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 Piano Lessons 

Educatio offers piano lessons for students of:

  • All Ages (4 years old and up)

  • Beginner to Advanced skill levels

  • Regular lessons, masterclasses, audition preparation and trouble-shooting for practising

 

Lesson Fees and Durations:

  • Flat rate of $80 per hour

  • 30/45/60/90 minutes

  • In-person and online lessons available

Child Playing the Piano
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More About Our Studio

  • Opposite Aljunied MRT

  • Fully air-conditioned

  • 88 keys digital piano with graded weighted hammer action and all three pedals

  • Adjustable piano stool and a higher stool for young children 

  • Washrooms within the premises

Our Teaching Philosophy

  • Use innovative teaching techniques to inspire our students to do their best, enjoy, and express themselves through the avenue of music

  • To proceed at each student’s pace and customize teaching methods to match the goals of each student

  • Encourage students to adopt a positive mindset towards learning and practising

  • To work towards establishing the correct technique for playing the piano

  • To engage in continuing education to develop our own skills as educators and performers

The Benefits of Learning The Piano Even At a Young Age

 

Music has far-reaching benefits in terms of brain development. Numerous studies by neuroscientists have determined that playing the piano has a positive effect on brain development, especially in young children.

When kids begin to play piano, different areas of their brain are stimulated and they need to learn to coordinate multiple parts of their body for proper execution of one task. Students who engage in regular practice of the piano improve their memory, dexterity, hand-eye coordination, problem solving, listening and communication skills.

 

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Children who play the piano are usually more successful in other subjects such as language arts and math. The experience with left-to-right reading, symbol recognition, and problem-solving translates to other skills in reading. At the same time children are exposed mathematics concepts in the form of meter and progressive fractions of written music. The process of learning and perfecting a music piece builds patience, perseverance and discipline which are key life skills and set your child up for future success.

Teacher Playing Piano

The Mozart effect is a theory that suggests listening to Mozart’s music can temporarily boost a person’s intelligence or cognitive abilities. The theory is based on the idea that the complex and structured nature of Mozart’s music can stimulate certain areas of the brain, leading to improved cognitive performance. One study investigated the long-term effects of music on the brain through the introduction of keyboard lessons to children aged 3 to 4 years old for six months. At the end of their course, the students were asked to do a spatial-temporal reasoning test and results were 30% better than that of children of a similar age who were given computer lessons for six months or no special training.

Hence, it is beneficial for children to learn music from a young age and it is NEVER too early or late to start playing the piano!

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