Our goal is to help you reach your full potential

Mr. Ozolins and Ms. Young base their teaching on the Russian method, which emphasizes ability to read music, repertoire variety, and the continuing progress of a student.  Mr. Ozolins and Ms. Young develop individual lesson plans for each student according to their needs, abilities, and interests based on a variety of piano methods. Students are introduced to a wide range of repertoire and are presented with options to choose the pieces they enjoy the most.  For beginning piano students, the emphasis is on learning music notation, rhythm, and hand position.  Intermediate students are encouraged to develop proper technique, understanding of musical styles, and repertoire.

Mr. Ozolins and Ms. Young strongly support performance opportunities, including studio class, talent shows at school, solo and ensemble, and independent piano competitions and festivals.  They have four private studio recitals throughout the year in which students are strongly encouraged to perform. The recitals take place at a local church.

Mr. Ozolins and Ms. Young base their teaching on the Russian method, which emphasizes ability to read music, repertoire variety, and the continuing progress of a student.  Mr. Ozolins and Ms. Young develop individual lesson plans for each student according to their needs, abilities, and interests based on a variety of piano methods. Students are introduced to a wide range of repertoire and are presented with options to choose the pieces they enjoy the most.  For beginning piano students, the emphasis is on learning music notation, rhythm, and hand position.  Intermediate students are encouraged to develop proper technique, understanding of musical styles, and repertoire.

Mr. Ozolins and Ms. Young strongly support performance opportunities, including studio class, talent shows at school, solo and ensemble, and independent piano competitions and festivals.  They have four private studio recitals throughout the year in which students are strongly encouraged to perform. The recitals take place at a local church.

Lesson Rates

$40/30 minute lesson,

$50/40 minute lesson,

$55/45 minute lessons,

$70/60 minute lessons,

The length of piano lessons depends on the age and the level of a student. Usually beginners start with thirty minute lessons. Forty-five minute lessons are preferred with more advanced students.

Practicing

Practicing is the most important part of taking piano lessons. Without practicing, a student does not progress.

Students should practice a total of (at least) one and a half hours a week in order to benefit from the piano lessons.

Instrument purchase

The Ozolins Piano Studio has a professionally maintained Yamaha C3 Baby grand piano. You do not need to buy an expensive piano, however an acoustic piano is definitely better than an electronic piano or keyboard. Unfortunately, electronic/ digital pianos are not sensitive enough for more advanced students. An inexpensive upright piano can be purchased for under $1000, and will last for many years. There is no need to buy a brand new piano.

We'd love to hear from you

Address

Evergreen and 13 mile Rds Southfield, MI 48076.

Email Us

rudolfozolins@gmail.com

Call Us

248-952-8428

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