Piano - Play for Fun, Play for Keeps

Congratulations on choosing the most versatile instrument on the planet, and making a new friend!  Your piano will always be there for you in good times and bad times - as long as you keep it.


You can do SO MUCH on the piano! The piano can give you a voice that you didn't know you had, support you while you sing your heart out, and express emotions that you didn't know could even be articulated. It is by far the most visual instrument in terms of learning approach and is perfect for those visual learners out there.  Oh, and it's also pretty great for kinaesthetic and auditory learners as well. It is THE perfect instrument for learning "music" at an early age!

Soundability Studios will place a student depending on the age and musical experience of the student.  Start learning in Soundability's own house programs called Soundastics and SoundFoundations.


In Soundastics, students will use the Music for Little Mozart's program resources to gain exposure and a love for music. We'll use story-telling and related activities to learn basic concepts at the student's own pace.


In SoundFoundations, students are able to learn in a cross-methods style, taking an optimal route to fill in all the little nooks and crannies of their musical knowledge and ability until they have a strong and sturdy foundation on which to build their lifelong playing. 

If you don't know where to begin, it's best to start in a review stage, where we skim through very quickly from the beginning of the program to identify and fill in any fundamental holes in the students'  msuical knowledge base. This usually takes about 2-4 weeks.

Soundastics (ages 3-5)




Once the student reaches a certain competency in SoundFoundations, they are able to move into either a conservatory program or a number of niche learning directions.  Click on the images to see more about these options.