Q & A

Q1

When's the best time to start piano?
 
Any time, really! It's never to late to start taking piano lessons. However, I do highly recommend younger children to start no earlier than the age of 6. We do involve a small range of number counting and alphabet naming in lessons. 

Q2

Can I use a keyboard?
 
If you just started taking lessons, a keyboard will work just fine! Later down the road, if you feel confident about your commitment to music then you can start thinking about purchasing a piano. An acoustic piano is definitely great to have. But if you are interested in purchasing a digital piano, remember to look into a full-size 88 keys piano with damper pedal and consider having weighted keys. 

Q3

Can I sit in on my child's piano lesson?

Most definitely!! It's great to know what's going on in the lessons and being able to speak to the teacher in person.  I encourage all my parents to come in at least 5-10 minutes before the end of their child's lesson regularly, if not frequently. Sometimes I may have important information to go home or matters that require parent consultations. 

Q4

How much piano practices are required each week?

I recommend students to practice piano 5 to 7 times a week. Because students come for just a 30-minute lesson once a week, it is important for students to review it everyday and excel. 

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