Personalised Piano Class

We think learning music should be fun and stress-free. Therefore, we do not teach the students so they can sit for every piano examination. Instead, we are trying our best to create more performance opportunities so they can gain confidences in their playing and parents will get to learn the progress of their children at the same time. We make sure the teachers constantly communicate with the parents so we can help the students in the classroom as well as at their own home.

How we teach Piano Class

You will be learning the piano in a one-to-one setting, so that you get personalised lesson plans and concentrated attention.

Youngest beginning age

Piano Practical: 6 years and above
Theory: Reading age

Piano Class Syllabus

You can choose between the theory, aural (listening and singing), practical lessons based on ABRSM graded syllabus or play leisurely.​

 The piano keys are black and white, but they sound like million colours in your mind. That is how incredible a piano can be. There are a lot of articles on how your children can benefit from piano lesson. Go ahead and do some reading if you still having some doubt if you should squeeze piano lesson in your child’s fully packed schedule.

Maria Cristina Mena

An author of short stories and children books

Frequently asked questions​

Q. Do we need to go thru audition before signing up the piano class?

Audition will be required by transferred students or children below 6 years old.

Q. Can I pick the teacher?
We will assign the most suitable teacher based on your available time, character, enthusiasm, as well as specific needs or requirements.
Q. Do I need to have a piano at home?

No. As long as you are attending a piano class, you may just call in or email in to ask for the availability of the studio for your own practice.

Do I need to pay extra for using the piano other than my weekly classes?

No. As long as you are attending a piano class, you may just call in or email in to ask for the availability of the studio for your own practice.

Fees Structure​

RM105 /month (30 mins)
RM157.5 /month (45 mins)
RM210 /month (60 mins)

Fees are collected in termly basic. One Time Family Registration Fee RM150.
Every family member will get 1 free trial session (30min) for every new course.

Here are 3 articles about the benefit of piano lesson

5 Reasons Your Child Should Take Piano Lessons

How many times have you heard someone say “I wish I knew how to play the piano!” or “I wish I didn’t quit taking piano lessons!” I hear it all the time from people who took a year or two of piano lessons. Or maybe they never had the opportunity to take lessons at all?

If you’re thinking of signing up your child for lessons, I definitely recommend giving it a try! There are some pretty amazing cognitive benefits, even if it’s only for a short time!

1. Piano Lessons Teach Your Child How to Concentrate, Work Hard and Push Themselves

2. It Improves Speech, Reading Ability, Listening Skills, and Creativity

3. Children Become Better at Sensing Feelings, Emotions, and Mood

4. Performing in Public Builds Confidence

5. It’s a Pretty Amazing Skill to Have!

Article written by Debbie, full time blogger and mother of 3 kids, share her opinion on why she thinks children should take piano lesson.

15 Benefits of Learning Piano
(Backed By Science!)

Whether you grew up in a musical family, encouraged to practice endless hours before recitals like I did, or whether you claim the littlest musicality of anyone you know, there are unquestionable benefits to playing musical instruments, especially piano. Furthermore, studies show it is truly never too late to start learning piano – the mental and physical benefits apply to all ages.

At Lindeblad, a love for music underlies everything we do. We fully recognize the multifaceted benefits of learning a musical instrument, especially piano. To help make the case for learning to play piano, we’ve outlined many of the cognitive benefits which are supported by several groundbreaking studies and research.

1. Prevents Brain Processing, Hearing and Memory Loss

Source: 
ABC News

2. Improved Counting & Math Skills

3. Exercising New Language 

4. Improves Reading Comprehension

5. Encourages Creativity

Source: 
Mic & NCBI 

6. Practice with Time Management & Organization

7. Requires Concentration, Discipline & Patience

Source:
TED

8. Strengthens Hand Muscles & Hand-Eye Coordination

9. Strengthens Hand Muscles & Hand-Eye Coordination

10. Boosts Self-Esteem

11. Expands Cultural Knowledge

12. Reduces Stress & Anxiety

Source:
NCBI

13. Provides an “Unplugged” Outlet and Entertainment

14. Allows for Kinesthetic and Tactile Learning

15. Allows for Kinesthetic and Tactile Learning

Article written by Olivia Groves, a content strategist, writer entrepreneurially-minded thinker and artisan. 

10 Benefits of Learning Piano

The piano was invented early in the 18th century by the instrument maker Bartolomeo Cristofori.

This was a time in history when art and music was starting to better reflect the human condition, and Cristofori wanted to create a powerful instrument that could be played both loudly and softly. Cristofori built his first piano by adapting a harpsichord, an instrument lacking dynamics of any sort because it plucks strings to create pitches. The piano was so revolutionary because it was built using a system of small hammers that struck the strings, which gave the player say over how loud or soft the music was played. The piano gave musicians and composers a plethora of new, exciting options, and its arrival in the 18th century marked a revolution in music and culture.

1. The Piano Is a Gateway to All Music​

2. The Piano Is a Gateway to All Music​

3. Learning How to Play The Piano Makes Understanding Music Theory Easy

4. Playing the Piano Helps Improve Cognitive Skills

5. Learning the Piano Helps Relieve Stress and Treats Depression

6. Playing the Piano Improves Dexterity, Hand Independence, and Muscle Memory

7. Piano-Playing Promotes Better Performance in School

8. Learning to Play Piano Helps Students Finish Projects

9. Piano Lessons Help Promote Vulnerability and Openness in Adults

10. Playing the Piano Adds Beauty To Your Life

Article written by Patrick McGuire, a songwriter, educator and writer.