Perhaps you child has shown an interest in music and wanting to learn to play the piano. It could be that you have always wanted to learn how to play yourself but have never had the opportunity to do it. In either situation, now may be the ideal time for you to start learning to play yourself or to get lessons for your child. You may not know just where to begin when you first start considering the notion of taking beginner piano lessons in Whittier, but there are a few basics that may help point you in the right direction and find the best starting point.
Learning the Basics
Beginner lessons typically start with the basics of piano playing, such as learning to read music. If you are your child, have never learned to read music before you should not worry. Most teachers that work with beginning students will take the time to teach the basics when you are first starting out. You could also invest in music books or look online for lessons regarding how to read music so you can get the basics down. For beginner lessons, when you are first starting out, having access to a piano to play is not critical. Very often you can use a full-size electric keyboard with sixty keys so you can get started.
A Commitment to Learning and Practice
Taking beginner piano lessons in Whittier is a commitment on your part if you are taking the lessons yourself, or on the part of you and your child if the lessons are for him or her. You want to make sure you have the time to devote to proper practice so that you can learn and build on the skills you acquire during your lessons. It is only through regular practice and the commitment to do so that you will be able to improve your playing.
If you or your child are ready to get started with piano lessons in Whittier, please consider contacting me, Dr. Doris Chiang, to help guide you in your lessons. I am a highly experienced instructor and classically trained and professional pianist that has worked with many students over the years. I can help you further your love or your child’s love of music and make learning to play interesting, special and fun. If you would like to talk more about lessons and arrange for an informational meeting, please give me a call at 562-537-7548.