European Piano Academy Offering Expert Piano Playing Lessons for Kids

Posted March 5, 2019 by europeanpianoacademy

European Piano Academy is providing lessons to kids through the teaching methods based on the best traditions of European and Russian schools’ styles of playing the piano.

European Piano Academy (EPA) is a reputed music school in Sydney, Australia. The academy was founded by a professional pianist Illya Zozulya. European Piano Academy has several studios where it conducts piano playing lessons for both beginners and experienced students. These studios are based in Thornleigh (Sydney North Shore and Hills), Arcadia (Sydney Hills Area), Strathfield and Burwood (Sydney Inner West), Canley Vale, Kellyville, Spring Farm (Campbelltown), Rosebery (Sydney Eastern Suburbs), Woodford, Narraweena and Glebe respectively. Students can also choose to take lessons in the comfort of their homes if so inclined.

While attending a music programme, the spokesperson of European Piano Academy shared in a conversation, “At EPA, our main focus is to teach every learner to express themselves aesthetically through playing music on the piano while mastering all the technicalities of playing this instrument. We provide an opportunity to develop the skills of playing the piano to various age groups, including kids and adults of all levels. Our lessons for kids offer various advantages, such as developing sound piano techniques, increasing memory and cognitive ability, and expressing all different emotions and feelings through music.”

European Piano Academy trains children to recognise and read all the notes and rhythms. They also acquire the ability to play them on the keyboard, which is very important for improving piano playing skills. The expert teachers at the academy help kids in developing their aural skills that refer to the ability to recognise notes and phrases just by listening to them. These skills are extremely valuable for developing the ear and listening habits in kids. Teachers specifically focus on developing these skills from a tender age.

The spokesperson also stated, “In our lessons for kids, we focus on constantly improving and polishing the piano playing technique. As every child is unique, our music lessons for kids concentrate on finding the best possible ways to improve all different areas of the piano playing technique of any given student. Further, we stress upon expanding their concentration, attention span, and memorizing abilities. Our teachers address these issues in almost every piano lesson they give to kids. Our piano lessons for kids are tailor-made to include the key aspects of learning music theory and harmony.”

European Piano Academy offers kids music lessons that contribute greatly to their overall understanding of musical compositions. Apart from focusing on the technical skills, memory and concentration, the teachers at the academy pay a great deal of attention to the emotional development of students. This is done for the students to recognise, understand and express the emotions and feelings that create the foundation of any interesting and touching musical performance.

About European Piano Academy:
European Piano Academy offers high-quality piano lessons for children and adults in and around Sydney. The academy has teachers who are trained and skilled to apply the piano teaching methods of the Russian and European piano schools. They focus on the emotional and mental aspects of performance while making their students technically sound in the art of playing the piano. The academy helps students in pursuing their goals, as well as prepares them for important examinations like High School Certificate exams, Grades 1-8 Piano exams, AMus, LMus, and Piano for Leisure exams.
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Categories Entertainment , Music
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Last Updated March 5, 2019