Private Piano Lessons in Cincinnati
TMS offers piano lessons in Cincinnati and surrounding communities to students of all ages and abilities. Piano lessons are a great way to begin your musical journey that can become a wonderful form of therapy, and a lifelog skill. From beginner piano lessons to expert level, our piano instructors will find where you are in your musical journey and design a curriculum for your skill level. Studies show that piano lessons support memory retention, focus, and concentration to name a few. Our vetted Piano instructors all have a degree in music and have been teaching and performing for many years.
Piano Lessons for Kids
Piano lessons for kids can begin as early as 3 years of age if a dedicated parent comes to the lessons and practices with their child at home. We do offer Suzuki method, which is often taught to younger students. However, for more independent study we recommend traditional lessons. Traditional lessons can begin when a child is able to count and has learned their alphabet. Sign your child up for piano lessons in Cincinnati at Tallant Music Studio today!
Meet our Piano Instructors!
Diana Chubak is an Ukrainian born pianist currently based in Cincinnati (OH), USA. Diana graduated from Mykola Lysenko Lviv Music Academy in 2018, where she studied with Oksana Rapita. She is a laureate of many international competitions: Competition after Myroslav Skoryk (Ukraine, 2016), the award “Golden Parnassus” at the XII International Piano Forum “Bieszczady without borders” (Poland, 2017), the II Prize at the VIII International Siegfried-Weishaupt Klavierwettbewerb competition (Ochsenhausen, Germany, 2018)..
Caileen, director of Tallant Music Studio, truly believes that anyone is capable of learning an instrument and she is passionate about finding the unique approach that will work for you. Caileen approaches all instrument instruction from a compositional standpoint encouraging improvisation and creating music that is truly your own. Click on her image for more information.
Velislava (Veli) Franta has been teaching piano for almost 20 years. A native of Bulgaria, she began playing the piano at the age of 6 and received degrees in Piano and Music History in her country. Click on her picture for more information.
Praised for “beautiful performances of great warmth” (Classical Voice of North Carolina), Michael Delfin captures the listener with sensitivity and flair on both the modern piano and historical keyboards. Michael recently won the top prize ex aequo in the Ninth Jurow International Harpsichord Competition, shortly after being nominated to the Diapason 20 Under 30 Class of 2021.