AGES: 4-17 AND ADULTS
LENGTH: 30-, 45-, 60-MINUTE
MEETS: WEEKLY, scheduled individually
All piano lessons are taught as private, one-on-one music instruction and are available in lengths of 30, 45, and 60 minutes each week. We suggest kids and teenagers begin with 30-minute piano lessons and progress to longer lengths as your teacher recommends. For students who have previous experience, we recommend starting with 45- or 60-minute lessons.
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KID & TEENAGE PIANO LESSONS
Since piano takes as little as one finger to create a sound, it’s a great instrument for younger children getting started in music education. We accept piano students as young as 4 years old and our teachers make learning fun and engaging for young students with musical games, exercises, and songs written specifically for smaller hands.
All students new to piano lessons will begin with fundamentals, such as fingering, music reading, and technique, while intermediate and advanced students will work on scales, finger exercises, repertoire, and performing. For older kids and teenagers, our teachers often mix in fun repertoire and songs to keep them engaged with piano lessons without being too forceful.
ADULT PIANO LESSONS
We love adult students!
Baltimore School of Music is one of the few music schools in the country who specialize in teaching adult students, so whether you are ready to play the piano for the first time, would like to relearn that Chopin piece you played as a teenager, or are a professional musician interested in advancing your technique, you are welcome here.
Because of our passion for teaching adult students, we have a large adult student base and we regularly have special events, such as open classical mic nights, adult student recitals, concerts in local breweries, and other programs to support our adult population.
Baltimore School of Music carries a limited selection of music lesson books and accessories for the convenience of our students.