Lana Gaudio School Of Music

Lana Gaudio School Of Music

5.0(2 reviews)


Lana Gaudio School of Music is an established mobile music school offering in-home music lessons for students of all ages from world class educators.

Lana Gaudio, M.M.Ed. is the owner and founder of Lana Gaudio School of Music. She is entering her third decade teaching piano to students of all ages and abilities. She began her own piano instruction in 1982, just before her fifth birthday. Throughout the next forty-plus years, she has studied under Dr Celia Goering, Dr Richard Reber, and Sir Wladimir Jan Kochanski.

In addition to teaching a full studio of nearly 40 students for the last 24 years, she also composes, arranges, and performs. She has worked with many industry leaders, including James Taylor, The Four Seasons, and Yo-Yo Ma. Since moving to the Seattle area in 2014, Lana is delighted to have mentored several piano teachers, and brought the joy of playing music to hundreds of households.


Hired 19 times
5 employees
25 years in business
Serves Seattle , WA

Payment methods

Credit Card, Venmo, Paypal, Square, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Stripe, Zelle


Musical styles

Rock, Country, Blues, Jazz, Folk, Classical, Recommendations available

Guitar style

Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Ukulele, Recommendations available

Has instrument

Student who have a guitar

Years experience

No formal training, No formal training; some self-taught experience, 0 – 2 years experience, 2 – 4 years experience, 4+ years of experience

Able to read music

Students who can read music staff, Students who can read guitar tabs, Students who cannot read music

Lesson length

30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minutes

Student's age

5 – 10 years old, 11 – 13 years old, 14 – 18 years old, 19 – 25 years old, 26 – 45 years old, 46 – 65 years old, Over 65 years old

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  • Reviews

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    Juliana P.

    Lana is a wonderful teacher. I am so happy my kids enjoyed with her lessons so much.
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    April 14, 2022
    Hired on Lessons


    BElla R.

    Great service!
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    February 12, 2021
    Hired on Lessons

    Frequently asked questions

    I find that every student is a little different, which is why we always begin with an Orientation. This is free, and is an opportunity to learn more about your child's musical journey, so we can create a customized curriculum that meets their needs.
    I am a classically trained pianist. I have my Master's in Music Education from the University of Kansas, and have studied post-graduate under some of the top names in the classical world, including Celia Goering and Sir Wladimir Jan Kochanski. I have been studying the piano for over 40 years, and teaching for over 2 decades. I have taught hundreds of students, many of whom now work as performing artists or teachers in the industry.
    Yes, tuition details are available on my website, under the Lessons tab. Tuition is paid monthly, with the student receiving one-on-one tutoring sessions once per week.
    I have been teaching all my professional life. My mentor, Liz D'Urso began my teaching career as head of the Theory department at Keyboard Klassics/Piano Man in Kansas City.
    I have worked with almost every skill level and age imaginable. My youngest student began just after his 4th birthday. My oldest was 82 years young when she began lessons.
    Our yearly Christmas recital is my favorite time of the year. It's more than an opportunity to showcase your talent and skill. It's also a time to get inspired by other students and for parents to network with other parents, sometimes even beginning friendships that last a lifetime.
    I would suggest that you interview several teachers, and choose the one who you connect with the best. A teacher might be the best teacher in the world, but sometimes that connection with the student just isn't there. Learning is a collaborative process, and it sometimes takes a few tries to find that perfect match.
    Think about what inspired you to play the instrument for the first time. Maybe it was a certain song you heard in a movie or on a video game. Maybe it was a particular feeling you had when you first heard that instrument played live in concert. Try to recapture that magic when you're putting in the hard work of practicing. Remember, the goal may be far away, but every single step brings you closer to it.

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