Attend a Free Introductory Session

Learn more in less time! The average Simply Music student will learn 30-50 songs in their first year, playing classical, jazz, blues, and accompaniment songs with the breakthrough Simply Music method.  That's equivalent to about 4 years of traditional piano lessons!

There are many details that go into planning piano lessons, and you may have a lot of questions regarding scheduling, pricing, frequency, availability, curriculum costs, and piano tuner or keyboard recommendations. The best way to get all your questions answered about piano lessons is to attend a Free Introductory Session at my studio in Santa Monica.

This 60 minute session is purely informational and educational, designed to give you all the facts you need to make the best decision about piano lessons for your family. 

Learn more about the Simply Music method, what sets Simply Music apart from other traditional learning methods, participate in a free demonstration lesson and get answers to any questions you may have. You'll also learn about the Rhythm 'n You Piano Studio, meet the instructor and hear her personal story.

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Spots are limited and go quickly! Reserve your seat to learn more.


 


Having Nicole as my Simply Music Maestro has turned the exciting yet daunting prospect of learning the piano at 45 into an utter delight. Simply Music itself is a brilliant method that turns the chore of practice into a joyful playful adventure - the essential ingredients for perseverance, but it is Nicole that awakens the methods potency.

All great teachers have the capacity to create a learning environment that pushes with kindness and pulls with patience, that with her humor and incredible skill at drawing the best out of you whether you are 45 or 14 makes for a genius journey.

Music causes the brain to light up like a jubilee and so I chose Nicole as my teacher not only for the pleasure of playing but the neuro-protection it provides. I am very grateful and encourage all to dive in.
— Dr. Birch Storey