If you’re thinking about enrolling your child in piano lessons you’re making a smart choice. According to Parents Magazine, piano helps children in almost every aspect of their life: academically, physically, socially, and mentally.

Here in Fort Worth you’ve got two choices for helping your kids learn this wonderful instrument. You could hire an in-home piano teacher. Or you could receive regular instruction at our Hulen St. music school.

In-School Piano Instruction vs. In-Home Piano Lessons

You might be tempted to fall back on in-home lessons because it’s nice to skip the traffic sometimes. But if you want the very best value for your money, a formal music school is the way to go.

First, hiring an in-home piano instructor puts the burden of vetting that instructor on you. Are they qualified? Are they trustworthy? Do you have the resources to conduct your own criminal background check, so you can be sure?

Our instructors all come from incredible music backgrounds, have years of experience, and have been thoroughly assessed to ensure they are safe and ready to work with children. That’s peace of mind. And because they are so qualified, they can even teach your child skills a standard piano teacher can’t. Improvisation? Songwriting? We do it all here.

Second, an in-home instructor is just one person. Will they be able to make it every week? Illness, family issues, vacation time…all if this could ensure your child doesn’t get weekly lessons. By contrast, having multiple instructors on-hand means your child regular, consistent lessons.

Our Fort Worth Piano Teachers

With their passion for music and teaching alike, each of our Fort Worth piano teachers has the drive to help your students succeed.

  • Caitlin Lusk – Assistant Director for the Children of Glory, 5 years of experience teaching piano to children.
  • David Smith – A musician with an impressive resume of world tours, television appearances, and more.
  • Xavier Joseph – Holds a Master’s degree in music and has distinguished himself with an extensive list of appearances in musical theatre productions.
  • Ashley Ashton – A local musician from a musical family who has been playing piano since she was 7 years old.
  • Rebekah Anthony – Worship team singer/songwriter with a BA in Music Business.
  • Jillian Wyatt – BA of Science in Music Business who has been playing piano since she was 4 years old.
  • Josiah Horton – BA in Music, pursuing a Master’s in Vocal Pedagogy.
  • Derrada Rubell-Asbell – Director of Music & Worship at First United Methodist Church, Choir Leader at University Christian Church, BA in Vocal Music Education.
  • Sean Hildebrandt – Local musician with a BA in Music Arts.
  • Cody Scott – Associate Degree in Music Performance, pursuing a Bachelor’s in Jazz Studies.
  • Carnell Simmons – Former member of the Fort Worth Symphony and Member of Fine Arts Chamber Players; pursuing a Master’s in Music & Arts Administration.

To learn more, visit our Fort Worth location today.

Stop by our location near the intersection of Bryant Irvin and Hwy 20, next to the Guitar Center. We’ll be happy to give you a tour, introduce you to our outstanding piano teachers, and answer any questions you might have. We look forward to meeting you!