Blast Off to Piano provides a piano education in a fast-paced class setting for children ages 4 1/2 to 6. Piano class provides a format of theory games, fun sheets, and engaging music in groups of 4 students. The musical curriculum is specifically written for piano groups of young children.
It is fun to begin piano lessons with new piano friends. Blast Off to Piano focuses on piano while building a foundation in music which can later be translated to any instrument as the child matures. Students learn to correctly identify and count rhythms as well as names of keys on the piano in a week long class.
BLAST OFF TO PIANO -Summer Program
During the month of June young students ages 4.5- 6 years of age will have a chance to sample piano lessons in classes held for 45 min. daily for one week. Parents can see if their child is ready for piano studies in the fall.
Teacher will be Vicki Gray, owner of the Gray School. She has taught classes of young children for over thirty years.
Tuition:$116 per week plus $10 for music book.
SCHEDULE OF NEW CLASSES – SUMMER BLAST OFF TO PIANO
June 5 – 9 2:30-3:15
June 12-16 2:30-3:15
Other dates and times are available if requested.
Call us at 214-369-7772 or email Mrs. Gray at email@example.com
A class must have at least 4 children in the group. Cancellation will result when less than required number of students enroll.
There can be no more than one year age difference between students in the class.
Classes are held Monday – Friday for 45 min daily for one week.
If a class is missed there is no makeup lesson, but the assignment will be emailed to you.
Parents are responsible for bringing and picking up students on time.
Students need to bring their music book to each class.
Students need an inexpensive keyboard to practice on. Keyboards are available to borrow at the school, but parents must provide the batteries.
Gray School is also pleased to offer:
ESPK (ERGONOMICALLY SCALED PIANO KEYBOARD)
Most on-campus individual piano lessons are taught on Steinway or Boston grand pianos with conventional keyboards. One of our teachers can also teach with a special 7/8 scale keyboard called Ergonomically Scaled Piano Keyboard (ESPK) that has narrower keys than a conventional keyboard. As we wear shoes or clothes that fit to our body size, it is more natural for smaller hands to play on smaller keys, so young students often enjoy playing on ESPK.