Why Pineapple?

Pineapple Music specializes in tailoring each lesson to fit the student’s learning style and playing preferences. Each lesson includes going over assigned pieces, learning scales, theory and technique, but it is done in a creative and hands on way.

Students will learn aural skills by playing “Parrot” or learn musical symbols by playing musical “I Spy” or “Memory”. You might even find us outside on a warm, sunny day using sidewalk chalk to create a giant musical staff to learn on!

For older students even scales and theory can be taught in a creative fashion with letter tiles that help the student visualize each scale and chord or arranging a favorite piece. Whether you or your student want to learn pop music or be a classical pianist, we have the right teacher for you, to take you where you want to go.

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Pineapple Music specializes in tailoring each lesson to fit the student’s learning style and playing preferences. Each lesson includes going over assigned pieces, learning scales, theory and technique, but it is done in a creative and hands on way.

Students will learn aural skills by playing “Parrot” or learn musical symbols by playing musical “I Spy” or “Memory”. You might even find us outside on a warm, sunny day using sidewalk chalk to create a giant musical staff to learn on!

For older students even scales and theory can be taught in a creative fashion with letter tiles that help the student visualize each scale and chord or arranging a favorite piece. Whether you or your student want to learn pop music or be a classical pianist, we have the right teacher for you, to take you where you want to go.

What makes our studio unique?

Our curriculum is flexible but carefully managed to include learning music fundamentals, composing, arranging, performing and playing a variety of styles of music to create a well-rounded musician. Also included in the tuition are group lessons throughout the year to help enhance our student’s learning experience and broaden their musical horizons.

We believe that performing and sharing music is a part of learning to play an instrument. We host two large recitals (each with several sections), a year that all our students are welcome to perform in. The recital days are split into several sections, and each student may choose one section to perform at. Each recital is at a special venue, has a theme, activities, prizes, a reception afterwards and a student take-home gift. These are special events that our students look forward to with great anticipation! We also participate in several community performance events and area festivals throughout the year.

Our curriculum is flexible but carefully managed to include learning music fundamentals, composing, arranging, performing and playing a variety of styles of music to create a well-rounded musician. Also included in the tuition are group lessons throughout the year to help enhance our student’s learning experience and broaden their musical horizons.

We believe that performing and sharing music is a part of learning to play an instrument. We host two large recitals (each with several sections), a year that all our students are welcome to perform in. The recital days are split into several sections, and each student may choose one section to perform at. Each recital is at a special venue, has a theme, activities, prizes, a reception afterwards and a student take-home gift. These are special events that our students look forward to with great anticipation! We also participate in several community performance events and area festivals throughout the year.

Why the name?

What do pineapples have to do with music? Nothing actually, but it represents our vision to think outside the box with music lessons. We believe that learning music should be fun and are committed to helping each student enjoy their lessons whether they are five years old or fifty!

What do pineapples have to do with music? Nothing actually, but it represents our vision to think outside the box with music lessons. We believe that learning music should be fun and are committed to helping each student enjoy their lessons whether they are five years old or fifty!