Lab 45; Ages 8 & up

Meets weekly for 45 minutes; $159/month

What is the number one strategy to learning an instrument?

The answer is practice! Traditional 30 minute private lessons are generally designed to expose the student to new material to be later learned and rehearsed at home. The 45 minute lab style lesson is designed to give your student extra time to learn material DURING the lesson.

This type of lesson offers SO many benefits:

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Each student works at their own pace, and learns independence as a musician

* The student learns the music AT the lesson, making practice at home smoother and low stress

* Community; students become a part of our little tribe and make friends with their classmates

* Confidence grows as the student learns how to look at a piece of music and play a song!

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"What you are doing is fantastic. And no one else is offering everything you are- the positive note board, essential oils in the waiting room, pet therapy, and the individual attention you give to each kid even in a group setting. SO cool!" 

- Sarah L.


Foundations; ages 6-8

Meets weekly for 40 minutes; $129/month

Foundations classes are so much fun!

These hybrid group/lab classes teach beginners to correctly count rhythm, the keys on the piano, and the fundamentals of staff-note reading with engaging music and corresponding theory fun sheets. Students then progress through a graduated course of staff-note reading and advanced theory which ultimately creates musical independence.

We sing, clap, move our bodies and play the piano. Students become friends, and we make learning music a joyful and confidence boosting experience.


"Emily absolutely loves piano and I am so grateful we found you. She asked me this morning what she could wear for her recital. This girl is coming out of her shy shell. So I guess this weekend I will be taking my little peanut shopping."

- Laura T.


Piano Prep: Ages 3-6

Meets weekly for 30 minutes; $89/month

KiddyKeys® is a piano prep program for children age 3 to 6. KiddyKeys IS piano-focused and gives children skills that will prepare them for formal music lessons, if desired.

The curriculum offers a diverse range of musical knowledge and experiences: singing, dancing, rhythm instruments, coloring, storybooks, music terminology, finger plays, and even a bit of music history.

Students are given the chance to play at a piano keyboard each week, but are not expected to practice at home, and owning a piano or keyboard is not required. 

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He likes telling people about his piano lessons with his friend “Miss Whitney”. He definitely retains a lot— like if I pointed this morning to a key on piano he could correctly identify C, D, and E and my head exploded.

- Jerry L., Piano Prep parent



"Whitney taught our daughter lessons and it amazed me how quickly they hit it off and how quickly my daughter learned to play. She always looked forward to the time with her and didn’t even mind practicing outside of lessons. Whitney made it THAT fun."

- Jill C.

Other Studio Features & Benefits:

  • Simple scheduling and automatic payments through the Student Portal
  • ​Use of Roland or Yamaha digital pianos
  • Use of 8th & 9th Generation iPads with high quality music apps to enhance learning
  • Use of professional, sound-canceling headphones
  • Convenient scheduling allowing siblings to share lesson times, or have consecutive lesson times
  • Central location with easy access to shopping, restaurants, and more
  • Ample parking