Piano Central Studios News

Blast-Off with Piano: August 11-15

Monday, August 11, 12:00 am

August 11-15, 10:30-11:30 m at our Pleasantburg Drive studio location. (For rising 1st to 2nd graders) It’s the perfect start!! Blast-Off! gives beginning students a successful introduction to the piano and the small group setting makes it extra fun!  Learn keyboard geography and rhythm basics, enjoy fun sheets and games, and share in the joy of music together!  Each… Read More

6 Ways to Raise Music-Loving Kids

Posted Tuesday, July 22 in News

As important a role as music plays in strengthening a child’s development, it’s important that you as the parent work to help your child develop an intrinsic love for music. If a child loves music, he will show more interest and maintain a higher level of motivation to start and continue with music lessons. How… Read More

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New Kindermusik classes begin

Monday, September 8, 12:00 am

Now enrolling! Cuddle & Bounce for newborn to  1 years Sing & Play for 1s and 2s Wiggle & Grow for 2s and 3s Laugh & Learn for 3s and 4s Kindermusik for the Young Child for ages 4.5 to 7 years Special deals and discounts! 1/2 half for babies up to 6 months old… Read More

CCES Piano Program: Lessons begin!

Monday, September 8, 12:00 am

Welcome back, students!  A warm welcome to our new students in the CCES Piano Program too.  We are excited about the year ahead of us.

BJA Piano Program: Lessons begin!

Thursday, September 4, 12:00 am

Welcome back, students!  A warm welcome to our new students in the BJA Piano Program too.  We are excited about the year ahead of us.

Studio Locations: Lessons begin!

Tuesday, September 2, 12:00 am

Welcome back, students!  A warm welcome to our new students too.  We are excited about the year ahead of us.

What to do with Your Piano Explorer Magazine?

Posted Friday, July 18 in News

Every month (through the summer every other) your child receives an issue of the Clavier Piano Explorer magazine. It’s a nice perk to being part of the Piano Central Studios family, but sad to say, it more often than not simply becomes yet another piece of paper to get lost on the kitchen counter or… Read More

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Kindermusik: Building Social Skills

Posted Thursday, July 17 in News

Social skills—interacting with others, building new friendships, maintaining older ones— takes a considerable amount of practice and guided training. The first seven years of a child’s live serve as some of the most sensitive years for building good social skills so it’s vitally important than your child receives such necessary training from the very beginning!… Read More

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3 Ways to Make Summer Practice Profitable

Posted Wednesday, July 16 in News

“Making the most of every minute” tends to be a common motto during the summer. Often making the most of everything relates to being involved in as many activities as possible or scheduling as many vacations as will fit into the calendar. With all of the in and out, it’s important to apply the same… Read More

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Master Sightreader: King of Rhythm

Posted Tuesday, July 15 in News

It sounds really basic. You count one, two, three, four, throw in a few “+’s”, maybe a few rests—counting doesn’t seem like it should be all that difficult. It’s basic mathematics. While you may be whiz at counting a piece at home, your true mastery of the workings of rhythm shows when you’re sightreading. When… Read More

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