When you or your child love music and want to learn to play an instrument, it is only natural that you are going to go out to try to find an instructor to work with. Working with a teacher that has experience playing is a great way for you to learn new skills and advance your playing as time goes by. Choosing just the right teacher is an important step that you are going to take along the way. You want to have a teacher that is going to make the experience as enjoyable as possible so that you want to keep learning. When you are looking for a piano teacher in Buena Park to make learning fun, you want to come to see me, Dr. Doris Chiang, for your lessons.
You Should Enjoy the Experience
Anytime you are learning anything new you want the experience to be as enjoyable as possible. I have found over the years that the more fun you have during the learning process, the more willing students are to keep learning, practicing and coming back. Fun is an integral part of the learning process, and I want all of my students to love every facet of learning new things about music and piano playing. My goal is to have you walk away from each lesson with a smile on your face, proud of what you have been able to accomplish and looking forward to learning even more the next time.
Talk to a Teacher First
Instead of just choosing your piano teacher in Buena Park out of phone book or Internet listing, you want to take the time to meet with a potential teacher to see if the two of you are a good fit together. I always take the time to meet with any potential students first to make sure that we mesh well together. This initial interview will give me a good idea of your skill set so we know where to begin, but it will also give you the opportunity to see if you are comfortable with my methods and if you are going to enjoy the lessons.
Call for an Appointment
If you are interested in finding a quality, experienced and fun piano teacher in Buena Park, then please take the time to call me, Dr. Doris Chiang, at 562-537-7548 so we can arrange an appointment for an initial meeting and interview. We can discuss what your goals are in learning piano and talk about what we can accomplish together as your lessons go on and your skills grow.