Moog Minimoog Voyager XL​ 

Alesis Cadenza Electic Piano

Casio LK -175

The smaller, lighter keys on some Electronic 
Keyboards can be a help to smaller hands. Some models have keys that light up to accelerate the learning process.


Many people consider Piano to be the King of instruments.

No other instrument has spanned so many decades or so many genres. As respected in the Concert Hall as it is at a Rock Concert, Piano has a wealth of history and music.

Its broad range and flexibility make Piano especially popular with 
Composers and Singers.

Sheet music for Piano is easily available in every genre. Almost every song written has a version available for Piano.

Piano requires physical and mental dexterity, great for growing minds and keeping mature minds sharp. Sitting down to play
a piano for even a few moments on a busy day can help the mind refocus. Music itself can reduce anxiety and stress. 

Piano Students learn to read music early on.

Because of the Pianos range, Pianist’s learn to read both Bass and Treble Clef.

Piano allows you to “See” music theory in the way the Piano Keys are arranged. This makes Piano Lessons a great start for any musician. 

For Younger Students

Piano is a fantastic first instrument. Students quickly learn to play basic melodies with one hand. Piano students will achieve a pleasing sound much sooner then Saxophone or Guitar Students. Students as young as 3 years old can learn to play the Piano.

The most talked about benefit children receive from Piano lessons is that it also helps with their school lessons. Numerous studies available show children who play an instrument, score higher on both standard and spatial cognitive development tests alike. There are also findings that show that students who play Piano, in particular, scored higher in math, especially on problems dealing with ratios and fractions.



A single piano has the ability to play 88 different pitches. 
That's 7 and 1/4 Octaves!

Other popular instruments have a much smaller range of notes available.

Guitar 4 Octaves

Violin almost 4 Octaves

Saxophone 21/2 Octaves

Compare that to the human voice…

Maria Carey 5 Octaves

Paul McCartney 4 1/2 Octaves

Justin Beiber 3 Octaves


A Pianist can also play up to 10 notes at a time. 

Having so many notes available to both hands allows Piano to play both Melody and Harmony at the same time. 

Pianos are able to play their own accompaniment. Perfect for Solo Performance and Composition.

No other instrument comes close to this kind of flexibility.

Human Voice 1 Note at a time

Guitar 6 Notes at a time

Saxophone 1 Note at a time.

Electric Piano’s, Keyboards, Digital Piano’s, Synth’s, Midi Controllers.
Electric Piano’s and Synthesizer’s open the door to many creative possibilities including sounding like other instruments, note bending, sequencing and recording.

Piano keyboards are the perfect interface for entering real-time notes or midi information into a Computer/DAW.

Popular Piano/Keyboard Players
Chris Martin

Lady Gaga

Billy Joel

Sergei Rachmaninov

Sarah Bareilles

Valentina Lisitsa

John Paul Jones

Amanda Palmer

Ray Charles

Ben Folds

Ludwig Van Beethoven

Bruce Hornsby

Tori Amos

Ray Manzarek

Fiona Apple

Daniil Trifonov

Frédéric Chopin

Angela Hewitt

Stevie Wonder

Vanessa Carlton

Elton John

Franz Liszt

Christina Perri

Carol Welsman

Diana Krall

Norah Jones

Alicia Keys

“…Piano is a universal instrument. If you start there, learn your theory and how to read, you can go to any other instrument…”

Eddie Van Halen


Kawai K2 Upright Piano