Daniel Alejandro Ramos

Daniel Alejandro Ramos

professional piano teacher
Douglas Bartolme

Douglas Bartolme

professional piano teacher
Eric Rinehart

Eric Rinehart

professional piano teacher
Isabel Casillas

Isabel Casillas

professional piano teacher
Jennifer Paz

Jennifer Paz

professional voice teacher
Jonathan Knauer

Jonathan Knauer

professional voice/piano teacher
Kelly Pedroza

Kelly Pedroza

professional piano teacher
Mr. Ramsey

Mr. Ramsey

professional guitar, piano, voice teacher
TESS

TESS

professional piano teacher
Whitney Taylor

Whitney Taylor

professional piano teacher

The Piano, first created in the early 1700’s, has contributed to both modern and classical music. Originating from the harpsichord it has evolved into several different forms including the grand piano, upright piano, digital piano, and even electronic keyboards and synthesizers.  The piano has the widest range of tones extending lower than a 16-foot organ pedal and higher than the top note of a piccolo. In addition, it is one of the few instruments that can play accompaniment and melody at the same time, making it a complete, independent musical instrument.  Playing the piano has the ability to alter your brain.  A neuroscience study strongly indicated that learning to play the piano added new neural connections, thus priming the brain for other forms of human communication.