Making Musicians for Life Since 1967
Gray School of Music makes Piano Lessons fun, interesting, and exciting for piano students of all ages. Each piano studio features a Steinway or Boston grand piano, and all piano instructors have graduate degrees.
Piano students from beginner to advanced can explore, discover, learn, and excel In our comfortable, modern, and warm piano studio centrally located at Preston and Forrest Lane. In-home private lessons are available as well, in selected areas near the campus.
You are invited to have a free interview with one of our instructors to experience the Gray School of Music Difference.
Dr. Justin Gray Performs Three Piano Pieces by William Gillock (1917 – 1993)
Available Sessions for Piano Lessons
Flexible Piano Lesson Schedule to Fit Your Schedule
Monday – Friday 2:00p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Sunday – by appointment
Piano Lesson Curriculum for Children
What you learn in first year piano:
- Basic knowledge of rhythm
- Note reading
- Location of notes on the keyboard
- Curriculum individually selected according to students needs and learning style
- Optional performing experience in school recitals, coffee houses, and festivals
Tuition Information for Piano Lessons
All tuition information can be found on our tuition pages. Please click here to view.
How to choose piano lessons for children.
Choosing a teacher for piano lessons is very important in getting your child on a journey toward being a musician for life.
Here are some Key things to know:
#1 – An Experienced Teacher that makes learning fun.
Taking Piano Lessons should be exciting, creative, and fun for the student. Each session should include playing musical pieces and review, technical training on technique, and instruction on musicality and how to express yourself through music. Also, music theory and the basics of how music is structured, help students both young and old to become musicians for life.
#2 – A Quality Instrument
Whether a student has a grand piano or just a keyboard at home, it is important to have piano lessons on a high-quality instrument like a Steinway or Boston grand piano. The quality provides strong ear training as you learn, as well as giving inspiration and a greater desire to learn. A quality instrument is inviting and makes lesson time more exciting and important.