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Group Piano Classes - June




4 Weeks

About the Course

AGES 7-12

START DATE: 2.06.2022
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Learn how to Play the piano!

In this fun piano course, the students will learn about fundamentals of piano playing while having fun! We will practice many different songs students recognize, so that they can put the skills they earn on our course into practice. By the end of this 8-week course, the students will have learned four new songs, will be able to identify different chords and notes to play different songs, and gain confidence in their musicianship skills. Of course, we expect students to practice after the next class to see a real progress!

INSTRUMENT REQUIREMENTS: Family pianos, electric keyboards, and toy pianos are all welcome!


- Students will be provided with a personal Google Drive link and have access to the documents used in the lesson and watch the recordings of the class to practice.

- We use Skype for our lessons.

- Students will have 1 lesson per week and will have a final performance in the final class to showcase all the things they will have learned.

- All the materials will be provided to you, you don’t need to buy any books for this course!

Important: This course is in 2 segments. You can choose to attend the whole 8 weeks of the course, or join the course along the way. You can choose if you want morning or afternoon classes at the checkout depending on the availability. The payments are taken for first four lessons, and will be renewed if you wish to continue.

You can see our course content below:

Week 1

06.02.2022 at 4p.m PST or 06.07.2022 at 8a.m PST

- Introduction to the Piano/Keyboard

-History of Piano Music / Listening to pianists from different genres such as Chopin/Herbie Hancock/Norah Jones

- Black and White key groups. How to read and find middle Cs

-Right and Left-Hand Finger Numbers

-Quarter Note

-Playing your first song on Piano!

Week 2

06.09.2022 at 4p.m PST or 06.14.2022 at 8a.m PST

-Finding White Keys on the Keyboard

-Introduction to Music Theory

-Right Hand Warmup

-Treble Clef

-Quarter Rest

-Surprise Song! Let It Be-Beatles

Week 3

06.16.2022 at 4p.m PST or 06.21.2022 at 8a.m PST

- Half Note

-Whole Note

-4/4 Time Signature

-Left Hand C Position

-Discussing how we can practice more productive and make it as fun as possible!

-Assigning each student, a song of their level

Week 4

06.23.2022 at 4p.m PST or 06.28.2022 at 8a.m PST

- Whole Rest

-Introduction to Bass Clef

-The Grand Staff

-Harmonic Intervals 2nds, 3rds.

-Introductions to chords!

-Talking about how playing chords can free us.

-Listening to some popular music and the application of chords.

Your Instructor

Oskar Rittenburg

Oskar Rittenburg

Oskar Rittenburg is a pianist, producer, arranger and songwriter from Boston, MA. In addition to teaching, she is an artist extremely dedicated to creating and performing music, and has opened for acts such as Carole’s daughter and Yoandri. She loves collaboration, which is something she does frequently in both her artistic and teaching endeavors.

Oskar is an energetic and eclectic instructor with seven years of teaching experience. She is inspired by students at every level and prioritizes the interests of her pupils when preparing lesson materials. She enjoys encouraging creativity as well as the development of traditional technique. She has worked with a wide variety of students with different interest levels and learning needs, and will always find one way or another to make practicing fun.

Oskar is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, where she got her Bachelor’s in Contemporary Writing and Production with a piano principle. She also obtained a minor in Music Production at Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain.

Oskar grew up a self taught pianist and began classical training as a teenager. She found a passion for teaching after being hired to tutor local children, and went on to gain experience in private teaching, musical direction, and group classes. She took a leave from college to live in Los Angeles briefly and create her record “1v1.” She was brought back to the East Coast by the pandemic, where she reignited her passion for teaching through the remote model and finished her bachelor’s degree.

She often uses her arranging skills to make tailored adaptations for students featuring their favorite songs

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