Have you as an adult always wanted to learn to play the piano? Did you think you couldn’t afford it or that you’d never have the time to practice? Or did you just think that maybe you didn’t have the talent for it? Or maybe you didn’t have a piano or keyboard?
Enter the Piano Party. Anyone can host a Tupperware or Mary Kay party. And the piano party is designed with that philosophy in mind.
Host a piano party in your home today! Gather at least 8 ladies or 4 couples interested in learning to play the piano. Miss Liberty Martin will do her best to persuade them to take Group Piano Lessons. If 7 people will do it, the hostess gets half price. If 8 ladies, she gets hers free! If 6 people or less, the one time fee will go up slightly.
There is a significant discount compared to individual lessons. The initial commitment is for 3 months, after which individuals have several choices: to continue group lessons, to commence individual lessons, or progress on their own.
Group lessons provide support and encourage practice as individuals are expected to perform for each other weekly. Groups will meet once a week for an hour. They may choose to meet in the same home every week, or in different homes. The group sessions can be combined with a time of food and fellowship afterwards, a workout or walk, or whatever they may choose.
There is a deposit required for new keyboard use; 80% of which will be returned unless the student chooses to keep it or there is damage. Learning to play the piano requires a minimum of one hour practice a week. That is three days of 20 minutes, or 6 days of 10 minutes each.
Miss Liberty has a unique sense of humour and guarantees a time of fun and learning. She can teach anyone the basics of beginning piano. She has a piano teaching studio located in Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania, and also teaches in Manchester, Maryland. For the group lessons, she is able to travel a wide range in the York/Adams County, Northern Baltimore County and North Carroll County areas.
To schedule your Piano Party or for more information; please email Liberty Martin at Lbelle5 at juno.com, or call her at 717.515.1037. Her web address is www.libertyspiano.com. Her studio is Liberty’s Piano Studio.