Take Piano Lessons in Boston
Interested in playing piano in a band, or at church, or just in front of friends? Or simply for your own enjoyment? Take your piano (or keyboard) playing to the next level, or learn piano for the first time.
Page Music Lessons helps you achieve your piano lesson goals, where you can use our numerous upright pianos and weighted keyboards. Page Music Lessons delivers high caliber, private piano lessons in Boston, with highly experienced piano instructors who love music and love to teach.
Study Your Favorite Styles
The beauty of private study at Page Music Lessons is that you can work on the music you like, at your own pace. Do you love Greg Allman’s approach to blues rock on Stormy Monday? Have you always wanted to learn Beethoven’s Fur Elise? Are you a fan of Keith Jarrett’s lines on jazz standards like Autumn Leaves? Love Elton John or Coldplay? We’ve got you covered.
Our staff includes piano instructors who specialize in jazz piano lessons, blues piano lessons, classical piano lessons, contemporary and rock piano lessons. We also help aspiring songwriters, and students who want to sing and accompany themselves on piano.
While our instructors will always help you stay focused on your goals, we never impose a set curriculum. We’re here to help you learn the tools you’ll need to play your favorite piano music.
All Ages and Levels Welcome
We love beginners! Yes, our piano teachers have impressive accolades and skillsets, but don’t let that intimidate you. We enjoy helping students start right from scratch, or rediscover their passion for piano. Students need no prior experience. Of course we gladly accept intermediate and advanced students, whether you are working to get to the next level or preparing for an audition.
And while other schools only focus on helping children, Page Music Lessons serves both adult piano students and kids. Our instructors have plenty of experience helping working professionals, retirees, teenagers and younger children, and we offer piano lesson plans for all ages and skill levels. For your young child, we generally recommend starting at age 5, although we have had success with some younger kids.