Group Piano

Music is a social art form, therefore Music Dynamics has always offered group instruction as a regular part of weekly lessons particularly for piano/keyboard.  Those who have played or performed in school bands/orchestras, church groups, club bands, etc., know the value of interacting musically with others.  Piano/keyboard lessons in a group setting offers opportunities for the students to be exposed to music-making experiences without the usual pressures of having the direct approval of an instructor.  For the instructor, group lessons offer opportunities to share knowledge and concepts without cumbersome rhetoric.

There are just more opportunities to feel, absorb and experience musical concepts, theory fundamentals, rhythm skills, self-expression, performance poise and other things too numerous to mention.  High levels of self-esteem abound in a group lesson as students bond and become friends and partners in the learning process.

Check out the opportunities below and start enjoying your musical friends!

Recreational Music Making – Ages 8-Adult

A fun way to enjoy basic keyboard playing.  These small, non-performance based groups are composed of a variety of individuals; from the person who wishes to reduce stress or has always wanted to learn piano, to the young person who wants to play pop style music for pleasure.  These classes are designed to build self-esteem, teach basic musicianship, encourage creative expression, and provide benefits far beyond music.

Private/Group Combination Piano Lessons

Students of all ages and levels can participate in this fun approach to learning to play the piano.  For the same price of private lessons ($25/lesson), students receive 45 minutes of instruction – 15 minutes individually and 30 minutes with other students.  Two to four students are included in the group.  Check with the instructor for scheduling details. Groups are comprised of students who are learning similar concepts, performing duets and ensembles, are in close age-range and are capable of accommodating each other’s schedules.  Therefore, they are great for beginners.  Lesson content depends on the cumulative needs of the students grouped together.  Instructor’s recommendation is required.  Music Makers at the Keyboard lessons can also be taken in this format.