Piano Lessons in Cedar Park, TX
Our Approach to Piano Lessons at Velocity Music Academy
Piano lessons are offered on a one-on-one basis with our highly qualified teachers and also through our group classes and pairs lessons. During private music lessons, the student will develop a plan for individual learning with their teachers.
Each teacher will work with the students to come up with repertoire suitable for their optimum learning. Some students excel at classical learning, studying the masters from all time periods of music (Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, etc.). Other students wish to integrate elements of pop music, church music, jazz music, or all of the above!
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01 Piano Lessons Should Be Fun!
We know that an interest in piano may be what first brings you into our school – but having fun is what keeps you coming back! Here at Modern Music Academy, our goal is for every student to LOVE their music lessons as they embark on a rewarding journey of progress and discovery. We put the “fun” in fundamentals!
02 We Emphasize Healthy Technique
Healthy technique is critical to lifelong enjoyment of the piano. Our first priority is teaching strong fundamentals, including hand, wrist and arm technique, bench position, and pedaling. We believe that full-body instruction is essential to musicianship and safeguards students from injury.
03 We Care About Your Musical Interests & Goals
There is no one-size-fits-all method of piano instruction. Regardless of ability or prior experience, our teachers take an individualized approach to each of our students – underpinned by detailed individual assessments, a personalized learning plan, and one-on-one guidance throughout your musical journey.
Our Piano Teachers:
Our piano teachers hold credentials from illustrious universities, and they perform regularly with various nationwide and community groups outside of the private piano studio. This wide range of experience allows them to pass on a bigger and more well-rounded musical perspective to their students.
Jessica‘s passion for teaching piano is a direct result of a childhood obsession with all things piano. Her parents would often have to tell her to “stop practicing piano and get outside
Piano, Guitar and Art Teacher (online only)
Joshua Johnson got his undergraduate degree in music education in 2011 from Pittsburg State University. While attending school, he worked at a local nationally accredited childcare center which had classrooms that ranged
Dr. Hanna Chung
Pianist Hanna Chung, a native of South Korea, recently completed her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Collaborative Piano at the Butler School of music at the University of Texas where she
Dr. Bradley Emerson
Brad Emerson received a Doctorate in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at Austin under the instruction of Anton Nel. He additionally holds a Masters in Piano Performance from UT, and
Piano, Voice, Music & Movement Classes
At an early age, Beth Raschke grew up hearing her parents’ record albums ranging from Bach to Broadway. At church, she was surrounded with beautiful voices and wonderful instruments. By the age
Violin and Piano
Bennie Braswell started playing violin at 6, and piano at 10. At 15, she started giving lessons to her teacher’s students who needed extra help before recitals or competition. She got her
Dr. Stephanie Andrews
Piano, Voice, & Composition
Stephanie Andrews is a composer, church musician, and educator who has taught piano, voice, elementary general music and movement, and middle school choir for over twenty-five years. She currently resides in Austin,
Voice and Piano
Rosemary Hamington is a classically trained voice and piano teacher with a diverse performing background. She has performed in several community theatre musicals, as well as a jazz/show choir, All-State choir, acapella
Award-winning American pianist and musician Timothy Jones has established himself as a versatile talent who possesses an abundance of creative and artistic energy. Timothy has performed in venues worldwide such as Lincoln
Kelly Smith Toney
Piano, Violin & Viola
Kelly Smith Toney received her bachelor and master degrees from The Juilliard School. Upon graduation, she joined the Singapore Symphony Orchestra for a two-year engagement. Mrs. Toney has been concertmaster and orchestra
Stephanie Talley is a piano teacher who fell in love with the piano and classical music at the age of 8. She is a graduate of Angelo State University. She is classically
Voice, Piano & Guitar
Ryan studied contemporary and classical vocal performance, contemporary guitar performance, and music business in college. He earned a B.A. in Music Business with a minor in Vocal Performance from McNally Smith College
Guitar, Bass, Voice & Piano
My name is Collin, I am a professional musician, producer, and educator based in Austin, Texas! I have been playing music for over 15 years, toured nationally as a sideman, led several
Guitar, Piano, Student Bands
Chris Wright is a guitarist, pianist, and educator with a musical career spanning over twenty years. He first became interested in playing guitar as an early teen after being influenced by Guns
MacKenzie is a classically trained pianist and lifelong student of music. Beginning at the age of five studying piano and later with classical and acoustic guitar, she continues to learn and grow
Major Kim Edward Feinauer
Born in Reading, Pennsylvania on February 2, 1953, Major Kim Edward Feinauer graduated from Reading Senior High School in 1971. He then studied music and philosophy at Lebanon Valley College in Annville,
Frederick Jackson is a classically trained pianist originally from Rochester, NY. From a young age, Frederick was surrounded by music through his family and church and being exposed to a wide range
Dmitriy Krasny was born near Tashkent in Uzbekistan, which was then part of the USSR. At the age of seven, he moved to the US with his family. He started learning piano at eleven, under the guidance of Miron Galperin and Eva Zinger.
Voice, Piano & Music Explorers
Bianca Reveles, a native of Dallas, TX, is a dedicated music teacher known for her positive and encouraging approach to education. With almost 18 years of vocal experience…
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“Ulrich is a fabulously patient teacher! We enjoy the time he invests in teaching our daughter and we are enrolling our other kids in classes because of the great, positive experience Cayli has had at Velocity.”
“I wanted to ping you to let you know how pleased I am with G.’s progress under Tom’s teaching. Tom’s very skilled and engaging and G. is blossoming as a student – he loves guitar and counts the days between his lessons.”
“We love velocity. The facility is always very welcoming and cheerful. My 3 y.o. Enjoys the music together sessions. I feel like it’s encouraging him to develop a love of music and even helping with his rhythm in gross motor skills.”
“Shane has been a wonderful piano teacher for our 6-year-old son. He is extremely patient and has a great rapport with children. He has great judgment and the ability to provide the right balance of instructions and challenges and keep his classes enjoyable.”
“For the last 3 1/2 years Kathy Rabago has been my daughter’s piano teacher. She has excelled in her piano skills and abilities due to this teacher’s patience and knowledge. Thank you Kathy for all you’ve done!”
“Thank you, Velocity School of Music. Your wonderful guitar teacher, Ulrich Ellison, has inspired and nurtured our 7-year-old in his love for the guitar and he loves going to each lesson. Your school is friendly, welcoming, and top-notch!”
“My son is working with Abby to learn to play the cello, and we are both so happy to be working with such a talented and kind person!”
“The kids are having a blast doing music this summer with Jonathan, Sarah, and Josh. The boys tell me they wish their lessons were longer! Great teachers – just what they needed this summer- they are playing some really fun pieces. They each love their teachers.”
“Velocity has changed Dalton’s life and he has gained so much confidence and loves the piano.”
“Mercer has really enjoyed his first couple of lessons and Ashley is just awesome! He looks forward to the rest of the summer and hoping to continue into the next school year. Thanks!”
We offer a variety of plans to fit your schedule & budget
30 Min Lesson
30 minute lessons are great for building a strong foundation.GET STARTED
45 Min Lesson
Fit for both beginners & intermediate students who need more than 30 minutes.GET STARTED
60 Min Lesson
Longer lessons, perfect for motivated, intermediate or advanced musicians.GET STARTED
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What’s a good age to begin piano lessons?
We offer lessons to children in the Austin and Cedar Park area beginning at age 4. Additionally, we offer lessons through the high school years and teach adults too! The piano is a wonderful versatile instrument that can bring joy through a lifetime a learning. Certain aspects of piano technique, such as interval reach, can be physically challenging to a young child. At the same time, there are plenty of basics to learn before large interval reach is necessary. At Velocity Music Academy, we suggest beginning instruction no younger than age four. Have no fear: beginning at this young age will give your child plenty of time to progress in their keyboarding skills.
So, if you have the desire to learn, we have the desire to teach you—no matter your age.
Our Piano Teachers
All of the teachers at Velocity Music Academy hold university degrees in music and are experts in their field. Our piano faculty have received their musical education from such prestigious institutions all over the country.
Do I have to know how to read music?
No. Beginners are welcome!
Do I need a piano to learn the instrument?
No, you do not need a piano at home to take lessons. A simple full size electronic keyboard will suffice for the first 6 months. Contact us to learn more about keyword rentals and pricing.
Are there piano recitals?
Absolutely! Our students have the opportunity to perform. Private students are given the opportunity to participate in two recitals per year, one in December and one in May.
Sight Reading, Listening & Theory
For a small additional monthly fee, you can enroll your child in a weekly 30 minute lab time that takes places before or after the private lesson. In the lab time, the student will study music theory, sight reading, music listening and more. This can enhance their piano lessons and overall musicality.
So, what are you waiting for?
If you’re ready to jump into the world of keyboarding, we are excited to match you with a teacher that can get you started on your musical journey. Nothing will enable you to progress more effectively than a one-on-one partnership with an inspiring piano professional. Let us help you explore and build your abilities in a setting that is comfortable for you. You never know how far you can go until you take that first step, so why not get started today?