The Simply Music Method is designed to maximize the likelihood of students acquiring and retaining music as a lifelong companion.
Our aim is for students to:
Experience their musicianship as a natural self-expression
Play a vast repertoire covering a broad array of musical styles and genres
Develop the ability to self-generate. i.e. the ability to progress independently. This includes developing a foundation of music reading, writing, composition, improvisation, arrangement, structure and theory etc.
Have a highly positive, self-affirming experience throughout the music learning.
The Simply Music Piano Program for Piano and Keyboard
Simply Music Piano is a remarkable, Australian-developed piano and keyboard program that offers a breakthrough in music education. This unique method has children, teens, adults and seniors playing great sounding blues, classical, contemporary and accompaniment piano pieces – from their very first lessons.
In the same way that we all learn to talk before we learn to read, Simply Music Piano temporarily delays music reading and introduces a revolutionary, ‘playing-based’ methodology. This remarkably natural approach to learning music introduces students to an array of unique concepts that unfold directly onto the keyboard.
Having piano lessons with a Simply Music Piano teacher means experiencing the pleasure that comes from immediately playing a vast repertoire of great-sounding music.
Lessons: $20.00 30 minute individual lesson
$15.00 group lesson
Group lessons Monday 4:00 Summer June 5 to June 26
Fall Group lessons Mondays 4:15 or Thursdays 3:15
Simply Music Piano Lessons
Cindyintune offers piano lessons for Children through Adults.
Lessons are offered at Concordia
Imagine winding down after work with a few ballads on the piano. Imagine your child ripping through a bunch of blues songs for his friends. Imagine leading sing-alongs with your family. Imagine escaping into an improvisation, or exploring creating your own compositions.
To be human is to be musical. In today’s world, more than ever people feel a need to connect with what makes us human. We all deserve to have the expressive outlet of music. Why do so few of us play?
Music lessons don’t always deliver successful results, don’t always turn out happily self-expressed musicians. It’s about time we found a way to reintroduce ourselves to the magic of music.