Grace Notes Piano Studio

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We are happy to share with you information about piano lessons at Grace Notes Piano Studio. Our students range in age from 4 to 94 and in ability levels, from beginner to advanced.

Our lessons are individualized according to learning styles, practicing time available, student tastes in music, etc. All students are taught the fundamentals of piano theory, technique, and repertoire, via a number of resources.

Our students work with a core curriculum to provide continuity and comprehensive learning. In addition, we strive to make sure there are supplemental materials of interest to the student for fun and rewarding playing.

A variety of practicing plans are encouraged and many performance opportunities exist for the students.

For more information, contact;

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Susan Royer
Grace Notes Piano Studio
2103 Fruitville Road
East Greenville, PA 18041
Phone: 215-679-0625
Email shroyer59@gmail.com

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Susan Royer has been a private piano teacher in the Upper Perkiomen Valley since 1990. She has a B.S. in Christian Education and studied piano pedagogy with Ina Grapenthin and Ruth Ann Moyer. She is a frequent guest organist for church services, weddings and funerals, and has mentored numerous students in accompanying for choirs/choruses, orchestras, and jazz bands at their schools and churches.

Susan Royer is co-founder of FAME (Families Advancing Music Education in the Upper Perkiomen School District)

 

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Mission statement

At Grace Notes Piano Studio we want all of our students to acquire music as a source of personal enjoyment. We strive to give each student a positive and fun experience at the piano, tailoring lessons so each individual can achieve their maximum potential as they discover the joy of personal expression through piano music.

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