Pianolessons for Children
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I exclusively teach private lessons, where I work according to my unique method.
Private lessons guarantee 100% attention for the musical, rhythmical and piano-technical development of the student.
You can enroll your child for pianolessons at my studio starting from the age of five.
Making music has a positive impact on the development of a child.
By learning to play the piano, children gain motorical, cognitive, musical and social skills.
Making music also enhances the language acquisition by melody, intonation and rhythm ánd it helps students to express their emotions.
I like to work with students that are motivated and who love making music.
For children it is essential that they are encouraged at home to practice on a daily basis and that they consistently attend weekly lessons.
That way we achieve the best results together.
For successful pianolessons, the student needs an accoustic (grand) piano at home.
These instruments are essential for the development of the touch and dynamic expression.
A good adjustable chair or bench is neccessary to learn a correct posture at the piano and to avoid injuries.
A musical school year consists of three blocks.
Each block consists of twelve individual pianolessons (45,60,75 or 90 minutes) at a fixed day and time each week.
Did you know that students up to 21 years of age do not pay VAT?
This saves you 21%.
Would you like to enroll your child?
You can contact me for available lesson times and tuition fees by clicking the button below to send me a message:
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The most important lesson conditions are:
-Each musical year consists of 3 lesson blocks of 12 lessons each
-The tuition fee is paid in advance per 12 lessons
-You receive a 12 week schedule with fixed lesson dates and lesson times
-You only pay during the 36 musical school weeks
-Cancel a lesson? Unfortunately no refund or make up lesson possible
-Dalarna not able to teach? The lesson will be rescheduled
-Sheetmusic is purchased by the student/parent.