One of the reasons for the continued popularity of the piano is that it is easier than most other instruments in the earlier stages to play the correct notes and make a reasonably nice sound. String, wind and brass instruments are more difficult to control at first. On the other hand, because we can play full harmonies on the piano (limited or impossible on non-keyboard instruments) the texture of piano music is more complex than for other instruments, which creates its own challenges. Moreover, as we make progress and refine our sound, we have to work hard to overcome the fact that the piano is a percussion instrument, meaning that each note starts to fade once we have played it. This remains a challenge even for concert pianists, but the best of them are almost magicians at linking the sounds together seamlessly. Overall, however, the piano remains probably the most approachable, versatile and rewarding instrument your child could play. The fact that more people take up the piano than any other standard classical instrument speaks for itself.
RM 28 per lesson
Once per week
Payment method: Monthly basis Registration: RM 30 Deposit: 1 month fee Duration: 30 minutes Class schedule: Weekday and weekends