Music study helps in the advancement of self-expression and personal achievement. Studies show music students do better in school. Playing the piano is a valuable lifetime skill and a good foundation for other instruments.
The casual and formal opportunities for performance help students overcome fears of public performance, a skill that is useful later in life. Adults find that learning to play the piano is a stimulating, challenging, and rewarding way to release stress. Piano study is a creative and life-enriching pursuit.
Give someone you love the gift of music.
Lessons include repertoire, theory and technique. Some lessons include a computer lab with programs for building skills in theory, ear training, sightreading, note reading and composition.
Group lessons are held three times during the year and include performance opportunities in a smaller setting and lessons on special topics.
Call today for more information. Or make an appointment for a free, no-obligation consultation to help you determine whether the Linda Plant Piano Studio is right for you. Call (541) 747-7798 today.
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