Diane Correia - Music Lessons - Roseville, CA

Diane Correia

Roseville, CA 95661
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Lesson Types Piano

Styles / Genres Classical, Blues, Folk/Traditional, Jazz, Other, Rock/Pop

Instruction Levels Beginner, Intermediate

Ages Taught Ages 5-105
Special Rate Info We offer shared and private lessons

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"At 83 years of age, this wonderful programme has given my life a dimension that has brought me much joy and satisfaction. The experience of Simply Music has helped me to cope with stress, and even sadness. I have been most fortunate and blessed to have had the experience of Simply Music" - Sara Larmer Meuse

"Our experience has absolutely surpassed our expectations. My daughter is only 7 years old. Recently she played a well-known song in front of 100 people and she brought the house down." - Marie Goodstein

My boys are 8 and 10. They've had just 12 lessons with Simply Music and already they know 12 songs. Not just "Twinkle, twinkle little star" and "Mary had a little lamb", but real music. The boys are already playing the blues. They think they are hot stuff". - Rebecca Neis

"I am 56 years old and have always wanted to play the piano. In one month with Simply Music I am able to play four songs. I wake up each morning and play." -David Rich
My name is Diane Correia; I am the studio owner and an Accredited Simply Music© Teacher. At the Piano for All Studio in Roseville, CA we provide piano instruction using the phenomenal Simply Music© method!
The Simply Music method is a ‘playing-based’ program, and begins by translating pieces of music into a unique series of simple concepts that unfold directly onto the keyboard. Beginning students, with no attention on having to read music, are free to relate directly to the piano. Within months, they easily and naturally establish a ‘hands-on’ and personal feeling’ for the instrument and build a Playlist that includes contemporary, classical, blues and jazz styles.

The bottom line is that students get to experience the absolute joy that comes from being able to immediately play a broad repertoire of great-sounding music.

After about 12 months of lessons, and with a repertoire of 35 to 50 pieces covering a broad range of musical styles, students go on to learn how to read music and understand more theory. Their ability to play piano so well provides a natural and ideal foundation.