Where does your child's music lessons take them? Keyboard Touch students have performed in New York, Canada, Mexico, Austria, Germany and Paris, in venues such as Notre Dame, Hellbruhn Palace, the Eiffel Tower and Walt Disney World! They participate in and win Championship awards in prestigious regional and national music competitions and receive invitations to perform for Master classes.
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Whether you want to play just for fun, to entertain your friends, or are pursuing full classical training we want to bring each student to their fullest potential. We at The Keyboard Touch have a full range of professional teachers that can accommodate any musical style on a variety of instruments. Our mission is to develop each students full potential in their musical adventure. We offer the experience to provide the necessary musical and technical skills to achieve this goal and to develop a love of music through fun and creative methods that will last them a lifetime of playing and enjoying music.
This keyboard based program is for children ages three and four. Using the widely successful program Kids on the Keys your child will learn letters, numbers, colors, musical notes and play simple songs on the keyboard. Private weekly classes are 25 minutes long and parents are invited to join the class. Designed for children ages five through seven Keyboard for Juniors teaches your child the fundamentals of music theory, composition, reading and playing music on the piano or keyboard in a fun and proven program.
Our program has been designed by experts with over 35 years of teaching experience in the field of music and musicians who are first-class performers. Their knowledge ensures that you have a fun and positive experience in the music making process. Our experience assures quality teaching for ages 3 - 93 of any level. We offer a variety of programs for a wide range of musical study from popular to classical. Each child learns differently. We at the Keyboard Touch recognize these differences and employ methods that reach a greater majority of children than other programs.