We’re a collaborative community of music students, parents, and teachers. Our home base is the northside of Chicagoland, but our virtual lessons are offered to students anywhere in the country.
Our goal: to foster a lifelong love of music in our students, and to make lessons convenient and stress-free for our families and teachers.
During the COVID-19 quarantine, our lessons are 100% online. If you’d like to transition to in-person lessons once the quarantine ends, we will do our best to honor your request.
What happens when you schedule a call with Piano Power?
1. We ask questions about your student.
What’s your student’s learning style? Favorite music? Qualities they respond to in a teacher? We want to know! This info is crucial for step two.
2. We find the perfect teacher match.
Did we mention we love our teachers? We do! They’re spectacular, and we’re certain one of them will be a perfect match for your unique student.
3. After the first lesson, we check in.
How’d the lesson go? Are there questions or concerns? We’ll do everything we can to make sure you and your student are thrilled moving forward.
4. The music plays!
We believe that when teacher and student are in-sync, magical things happen. Sit back and enjoy as your student develops a lifelong love of music.
5. We stay connected!
Throughout the duration of your lessons, our director Abraham is always just a call or email away. Plus our ace admin team is accessible and efficient, making scheduling changes quick and easy.
What makes Piano Power stand out?
1. First and foremost, we value our teachers.
We are not a teacher farm! We’re very selective about who teaches for us, and we believe that happy teachers make happy students. That’s why we do our best to create a positive, rewarding work environment for our teachers.
We’ve been around since 2007, which means we’ve had more than ten years experience meeting and talking with potential music teachers. We’ve learned which qualities make a music teacher great, and we’re proud of each and every one we’ve chosen.
Read about how a a teacher-focused company like ours is ultimately better for you, the client.
2. We come to you.
Typically our lessons are in-person, in the comfort of home. Which means no extra driving time, no bored siblings, no stress.
If you sign up for online lessons but plan to eventually move to in-person, we’ll accommodate you. We harmonize with your life!
3. We understand your student.
Our founder and director Abraham talks in-depth with every single student or parent about likes and dislikes, goals, learning styles, and more. We want to understand our students so that, at every lesson, they know their teacher “gets” them.
4. We have awesome recitals!
5. We have the best admin team in town.
Need to change your schedule or cancel a lesson? We pride ourselves on being accessible to our clients with fast response times.
Whom and Where We Serve
We work with students of all ages, including teenagers and adults. For young children, we recommend they be at least five years old before starting private lessons.
Our piano, guitar, drum, and voice lessons are offered in the following North Shore suburbs: Deerfield, Evanston, Glencoe, Glenview, Golf, Highland Park, Highwood, Kenilworth, Lake Bluff, Lake Forest, Lincolnshire, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Northbrook, Northfield, Riverwoods, Skokie, Wilmette, and Winnetka; and in the following Chicago neighborhoods: Albany Park, Andersonville, Avondale, Bucktown, Edgebrook, Edgewater, Gold Coast, Humboldt Park, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Square, Logan Square, Near North, North Center, Ravenswood, River North, Rogers Park, Roscoe Village, Uptown, West Rogers Park, West Town, and Wicker Park.
If you don’t see your neighborhood or suburb listed here we may still be able to serve you. Please contact us.