I enjoyed playing the piano so much that I wound up majoring in music at Wheaton College. I have been working in the professional music world ever since and I recently released a solo piano album called Perfect Peace.
Over the years, I’ve talked to parents who didn’t sign their kids up for piano lessons because they were afraid they would get bored. Unfortunately, this is a reality with some teachers, but not this one!
Here are just a few characteristics of my students:
- They’re not clock-watchers. They don’t count down the seconds to when their practice session or lesson is over.
- They happily walk (or run) to the piano throughout the day.
- Practice isn’t “practice” to them. It’s FUN. It’s recreation that brings a smile to their face.
- Their music is more beautiful, dynamic, and moving than someone who is robotically practicing to put a check mark on their daily to-do list.
If this sounds good to you, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 704.560.8348 to reserve your free introductory lesson.
“Our daughter has progressed very well in her piano class with Ken. The ability to learn online has been very valuable due to the fact that our family resides in Asia. We would highly recommend Ken to anyone who is looking for a good experience learning the piano.”
MY PIANO TEACHING STRATEGY
My teaching strategy has 4 parts. I believe that my students should focus on all
4 of these in order to become well-rounded musicians. To ensure that this happens, I have integrated them into my teaching through a series of tracks.