Check out this Amazing Christmas video that these 3 CSCA students put together on their own!
Below: "Girls Rock!" Camp..original composition "Long Gone" by Remy
THESE ARE NOT THE BORING PIANO CLASSES THAT YOU MAY HAVE EXPERIENCED AS A KID!
With the thousands of sounds available on today's digital keyboards, learning how to play the piano is one of the most fun activities that kids and adults look forward to each week. Our exclusive teaching method makes the piano one of the easiest instruments to learn how to play. Students will be playing their first songs by the end of their FREE TRIAL LESSON. By encouraging our students to learn how to play their favorite songs and create their own music, they actually want to go home and practice.
Our technique not only teaches students all of necessary foundations of reading music, but also focuses on :
Learning how to compose your own songs
Developing the ability to play by ear
Learning how to play with or without sheet music
Understanding how to build chords and musical scale families,
making improvisation easy
Students are encouraged to play all types of music, including classic rock, jazz, blues and classical. Because the same elements music theory can be illustrated using any style of music, students can follow their own musical path, playing the music that they want to play.
Private, Duet and Group Piano classes are offered on a year round schedule.
Click on the "Learn Piano" tab at the top of this page for details about various class options.
Classes are offered for ages 4 to Adult....for all levels beginner to advanced.
Below: One of our 4 year old students who learned "Fur Elise" (usually needs several years of study with other methods)
... LIVE ROCKIN' "OPEN MIC" PERFORMANCES FOR OLDER STUDENTS
"THE SCIENTIST" By Coldplayperformed by Ian H.
"Rolling in the Deep" by Adele, performed by Mia M. (CSCA Vocal and Piano student)
Above: Our Rock Band "ICE" at Cary Jamfest 2012
Below: Drawn by 17 year old CSCA Art Student Joy E.
Below: Hanging out with world reknowned artist Philip Burke as he painted "Geoff Downes" from Yes.
Philip Burke's portraits of famous musicians have appeared regularly in Rolling Stone and elsewhere for the past 25 years.
Cary School of Creative Arts
111-#219 James Jackson (at the interesection of Maynard and James Jackson Blvd.)