Adult Group Piano Lessonsadmin2022-09-22T12:12:43-04:00
ADULT GROUP PIANO LESSONS
Group Piano Lessons For Adults
Group piano lessons for adults will resume in October, 2022! This 6-week beginner piano course will be held on Thursdays at two different class times in our modern Keyboard Lab. Taught by seasoned piano instructorJoe Buglio, students will learn basic music theory, playing technique, and fun songs in an interactive learning environment. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Thursday classes are full! An additional class time has been added. Mondays from 3:00-4:00 PM
October 10th – November 14th
Registration and tuition payment is through Chester County Lifelong Learning
(formerly Chester County Night School).
Seats are limited! Click here to register today and reserve your spot.
“I cannot thank you enough for a wonderful beginners class. I loved it and through your patience & guidance, I am now ready for Jingle Bells. I have to keep working on my speed for sure- and the Olympic March is still a toughie for me. I’m so excited to have this knowledge, having never touched a keyboard. It was a great experience and I can now cross it off my bucket list. If you plan to do another beginners class, please keep me on your email list, I need a refresh before going to the next phase. Thank you for the opportunity & it was terrific meeting you.”
“Since I am a complete beginner I think the group class was a perfect way to get started. Having the opportunity to make up classes was great. The pace of the class seemed good to me-challenging but not too overwhelming. Really enjoyed the class and looking forward to continued learning.”
“Joe is a great instructor and perfect for adults who may be feeling reticent. I found it challenging yet within reach to improve with practice. The design of the class was perfect: learned to read music, play by ear, tried composing a little, became familiar with some theory. I look forward to the next series!”
“Joe is excellent with his interactions with students. Some of the ‘easier’ examples were essential to moving forward with what we covered in class. I really enjoyed myself and learned quite about music and playing the piano in general.”