start pre-booking for a month of lessons.

What question do I ask when choosing classical piano lessons?

When you're searching for a piano teacher, be sure to ask these questions:

  • How many years have you been teaching piano?
  • What is your formal music education background?
  • Which classical music composers are your favorites?
  • What is the typical age range of your students?
  • Do you offer a trial lesson, either for free or at a discounted rate?
  • If I don't have a piano, what type of keyboard should I get for practicing?
  • How much practice should I be doing outside of our lessons?
  • What textbooks do I need, and what's their cost?
  • Do you give assignments or pieces to memorize after each lesson?
  • Can you adapt your teaching style based on the individual student's needs?
  • What should I bring with me to our lessons?
  • How many different piano genres and styles can you teach?
  • Can I get a written copy of our agreement and the payment terms?
  • What is your policy for cancelling a lesson?
  • Will I be able to choose some of my own favorite songs to learn?

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