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Chicago: The City With Piano History

Did you know? Chicago was home to the world鈥檚 leading manufacturing company for pianos in the late 19th and early 20th Century. Not to worry if you didn鈥檛, for surprisingly, not a lot of people do.

During the Victorian & Edwardian time, Bush & Gertz made and sold over 50,000 pianos worldwide, pretty impressive considering how long ago that actually was.

Today, the Bush Center of Music, based on 100 West Chicago Avenue, is a city landmark and serves to illustrate the importance of piano manufacturing within the city, and is a showplace for some of the earliest and latest models designed and created by Bush & Gertz.

By 1910, the city was supplying just over half of the States pianos and presently, Chicago continues to be a prominent force in the market and distribution of one of the oldest and most popular instruments in history.

The Benefits of Learning the Piano

There are multiple advantages associated with learning a new instrument, and the piano is accredited for containing the most varied level of benefits.

Not alone does regular practise promote mental well being, but there can also be physical advantages for those that play on a consistent basis.

Enhances brain stimulation, thus increasing neural activity. This has a huge positive which can influence outside life. Improved neural connections can develop ones long and short-term memory, it can also enhance one鈥檚 ability to study, making it a perfect activity for a student.

It can be a BIG stress reliever. It鈥檚 true, the instrument has a beautiful, soothing sound and this is known to reduce anxiety and stress levels amongst players, even if played in short durations.

It can enhance split concentration. Bad at multitasking? Well then piano may just be the instrument for you. The ability to play separate keys simultaneously helps to develop hand-eye coordination as well as mental coordination, which can contribute toward a sharper sense of awareness.

The examples aforementioned are only a segment of recorded advantages associated with learning the piano. Others can include: the improvement of language & vocabulary skills, improved counting and mathematical skills, improves reading comprehension as well as inspiring creativity.

So, what are you waiting for?

Piano Grades Explained

Typically, most European countries will have a particular grading system, yet this isn鈥檛 the case in the United States.

There are several organizations across the country, from the MTNA (Music Teachers National Association), The Piano Guild, the ABRSM (The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music), and the MTAC (Music Teachers鈥 Association of California).

The ABRSM, an organization originally stemming from London, England, compose their grading system in eight separate categories (1-8).

A music student will have an examination at the end of each stage and they will be graded out of 100, 66 being a pass mark, 90 being a merit whilst 90 will reward a distinction.

Each of the examinations requires the student to play a piece of music as well as answer several questions. The exams get progressively harder with the student having to play complex pieces of music upon request with minimal errors to achieve the best possible grade.

There does however tend to be a broad agreement across the States that players are categorized into: elementary, intermediate, and advanced.

Taking Piano Lessons with a Private Tutor in Chicago

There are a wealth of opportunities for those looking into hiring a personal piano tutor. Regardless of situation or experience level, hundreds of qualified and experienced musicians offer their services to newcomers and to those looking to reach the next level (intermediary/advanced).

Firstly, why should students opt for private tuition?

There are a range of benefits associated with hiring a private tutor, these can include: regularity and personable bonds grown between tutor and student, consistency of practice, the opportunity to gain insight from a qualified and experienced pianist as well as the fact that your tutor can assess and prepare you for future grade-based examinations.

An individualized approach ensures that the focus of the tutor is directly to the student. Regular assessment and the setting of additional work will ensure that the student is working on particular areas that require development.

Struggling to understand a particular scale? A private tutor will be there at your beck and call to ensure all pressing questions will be answered and acted upon.

An experienced eye watching over you also prevents the harboring of bad habits, and identifying and ironing these out right away prevents such habits to manifest and prevent a healthy level of future progression.

Hiring a piano tutor will not only allow you to track developments, work on weaknesses, and prepare you for examinations, but it can open you into the world of the pianist; the more people you meet, the more suggestions of concerts, performances, musical opportunities and much more.

If you are looking to absorb yourself into the world of jazz or classical piano, it is best to interact and liaise with as many people who are as interested in that field as yourself.


馃挵What is the average price of Piano lessons in Chicago?

The average price of Piano lessons in Chicago is $39.

The price of your lessons depends on a number of factors

  • The experience of your teacher
  • The location of your lessons (at home, online, or an outside location)
  • the duration and frequency of your lessons

97% of teachers offer their first lesson for free.

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馃挕 Why take Piano lessons in Chicago?

With the help of a Piano tutor in Chicago, you can master Piano in more efficiently and reach your learning goals.

Our private tutors share their expert knowledge to help you to master any subject. 

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馃捇 Can you learn Piano in Chicago online?

On Superprof, many of our Piano tutors offer online tuition in Chicago.

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馃帗How many tutors are available to give Piano lessons in Chicago?

20 tutors are currently available to give Piano lessons in Chicago and around this area. 

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