Piano Lessons in Anaheim Hills

It's great to start at a young age!  Have you ever wondered why it's so easy for young children to learn more than one language?  Yamaha introduces music fundamentals to children at the time when their hearing capabilities are developing rapidly.  

Music Maker is recommended by:

  • PYLUSD School District, see recommendation.
  • Anaheim City Recreation Department, see schedule (Click Special Interest, Click Location: Music Maker Academy)
  • iLEAD Home Study Program, see info

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Learning to play the piano can be fun and one of the most fundamentally rewarding ways to start the study of music. Our Music School has structured its lessons in a standardized way that makes music not only easier to learn, but more enjoyable as well. As a student in the Yamaha Piano Course, you will be learning from our exclusive Pianoforte curriculum developed by the  Yamaha Music Foundation.

Our proven syllabus goes beyond the traditional piano lesson to help students learn technique, repertiore, keyboard harmony, duets and improvisation. Lessons will also include other traditional methods carefully chosen by the teacher to meet individual goals and needs.

Lesson include:

Piano Forte Books

Repertoire

Scales & Arpeggios

Sight Reading

Aural Training

Theory of music

Solfege, Finger Exercises, & Etudes

Improvisation & Keyboard Harmony 

Our retail store also offer piano books, classical, jazz and others.

Our faculties

  • Edmond, Allmond

    Edmond, Allmond

    Teaches Piano, Voice, & Vocal Performance

    Masters Studies in Composition & Conducting: UCLA
    Music Performance & Composition studies: Loyola Marymount
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  • Ryan Baca

    Ryan Baca

    Teaches Piano, certified Yamaha instructor

    Bachelor of Arts in Ethnomusicology: UCLA
    Concentration in Performance and Composition
  • Steve Davis

    Steve Davis

    Teaches Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, & Improvisation

    Master of Arts degree: University of California, Santa Barbara
    Bachelor of Arts degree: University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Brent Dickason

    Brent Dickason

    Teaches Strings (Cello, Violin, Viola), Piano, & Guitar

    Bachelor of Music degree: Chapman University
    San Francisco Conservatory of Music,
    Emphasis in Cello Performance
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  • Christy Lee Martin

    Christy Lee Martin

    Teaches Piano, Violin, & Viola

    Bachelor of Arts degree: California State University, Northridge
  • Kristi McKinley

    Kristi McKinley

    Teaches Piano

    Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano Performance: ChapmanUniversity
  • Teddy Newsom

    Teddy Newsom

    Teaches Piano & Voice

    Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Pedagogy : California State University,Fullerton

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  • Lynnda Snyder

    Lynnda Snyder

    Teaches Piano & Musical Theater

    Master of Fine Arts degree: Claremont Graduate University
    Bachelor of Arts degree: Chapman University
  • Teresa Vidergar

    Teresa Vidergar

    Teaches Piano

    Master of Music degree, University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music
    Bachelor of Music degree, California State University, Fullerton
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The Instruments

Portable Keyboard, Digital Piano and Acoustic Piano.

Portable Keyboard:

  • Portable.
  • Usually weigh less than 20 lbs. and have a smaller range, with 49 and 61-key models.
  • Keyboard stands may be offered with the instrument at an additional cost, but they can be played table-top.
  • Are also easily storable.
  • Notoriously light and plasticy. Not too touch-sensitivity.

Digital Piano:

  • May only offer a few voices, and might not contain any songs or rhythms at all. These voices usually sound pretty genuine (depending on brand and quality) and tend to be the staples: grand piano, harpsichord, strings, and jazz or pipe organ. Abridged sample songs may be included to preview these sounds.
  • Are not unstorable. Weigh from 25-60 lbs., and usually come with 61, 76, or 88 keys.
  • Somewhat touch-sensitive.

Acoustic Piano:

  • One sound.
  • Very Touch-sensitive

For more information, Yamaha describe the products of keyboard and piano in http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/ .

How do you decide?

  • Budget.
  • Age.
  • Relocation factor.

For Portable Keyboard and Digital Piano, please contact Music Maker an authorized Yamaha Dealer.

For Piano, please choose the following Yamaha Authorized Dealers:

  • HANMI PIANO 7942 GARDEN GROVE BLVD GARDEN GROVE, CA 92841 Tel (714) 891-5551
  • DENNIS HAGERTY KEYBOARD CONCEPTS 18285 EUCLID AVE FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708 Tel (714) 544-0088
  • SOCAL PIANOS 740 SO ROCHESTER AVE SUITE B ONTARIO, CA 91761 Tel (909) 605-6457

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