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Keys.

Our approach to teaching the piano is very different to most, and for good reason!

Music is an aural art form and is best taught via the ear. We keep this notion at the core of our teaching method.

We listen to the song, clap the rhythm and sing the melody. Getting a sense of similar patterns that will make it easier to play the song when at the piano.

This approach means students learn songs faster and relate to the written notes they play on the piano.

As students progress onto harder levels, they will be more independent with their music reading. We then focus on song structure, chord progressions, playing by ear and improvising, as their understanding of reading notes becomes stronger.

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Timetable.

All classes listed are Fresh Beginners. If your child has experience please let us know. We'll find a class which is suitable for them to trial in.

Monday

Classes Available
  • 2pm: 4 years
  • 5pm: 8 - 9 years

Tuesday

Classes Available
  • 3:30pm: 5 - 6 years
  • 5pm: 7 - 8 years

Wednesday

Classes Available
  • 3:30pm: 5 - 6 years (waitlist)
  • 4:15pm: 7 - 8 years (waitlist)

Thursday

Classes Available
  • 5pm: 7 - 8 years

Friday

Classes Available
  • 1:15pm: 4 years
  • 3:30pm: 5 - 6 years
  • 4:15pm: 7 - 8 years

Saturday

Classes Available
  • 10am: 7 - 8 years (waitlist)
  • 10:45am: 6 - 7 years
  • 11:45am: 4 years
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Class Details.

Duration: 45 minutes

Price: $35

Location: 8/128 Sailors Bay Rd, Northbridge

There is a term commitment for all enrolments and fees are debited fortnightly.

14 days notice is required for cancellation in the next term. We’ll send a reminder out as this deadline approaches.

"The Sneaky Keys team’s caring, playful yet professional approach is exactly the right combination to instil the love of music in children"

Irene - Chloe + Mateo's Mum

The 'Keys' to learning music

"My daughter absolutely loves attending her piano classes every week and always gets excited about new songs they learn."

Petra - Emma's Mum

Try Sneaky Keys in Term 2