Innovative Music Tuition for the Eastern Suburbs
Leading the way in innovative learning, Vaucluse Piano School offers pioneering piano lessons to Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. Founded by internationally acclaimed concert pianist Jenifer Kim, Vaucluse Piano School is committed to sharing a deep passion for music and love for learning. Offering a variety of piano lessons for kids, adults and seniors, our interactive music classes are tailored to each pupil to pinpoint cognitive strengths and weaknesses.
Kids Piano Lessons
Learning music is much more than simply being taught to play a tune. The process of learning music creates complex, far reaching changes in the brain with lasting effects on memory, coordination, auditory and visual processing, decision and reaction speed and much more. Our kids piano lessons provide the opportunity for your child to learn in an interactive, cognitive method that addresses much more than their ability to play music.
Mind and Body Wellness Classes
Creating a calm, focussed state of mind is imperative when playing music, and at Vaucluse Piano School we believe in taking a holistic mind and body approach to learning. By combining exercise and mindfulness we encourage the ability to soothe the mind to create focus, clarity and boost brain activity. Our kids yoga classes are unlike any other in Sydney, targeting the cognitive aspects of yoga to engage kids in ‘brain fitness’ activities in a fun, supportive environment. Read more about our Eastern Suburbs kids yoga classes.
Music Lessons for Coogee and Bondi
Vaucluse Piano School has become synonymous with excellence in learning and offers music tuition to the Eastern Suburbs including Bondi, Coogee, Vaucluse, Clovelly, Tamarama and further afield.
Neuroscientists have made enormous breakthroughs in understanding how our brains work by monitoring them in real time with instruments like fMRI and PET scanners. Click, for our program outline.
“I would teach children music, physics and philosophy; but more importantly music; for in the patterns of music and all the arts, are the keys to learning.” – Plato
It is crucial to have the correct guidance at the start. A fun and positive introduction determines the longevity and future outcome of your child’s musical education.
Eli Alfassi (age 11) wins scholarship worth $204k “…had never played a note on the instrument when she joined the “fast-track” program at Vaucluse Piano School aged nine.”