• Provide a piano in the best possible condition .Your child must have access to a piano located in the home where the child spends the most time. Acoustic pianos are the best, but if you cannot obtain one, then an electric/digital piano (with 88 WEIGHTED keys and a pedal) is a good substitute.
  • Set aside a regular time for practice each day in a quiet place with no interruption or distractions. Daily practice can be divided into two or more sessions if necessary. This will help develop self-discipline and good practice habits. Younger children especially need help with their practicing.
  • Encourage progress! Many small steps yield great results! Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend lessons at any time.
  • Provide a metronome, a 3-ring binder and repertoire/method books. 
  • Be helpful, interested and supportive!