Excellent Work Ethic. Every single piano player knows what it’s like to face challenges. … Having the personal fortitude and work ethic to look at any difficult passage, and practice it until it’s perfect.
Pianist (Peeh-ann-ist) would be best suit for the title of someone who plays a Pianoor Piano like instrument like an Organ, Synthesizer, or even possibly Digital PianoChords on said instruments on a computer.
There are many and varied reasons to play the piano. It is a beautiful instrument with a beautiful look and a beautiful sound. … Thus, unlike instruments like the flute or violin, one can play pieces
The piano instrument is difficult to learn; however, with patience and dedication, you will master it in no time. You need to get comfortable with reading piano pieces and playing with both hands. …
REGISTRATION — The process of beginning music instruction with me usually follows this process:
2) Our first discussion, either by phone or by email, is usually short; I usually answer a couple of questions, we decide if there is sufficient mutual interest, then we set a time for an interview.
3) Interview – the student comes to my music studio. The student has the opportunity to ask me any questions related to how music lessons will go and request verification of my credentials (my own music background, education, experience, certificates). The interview is also where I might collect more information and make notes on the students’ music goals; this helps me to tailor lessons individually.
4) Registration Form – at the end of the interview, if the student/parent(s) is ready to make a commitment to music lessons, they can fill out the registration form. Alternatively, if they need more time to think about the commitment to taking on music lessons, they can bring the form with them and contact me later with their decision. The registration form collects biographical data (name, age, contact info, etc.). I also ask the student to communicate his/her music goals. If you prefer, you can download/print the registration form in advance and bring it to the interview with you. I scan all completed registration forms and maintain these as PDF. A digital copy is provided to the student (“client”) or parent.
Music Lessons Registration Form
This is NOT a contract and as such, the lesson day and time slot can be changed later as long as there is an open spot.