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Easy to Get Started
No Contracts, Startup Fees, & 100% * Risk-Free. Try a lesson before paying anything.
Our piano teachers travel directly to you. We fit into your busy schedule, saving you TONS of time.
Piano Lessons That Cover Bach to Pop & Everything In-Between
We believe every student is unique and different in their own way. Therefore, why should lessons be any different? Each piano lesson is tailored to the individual student’s specific interests and needs.
While focusing on foundational elements such as proper technique, reading music, finger position etc., our teachers also help students learn songs they are familiar with. This includes movie theme music, popular songs on the radio, their favorite classical artist etc. This helps keep students motivated and pushing further to learn each week.
The best part is, all of this takes place in your home, saving you tons of time!
As a bonus, we host two optional recitals each year at Dosey Doe in The Woodlands and rent out the grand piano for all of our piano students. If you are local to The Woodlands, schedule a risk-free piano lesson with one of our professional teachers! And if you're not quite ready to get started, check out our infographic 10 Easy Songs Anyone Can Play to start learning some popular songs on piano you can play for your friends.
How It Works: Setting Up Your First Piano Lesson
1 Contact Us
Call us or send us an email and we will help you with selecting the right piano teacher for you or your child. Not sure if you need a piano or keyboard before the first lesson? Just reach out and we'll help you select the instrument that's right for your needs and budget.
Once you’ve contacted us and are ready to start, we will pair you with an available piano teacher who matches your request and schedule your first piano lesson.
4 Play & Repeat
Payment is only due after your first piano lesson and only if you are 100% satisfied. If the teacher is not a good fit, the lesson is on us and free of charge.
3 Pay After You Play, or Not
After you’ve had your first piano lesson and you LOVE your teacher, make sure to practice daily to improve and don't forget to have fun! And who knows, we might just see you playing piano at one of our recitals! Also, don't forget to check out our guide on how to play piano for additional tips and tricks.