For musicians who want a more versatile tonal palette than an acoustic piano can provide, or who need to quickly and easily pack up their instrument and head out, portable keyboards are the ultimate
in convenience and tone. The convenience of a truly portable keyboard will allow you to play anywhere and everywhere you want. It's easy to pack up and bring to every rehearsal and gig .
The Music Lessons Studio offers private in-studio and in-home Keyboard and Piano Lessons in San Diego, California and East County, including La Mesa, Clairemont Mesa, El Cajon, Spring Valley, Lakeside, Santee, Mission Valley, Lemon Grove, Tierrasanta, San Carlos, Del Cerro and more…
Learning to play keyboard is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable things you could ever choose to do.
You will learn to play various styles of music including Classical, Jazz, Blues, Rock, Pop, and will be instructed in a variety of technical studies for the development of strength and dexterity, along with the fundamentals of music theory, sight reading and ear training. Lessons are fun and interactiveand supported with instructional videos, audio clips and challenging online theory games. You will learn to play modern pop and rock piano songs, build improvisational skills and do your own arranging and songwriting. Call 619-335-0535 today to book your free trial keyboard lesson.
How long of a lesson do I need?
Lessons are offered in 30, 45, and 60 minute session.
For all students over the age of 7 I recommend 45min. - 1 hour lessons. For younger students I recommend 30 minute or 45 minute lessons. After the first year of lessons, students are more productive when moving to a 45 minute lesson.
30 minute time slot is simply not enough time to cover everything I need to. The more advanced students get, the more time they need during lessons. There is also the option of having more than one lesson a week for faster improvement, which is what I would strongly recommend if finances allow.
The Benefits of Music Lessons
Music lessons provide a wide range of benefits. They help preserve and develop children's natural creative abilities.
Studies show music lessons help develop concentration, coordination and self-discipline. Music lessons improve test scores, cognitive development, math and reading abilities, self-esteem, and school attendance.
Taking music lessons as an adult is great if you want to bond with your children, or have a productive hobby that stimulates your mind and fingers. Music making makes adults healthier. There are significant decreases in anxiety, depression, and loneliness following music lessons. These are factors that are critical in coping with stress, stimulating the immune system, and in improved health. So, if you have been thinking of taking up accordion or any musical activity after all these years… it looks like it’s a great idea!