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Best Piano Lessons in North Texas 

Piano is one of the best musical instruments to start with because it's a great jumping off point to study any other instrument. 

At Creative Soul School of Music in Dallas-Fort Worth, we teach our piano students to read notes in the Treble and Bass Clefs, while also learning improvisation and songwriting. We focus on fundamentals of good piano playing while introducing modern or popular music that students want to learn or are currently listening to. This approach keeps students excited and earns them the recognition from their peers. 

The piano is physically easy to play right out of the gate, making it much quicker to learn than any other instrument. That is great for those who need immediate satisfaction, and it reinforces the desire to play more often. 

The piano or keyboard are also great for understanding how music works; visually, the piano gives patterns that help students see music in a linear way. This means that kids and adults will see relationships and patterns much easier than any other instrument. It uses both hands, which develops the left-hand-brain communication. 


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Where We Offer Piano Lessons in DFW

We have 5 Creative Soul School of Music locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area:

Creative Soul Music School Fort Worth

5236 S. Hulen
Fort Worth, TX 76132
(817) 677-8506

We provide piano lessons for students, families & adults in Fort Worth and these nearby cities:

  • Forest Hill
  • Kennedale
  • River Oaks
  • Westover Hills
  • Lake Worth
  • Haltom City
  • Saginaw
  • Primrose
  • Crowley
  • Benbrook
  • Aledo
  • Arlington
  • Argyle
  • Burleson
  • White Settlement

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Creative Soul Music School Keller-Watauga

5633 Watauga Rd. 
Watauga, TX 76148
(817) 485-7464

We provide piano lessons for students, families & adults in Keller Watauga and these nearby cities:

  • North Richland Hills
  • Haltom City
  • Hurst
  • Bedford
  • Saginaw
  • Melody Hills
  • Richland Hills
  • Haslet

Creative Soul Music School Southlake

280 Commerce St. #195
Southlake, TX 76092
(817) 764-1074

We provide piano lessons for students, families & adults in the Southlake & Grapevine area and these nearby cities:

  • Trophy Club
  • Grapevine
  • Roanoke
  • Westlake
  • Colleyville
  • Euless
  • Irving
  • Bedford
  • Hurst

Creative Soul Music School Bedford Colleyville

We provide piano lessons for students, families & adults in the Bedford, Hurst and & Euless area and these nearby cities:

  • Bedford
  • Euless
  • Hurst
  • North Richland Hills
  • Colleyville
  • Arlington

217 Harwood Rd # 108,
Bedford, TX 76021

(817) 886-5601

Creative Soul Music School Castle Hills Lewisville Carrollton

We provide piano lessons for students, families & adults in the Lewisville, Carrollton and The Colony area and these nearby cities:

  • Castle Hills
  • Lewisville
  • Carrollton
  • The Colony
  • Irving
  • Frisco

The Shops West, 2520 King Arthur Blvd #103
Lewisville, Tx 75056

(972) 426-2848



How Our Piano Lessons Work

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Beginners in Our Piano Lessons Learn: 

  • Sight-reading
  • Theory
  • Chords
  • Transposition
  • Improvisation


Intermediate & Advanced Students in Our Piano Lessons Learn:

  • To play in our band program
  • Move up through our next level of skills
  • Songwriting and composition techniques as they advance


Not only that, but all of our piano students learn how to have healthy piano practice. In the past, there was a "no pain, no gain" philosophy regarding piano technique. But thanks to physical medicine and the study of ergonomics, that philosophy is no longer valid with piano technique. 

Creative Soul School of Music instructors have been trained to use a contemporary technique that facilitates good development while playing all styles of music on piano. 


Performing What You Learn from Your Piano Lessons

Being able to perform is a big part of sharing a special skill that students have developed. It takes practice, and we want to reward and recognize our students. We have free, twice-a-year recitals for all of our students at such acclaimed venues like the McDavid Studio at Bass Hall & The Palace and various other performance opportunities for our group class students at venues like the Wood Shed Smoke House on the river, Central Market and TV-Famous Chef Pointe for the students to jump into. 



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Meet Our Piano Instructors

We have lots of great piano instructors for your piano lessons. Learn more about each one, their background, their goals for teaching, and what they teach at Creative Soul School of Music in DFW.

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What Our Piano Music Students Have to Say About Us


“Southlake's Creative Soul of Music is a fantastic place for kids of all ages to learn more about their passion. My daughter always looks forwrd to her lessons every week. Whether it's singing a challenging song, or learning a new chord on the piano, there is always something my daughter looks forward to! Creative Soul of Music is a laid back and fun atmosphere with an eclectic vibe... not what you see at most music schools.” 

Liz Gentry Wayland


“Love the school and the dedication of its teachers, staff, and owners. My daughter, Katarina, loves taking her piano lessons. These guys get it! I am happy to see that they are growing so rapidly as it is a true testimony to their attention to detail and quality music instruction. My wife and I cannot wait to see our daughter in the upcoming recital. Keep up the great work, Creative Soul Music School! I highly recommend this school to anyone who are looking for the best music education in town.” 

Mauro Burgio


“Our son attends voice, piano and band at Creative Soul. He loves every minute! His teachers have all been excellent and he has many opportunities to show off his skills at band gigs and recitals. We love Creative Soul!” 

Jacinda Wright

Types of Pianos to Purchase for Your Piano Lessons

The question we hear a lot from our new parents and students is whether they should purchase an acoustic piano or keyboard. 

Keyboards vs. Acoustic Pianos

Historically, acoustic pianos have been the instrument of choice for most lessons. But recent technology has led to digital pianos that have sampled sound from the world's finest concert grand pianos. These keyboards are fun and provide an opportunity for an intense and special learning experience, where students can use many voices built into these electronic keyboards, making them into any instrumnet, band or orchestra. Some of these instruments, they have never even heard of. 

At Creative Soul School of Music, we have both so that our students have the opportunity to play a real acoustic piano and experience the keyboard technology so they don't miss out on the fun! 

If you are new to piano lessons or are looking for something different, check out these pianos (keyboards) you can buy online or find a piano shop near you. 

Best Pianos for Your Budget

  • Under $500

    • Yamaha P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano
    • Donner DEP-20 Beginner Digital Piano 88 Key
    • Alesis Recital Pro Digital Piano Keyboard with 88 Hammer Action Keys
  • Under $300

    • Alesis Recital 88-Key Beginner Digital Piano
    • RockJam 88-Key Beginner Digital Piano
    • Best Choice Products 88-Key Full-Size Digital Piano
  • Under $100

    • LAGRIMA 61-Key Portable Electric Keyboard Piano
    • RockJam 61 Portable Electronic Keyboard
    • Souidmy Electric Keyboard 61 Keys

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Popular Blog Articles for Pianists:

Ultimate Guide to Piano Uses

You’ve learned how to play piano - or are in the process of learning the instrument - and are now wondering: “What can I use my piano playing for?” and “Where can I play?” There are a lot of different uses for pianists. In this guide, we’ll go through the possibilities and what you need to know for each one. 

Why Do Our Children Quit Piano Lessons?


Have you ever heard someone say, “I used to take piano lessons as a child, and I wish my parents would have never let me quit”? This has become a common mantra that I hear often, not only as a music instructor, but as an individual. Here’s why parents enroll their children in piano lessons and why it’s important to understand the child’s motivation to help them stay motivated and having fun in their lessons.

Piano Lessons Help Students Perform 34% Higher on Tests


We have definitive proof from this study (and others out there) that music education is important for our child’s education and intellectual growth. And while most of us love music, there is an added benefit of actively participating in the practice of it. Learn more about the study in our article. 


What's the Right Age to Begin Music Lessons?

There is a growing (and convincing) body of research that indicates a “window of opportunity” from birth to age nine for developing a musical sensibility within children. During this time, the mental structures and mechanisms associated with processing and understanding music are in the prime stages of development, making it of utmost importance to expose children in this age range to music. Learn more about making this decision for your child in this article. 


Music Makes You Smarter: the Advantage of Music Lessons


Even if you don’t always notice it, music is all around us - from the stereo in your car to the music piped in at the supermarket. Studies show that music has a wide array of benefits to your health. Whether you’re listening to it or - better yet - playing it, music can have a great impact on your mind. Learn more about this study and how music makes you smarter. 

Do You Think Your Child Is Ready for Music?

I have been teaching young children music for around 15 years now, and I had to ask myself the same question recently, “When is my child ready for music lessons?” I knew because of research and experience teaching, but when I saw my own child demonstrate similar characteristics, I knew what I told our parents all these years was actually true...


Frequently Asked Questions

Explore our frequently asked questions about piano lessons to find answers to common queries. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced pianist, we've got you covered. Learn about getting started, practice routines, costs, and much more to kickstart your musical journey with confidence.

Do I need any prior musical experience to start piano lessons?

No, you don't need any prior musical experience to start piano lessons. Piano lessons are available for beginners of all ages.

What age is suitable for starting piano lessons?

Piano lessons can begin as early as age 4 or 5, but it's never too late to start. People of all ages, from children to adults, can learn to play the piano.

How often should I have piano lessons?

The frequency of lessons can vary, but most students have lessons once a week. Your teacher can help determine the best schedule based on your goals and availability.

How long does it take to become proficient at playing the piano?

The time it takes to become proficient varies depending on individual dedication, practice time, and goals. Generally, it takes several years of consistent practice to reach an advanced level.

Do I need to own a piano to take lessons?

It's beneficial to have access to a piano or keyboard for practice, but you can start with a keyboard if you're unsure about committing to a piano. Eventually, you may want to invest in an acoustic or digital piano.

What should I look for in a piano teacher?

Look for a qualified and experienced teacher who is skilled at working with students of your age and skill level. Personal compatibility and teaching style are also important factors to consider.

How much should I practice each day?

Practice time varies, but beginners may start with 20-30 minutes a day and gradually increase as they progress. Your teacher will provide guidance on practice routines.

How much do piano lessons cost?

The cost of piano lessons can vary widely depending on location, teacher qualifications, and lesson duration. On average, expect to pay $30 to $60 per half-hour lesson, but prices can be higher in metropolitan areas.  Here's a blog we did that goes more in depth on this subject.  

Can I learn to play piano online or through apps?

Yes, there are many online resources, apps, and courses available for learning piano. However, having a qualified teacher for personalized instruction can significantly accelerate your progress.

What type of piano music can I learn to play?

Piano students can learn a wide variety of music genres, including classical, jazz, pop, and more. Your choice of music will depend on your personal preferences and goals.