Piano Lessons

Piano Lessons

MIGA Music piano student Siddhi at our Recitals in a beautiful red dress

7 Days a Week

Piano lessons are the most sought after music lessons at our studios. To meet this demand, we have 6 individual piano rooms and we teach piano 7 days a week. Piano students may choose to be prepared for Royal Conservatory of Music exams by our certified piano instructors.

MIGA Music piano student Jessica at our Recitals

From age 6

The question we most often get asked is what is the appropriate age for a child to start piano lessons? We believe the age is 6 years old. When children are ready to start grade 1 at school, they are also ready to start piano lessons.

MIGA Music student Romit playing piano at our Recitals

Acoustic or Digital?

Digital pianos have come a long way. Is there a difference between learning on a digital piano versus a “real” acoustic piano? Well, it will be perfectly fine to start out your piano studies on an inexpensive keyboard, upgrade to a weighted key digital piano, and if you turn out to be really serious, you can always buy an acoustic piano. While you can expect to spend $150 for a keyboard and $600 for a digital piano, a quality acoustic piano ranges from $6000 to 10’s of thousands of dollars.

MIGA Music piano student Siddhi at our Recitals in a beautiful red dress

7 Days a Week

Piano lessons are the most sought after music lessons at our studios. To meet this demand, we have 6 individual piano rooms and we teach piano 7 days a week. Piano students may choose to be prepared for Royal Conservatory of Music exams by our certified piano instructors.

From age 6

The question we most often get asked is what is the appropriate age for a child to start piano lessons? We believe the age is 6 years old. When children are ready to start grade 1 at school, they are also ready to start piano lessons.

MIGA Music piano student Jessica at our Recitals
MIGA Music student Romit playing piano at our Recitals

Acoustic or Digital?

Digital pianos have come a long way. Is there a difference between learning on a digital piano versus a “real” acoustic piano? Well, it will be perfectly fine to start out your piano studies on an inexpensive keyboard, upgrade to a weighted key digital piano, and if you turn out to be really serious, you can always buy an acoustic piano. While you can expect to spend $150 for a keyboard and $600 for a digital piano, a quality acoustic piano ranges from $6000 to 10’s of thousands of dollars.

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