Re: COVID-19 and Piano Lessons
Currently Darryl’s Piano is offering piano lessons over the internet via Zoom as well as phone lessons.
While nothing beats working together in-person I’ve discovered that taking virtual or tele-lessons has many merits that can benefit people of all ages:
-children receive important face-to-face education from an adult outside the home
-parents get some “time off” with their kids occupied in lessons and practicing
-people who are lonely receive weekly social contact
-players of any age get to tap their creativity
-people get tangible goals to work towards during a time of uncertainty
All you need is an instrument, a laptop, mobile device, or phone and a willingness to learn. Currently, payment plans can be tailored to the needs of the student. If you are interested in learning more or booking an online trial lesson please reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org or 519.546.8664
As a trained musician (BMus, Wilfrid Laurier/MMus, Memorial University) I bring what I have learned from years of study, performance and collaboration to your lessons. Lessons are structured on your own personal needs. If you simply want to learn the piano as a fun new hobby or you are a more serious individual who wants to prepare for Royal Conservatory of Music theory and practical exams the goal of my studio is the same: to experience the joy of making music.
Additionally, as a musician who has experienced injury (a prevalent but often hidden problem in the professional music world), I offer my unique knowledge about injury and injury prevention. Please explore my website for more info and don’t forget to check out my blog!
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