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Piano Lesson Basics

Most of what we do is private lessons and piano is one of our main focuses. The piano is an amazing, magical instrument. It’s the perfect place for most students to start. Piano teaches technique and dexterity, theory and note reading, and provides a simple, linear road map of how music works. Once you have that foundation, you can take it anywhere: from impressive classical pieces, to your favorite pop song, to adding another instrument to your resume. Piano lessons are absolutely the best way for every music lover to immerse themselves in music.

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My son has been taking piano lessons at Musicologie for three years and he now has a love for piano that I never imagined he would have!

– Monica, Musicologie Mom since 2013

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Lessons for Beginners

How Old Does My Child Need to be to Start Piano Lessons?

We have a rule of thumb: If your child is excited about playing music now, they should start now. We start piano students as young as four. For kids younger than four who are excited about music, we have Musicologie Junior. Many of our teachers specialize in early childhood music education. They have the skills, patience and demeanor to help young students grow.

What About Adult Beginners?

Yes! We love adults who are up for the challenge of learning to play a instrument. It’s hard work but so rewarding. We’ll help guide you towards your goals and won’t make you do endless scales or theory exercises if that’s not what you’re into.

Did you know Musicologie was voted Best Music Instruction in Columbus by readers of Columbus Parents Magazine? We’ve been among the top studios in town in the trusted family publication since we opened our doors.

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Experienced Players

What about lessons for experienced piano players? If you have played before, you probably have a good idea of what you want to work on. We’ll match you with one of our advanced piano teachers. Some have doctorates and decades of experience teaching at the collegiate level. Some have masters degrees in piano pedagogy or have toured professionally as jazz sidemen. We offer a world-class, university level piano education.

 

Meet our piano students

Our piano students are incredibly diverse. We have 4 year olds just starting to explore music, high schoolers preparing for Berkelee auditions, and adults who have always wanted to play and are finally taking the leap.

 
Piano student Gio playing at Notes

Gio has been a student since 2013. He had never played before but is now taking on challenging pieces and performing for audiences.

Beginning piano student Sophia plays at the kids concert

Sophia has been studying piano since she was 5. She’s been working on accompanying herself and sang and played Lost Boy at the Musicologie Kids Recital.

How piano lessons work at Musicologie

1. Introduce Yourself

Fill out our form or call so we can get to know you and what your goals are

2. Do an Assessment

We’ll match you with a teacher who will best help you succeed

3. Attend Lessons

Get good! Sign up for weekly lessons and work your butt off!

Locations

Grandview

Our Grandview studio is at 1400 W 3rd Ave where we do one-on-one piano lessons, group classes and events. It’s a cozy space with pianos in every practice room and opens up into a large recording studio in the back with a white grand piano, a 1975 Rhodes, a Hammond organ and lots of other keyboard toys.

See the Grandview Studio

Westerville

Our Westerville studio is now open for lessons and classes! It’s at 1190 County Line Rd and will have a brand new baby grand piano, along with several uprights and keyboards; all the tools you need for great piano lessons.

See the Westerville Studio

Piano Teachers

Our piano teachers are the best! They’ve collectively taught more than 78,524 lessons (and counting!) and have diverse backgrounds and specialized skills. Get to know a few:

Join hundreds of other piano students – young and old, beginners and pros

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Photo: Kids Recital 2016