Step 1: INTRO TO PIANO (4-week course)
Discover the greatness of piano and music through fun activities and games. Students will learn the fundamentals of playing the piano; good posture, note names, white keys and black keys, position of the hand, and more. This is the first part of a four-course series.
Step 2: BEGINNER 1
This is the second part of a four-course series. Students will learn more notes to play a simple melodies on right and left hand separately. In addition, students will learn healthy technique through a variety of hand exercises. Students continue to learn basics of music theories, such as dynamics, rhythm, and musical alphabets through fun musical activities.
Step 3: BEGINNER 2
This is the third part of a four-course series. In addition to brush up the basics on how to play the piano and the foundation for understanding music concepts learned in introduction and beginner 1, students will learn more music and get ready for a performance.
Step 4: BEGINNER 3
This is the last part of a four-course series. This class introduces more advanced playing techniques and piano music. In addition, students will go through activities and exercises to polish previously acquired techniques and musical concepts.
Any young piano players who has an experience are welcome to join at anytime. Private piano lessons are also available.
Group Classes for Violin, Cello, Guitar are also available >
Group class policy:
No refunds will be issued after the first class.
All refunds are subject to a $25 administration fee.
No make up lessons is available for this class.
Minimum: 3 students
Maximum: 6 students
She was born in Toyota City, Aichi Japan. Started playing the violin at the age of 3. After graduating from Sugiyamajogakuen Senior High School, she attended Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music, graduated with a Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts and Instrumental Music. After graduation, Michi completed one additional year of Post Undergraduate Studies at Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music majoring in Violin Research.
During this period of time, Michi became a member of the Aichi Chamber Orchestra. In 2008, Michi moved to New York to continue her musical studies at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music where she studied with Junior Mance. Upon graduating from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Michi became a permanent member of the Junior Mance Trio and has toured with him extensively throughout the world.