Learn, create, and perform--piano lessons at Matt Burk Music Studio are far more than just ordinary lessons with a washed-out teacher in a stuffy room. You’ll be happy to know that you can find piano lessons in Frisco TX that will motivate, challenge, and inspire you, and while you might be wondering if this is too good to be true, rest assured that piano lessons at Matt Burk Studio incorporate every element of musical learning in the finest way possible. Our qualified and experienced teachers will ensure a fantastic experience for everyone by tuning into each student’s unique learning style, and we foster our students’ own goals and dreams rather than trying to fit them into a box.
Our studio isn’t content with giving students the same run-of-the-mill instruction they can find anywhere. We are passionate about offering truly excellent piano lessons in Frisco, TX, to our neighbors, and that’s why we focus on turning young pianists into complete musicians rather than mindless machines with fingers. We instruct students on how to practice wisely and efficiently to stay both sane and healthy--because after all, quality is better than quantity in music too. Leopold Auer once said, “Practice with your fingers and you need all day. Practice with your mind and you will do as much in 1 1/2 hours.” We tend to agree, and and we try to make everything else we do at the studio just as meaningful.
So why do we include things in our curriculum like student showcases at the House of Blues Dallas, student recitals at the McKinney Performing Arts Center, and live jam sessions with other students? Like we said earlier, it’s because we want our students taking piano lessons in Frisco, TX to grow into complete musicians. One of the best things about music is the social aspect, and a pianist is essential in creating a meaningful artistic conversation amongst musicians. The jam sessions will help our pianists learn to collaborate with other musicians, and the other performing opportunities reinforce the whole reason we do music in the first place--to speak to others.
Opportunities to play in front of others also provides benefits like exposure for future gigs, learning how to handle the adrenaline a crowd gives you as a performer, and some valuable feedback and reward for the hard work you’ve put in. As our piano instructor, Marcus Wheat, will tell you, we are never satisfied with the way we teach. And that is one reason why you won’t find better piano lessons in Frisco, TX; we strive to learn from our experiences and encourage our students to learn from theirs.