My experience of private piano lessons as a child was predominately one on one private tuition. I often think how much more fun it would have been to do piano with my friends. Also, neither of my parents ever attended any of my lessons. Well, it’s a different story here at Rhythm and Tunes Piano School. I had parents marching to the beat around the room today, with their kids. What good sports they are and I know the kids just love having that kind of attention from Mum or Dad.

If you’re wondering if this amazing approach to piano playing would suit your child you might like to read about this Mum’s experience…

Chelsea, Aged 6

“Chelsea was given a keyboard last Christmas and enjoyed tinkering away on it. I bought a couple of Children’s Music Books to try and help her learn a few songs, but after 6 months she was bored with it as she could only play 2 or 3 basic songs. Twinkle twinkle little star was a favourite. She basically only worked out how to play these songs through sound. I didn’t know how to read music so how could I help and encourage her.

It was on Facebook that I saw a post for 
Rhythm & Tunes Piano School and after reading up on it and talking to Jo, I knew straight away that this was the way we needed to go. The method of the way it is taught makes so much more sense than the traditional way.. Teach us what notes to play and we will learn to read the music later. Just get us playing!!

After 2 classes we already had 3 songs on our playlist and believe me there was no Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to be heard. Gorgeous melody pieces using both hands and the foot pedal.

This is not a drop-off and go for a coffee Piano School. I stay with Chelsea for the 40-minute lesson and get taught at the same time. 2 for 1 Bonus !! Music is constantly alive in our home and I have always wanted to play the piano. To have this time and interest with Chelsea is priceless and something I cherish. 
It is a commitment you as the parent need to make, but 15 minutes a day and a 40-minute lesson once a week is worth every second when you hear your child or yourself play.
Chelsea is also in her second year with The Australian Girls Junior Choir and putting the voice and piano together is just gorgeous to listen to. 
We learnt Amazing Grace last week and we had a sing-a-long with her elderly grandparents. These are memories that will stay with us forever.
Chelsea’s grandparents saw the potential and interest straight away and generously replaced her little keyboard with our first piano. A very exciting day it was delivered.
Chelsea and I spend 15 minutes each evening practising our playlist together which is currently at 8 songs. But believe me, she is enjoying it so much and is so motivated, she is on and off the piano, all day practising.
Her creativity is inspiring, listening to her create her own little compositions, with words. She is also choosing to spend her time playing the piano rather than watching TV or the iPad. Happy days !!

If you have ever considered the piano for your child or yourself. This is the way to go. Instant results that will stay with us for life.
Jo is amazing with her students and with her kindness, patience and clear instructions she motivates and supports us all.
We look forward to a long and rewarding relationship with her.

Rhythm & Tunes Piano School is really the ultimate way to learn the piano.”

Email joanne@rhythmandtunes.com.au with your best contact number and I will be in touch!

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