Welcome to the Springboard Piano Lessons Homepage!
Springboard Piano offers a convenient way for Colorado Springs families to give their child(ren) the gift of music without the hassle of driving to a lesson. We come to you! And why should your child take piano lessons? If you believe your son or daughter has musical ability, piano instruction lays a solid foundation for future musical pursuits. Starting at a young age (6-9years), students absorb new information much more quickly than adults.
One of the most important elements for parents to understand is that if they do choose to start piano lessons for their child, a disciplined practice schedule is a must. Like any endeavor, piano takes work. Here is a list of some important elements for parents and students to consider:
1/ Is there an interest in music? 2/ Are they willing to practice 20 minutes or more, 2-5 days a week? 3/ Is there a piano or keyboard at home?
We primarily use Faber’s Piano Adventures series during lessons, but all of our teachers are also willing to use any current material you may have and/or add in more contemporary songs. These books can easily be ordered through Meeker Music. For a quick overview of the Piano Adventure approach see the link: https://pianoadventures.com/about/
Our typical lesson length for all students is 30 minutes. However, for younger students, we do occasionally recommend a shorter lesson. Your teacher will work with you to see what would be best! Lessons are once a week and payment is monthly. See prices below:
We do also ask for a $10/month gas fee paid directly to your teacher in these trying times. It is a core part of Springboard to travel to our client’s homes, and we also want to make sure our teachers have the resources to do so without worry. If you have questions and/or concerns about this fee, please speak with your teacher.
What will be covered in a lesson? We are happy to meet with you in person for a free consultation, lesson, and overview of how our lessons run, and what specific musical elements will be covered. Briefly, there is a general breakup as follows: performance pieces (sight reading and memorization), music theory, and ear training.
We have recitals in the Fall and in the Spring. Our recitals are a great opportunity for students to build performance skills, be encouraged by family and friends, and be a part of a larger musical community. We also occasionally attend musical performances as a group.
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