The piano and keyboard are versatile instruments that have been used in countless styles of music, from classical to jazz to pop and rock. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced player, the piano can be a lifelong source of enjoyment and creativity.
At MusicTek, we offer a comprehensive piano and keyboard curriculum that emphasizes four main areas: Musical Literacy; Technique; Repertoire and Style. Our experienced teachers focus on developing each student’s unique strengths and interests to help them reach their full potential on the instrument.
Here are some of the key components of our piano and keyboard curriculum:
Technical Work: Technical exercises to build finger strength, dexterity, and agility. Emphasis is placed on proper hand posture and efficient movement to avoid tension and injury.
Sight Reading: Sight-reading skills are developed through a wide variety of exercises and materials, ranging from simple melodies to complex classical pieces.
Repertoire: Students learn to play a broad range of pieces, from classical sonatas to contemporary pop songs. They are encouraged to explore different genres and styles to expand their musical vocabulary and develop their own personal style.
Improvisation: Improvisation skills are developed through dedicated exercises that encourage students to explore different musical ideas and develop their own unique voice on the instrument.
Music Theory: Music theory concepts are integrated into the curriculum to help students understand the structure of music and how it works. Topics include scales, chords, harmony, rhythm, and form.
Aural Skills: Ear training exercises help students develop their ability to hear and recognize different musical elements such as intervals, chords, and melodies.
At MusicTek, we believe that learning to play the piano and keyboard should be a fun and rewarding experience. Our teachers are passionate about music and are dedicated to helping each student achieve their goals, whether it’s playing for personal enjoyment or pursuing a career in music.