Welcome to Jan Gray Piano Art Studio, Macon, Georgia! Piano and keyboard lessons for pre-schoolers, elementary students, teens and adults. Classical piano, improvisation, composing, jazz, comtemporary praise and worship, pop, rock and other genres. Students learn the practical application of music theory at the keyboard. Come join the fun!
e mail: email@example.com
phone: 478-444-8158 (cell)
convenient central location
and close to interstate
I love teaching piano and sharing my love of music with my students! It’s been a busy year as the studio has grown and I’ve sought to provide the best for my students. Relationships with a diverse group of piano teachers around the world has enabled me to expand my own joy and knowledge of teaching students of various ages and musical preference. For every hour I spend teaching, I spend at least 2-3 hours writing my own music and teaching materials, researching the best and latest from other teachers, organizing new music and games and making lesson plans.
Pre-school Piano and Composing
*Guest WiFi for waiting parents.
*A separate Waiting Room for mothers
with small children
*Swing set for siblings who are waiting with parents.
(Please note that the safety of children before they
enter my studio is the sole responsibility of parents.)
* Students may choose from three different pianos in my studio: I teach on a Yamaha Grand Piano and I also have a Yamaha Digital Grand Piano and a Yamaha P 105 Digital Piano. This allows for siblings, Music Buddies, Parent /Child Lessons to be partially shared and makes the best use of lesson and practice time.
Music for Boys ... Super Heroes!
, The Adventures of Fearless Fortissimo, Piano Books for Boys, Read the Comic, Play the Music. I loved it so much, I immediately purchased My Piano Teacher Thinks She's a Ninja. This is not the music I was forced to endure as a beginning piano student.
For more info: Piano Music for Boys, Teens and Even Adults!
Blog for Parents
Parents Can Do a Lot to Help Set the Stage for Successful Practice - Even Those Who Know NOTHING About Music
Once students learn their first scales, the discovery of transposing their music to a new key is a natural progression. They quickly learn that they are able to compose their own songs within the first few months.