Admit it: You’re a sucker for shows like Glee.
You love a good musical extravaganza. On the other hand, you also love to sing in the shower, indulge in a bit of a heavy metal and rap now and again, and blast some Top 40 radio in the car when no one is watching. You might also appreciate a more cultured aesthetic – you like artful jazz and classical music concertos, sonatas, symphonies, and rhapsodies from the great composers. You enjoy alternative rock, humming, whistling, country, and basically every other music in the musical rainbow (including, sometimes, blessed silence!).
But you have yet to join in on all the fun. It’s time to change all that.
It’s time to make 2012 the year that you finally learn how to play an instrument and/or sing. To find your musical inner voice and begin to express the lyricism you know is deep inside you.
Learning to sing or play an instrument is an exciting, long-term undertaking. The right tools go a long way to making your journey pleasurable and fulfilling. Just like you need good coaching to master the musical arts, you can also benefit profoundly from the right instruments for your level, needs, and space. Learning to sing or play an instrument is an exciting, long-term undertaking. The right tools go a long way to making your journey pleasurable an
The team here at Pianos Plus will help you find the affordable tools for learning music. For 40 years, we’ve served the SF Bay Area’s piano needs. Our teachers are extremely experienced and knowledgeable. We can help with piano, vocal, guitar, harmonica, and bass lessons, rentals, new & used pianos and more.
Meet the music teachers.
Learn more about our services and what sets us apart at www.pianosplus.com, or call us for help now at 510-581-1660.