Musika Music Lessons
We'll match you with the perfect teacher!

Lesson Special - Up to 20% OFF! Get Started Now with a Risk-Free Trial!

 
 

How to Get Started

Trusted as the industry leader, for over 16 years the teachers in our network have been providing piano lessons in Colorado Springs to students of all ages and abilities.
Contact Us

Tell Us Your Needs

We'll then reach out to the teachers for you.

......
Tell Us Your Needs

Get Matched

Schedule the risk-free trial lesson directly with the teacher.

......
Get Matched

Take Your Trial

Continue with that teacher or try someone else.

 

Featured Piano Teachers Near Colorado Springs , CO

Barry L

Barry L

Instruments:

I teach at two locations shown on the Google Map. One is a studio in the downtown area of Colorado Springs, CO. and the other is my home studio in Chipita Park/Cascade in the Ute Pass area along US 24. I can also service students from the Teller County/Woodland Park area farther up US 24.

Brooke M

Brooke M

Instruments:

Been teaching since 2004. Have worked with all ages in both piano and voice. I have performed all over the country. Performed in New York city and did a tour as the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella.Recently I was Mrs. Brill in Mary Poppins at the Pace center in Parker. And Grandma Georgina/Oompa loopma in Willy Wonka with Vintage Theatre. I love being able to help people acheive their goals.

Susan F

Susan F

Instruments:

I have a great breadth and depth of experience with instrumental music education. Clarinet has been my primary performance instrument, but I have found over the years that the techniques that I use to teach clarinet are easily and successfully transferable to the other instruments that I teach. Besides the clarinet, I also teach saxophone, guitar, violin and piano throughout the Colorado Springs area.  

Christina D

Christina D

Instruments:

I'm a passionate musician that absolutely loves to teach music. I began playing piano at the young age of four. I believe starting at such a young age is so important as kids are sponges! Of course, it is NEVER too late to start. :) Piano has always been my main instrument, that was until I entered the fifth grade. There I was introduced to ALL kinds of band instruments including the alto saxophone! It is one of the best instruments, in my opinion, to express the music, especially with jazz. Starting off with the piano as my first instrument, I have seen the difference it has made when it came to picking up other instruments. I was taught, "If you can play the piano, you can play ANY instrument", and boy were they right!! Being able to play the piano, I was able to easily pick up the accordian, clarinet, violin, flute, guitar, and even percussion. Though I am not proficient in these instruments (since I never practiced them), I was able to play them fairly easily thanks to the piano. Music is so important in a child's life! Not only does it keep kids focused in practicing and performing, it keeps them focused in school. Believe it or not, music truely does make you smarter!!  If you are interested in what I do and teach, just let me know! I would love to get to know you and your child!!

Kathleen S

Kathleen S

Instruments:

I have always been more interested in the teaching side of playing music rather than strictly performance. I love seeing my students develop a passion and appreciation for music. I encourage them to play musically, and I set goals for students that are realistic and attainable. I focus on the positive and encourage them to observe their own progress. By trying to find what inspires the student, I can tailor my instruction to their wants and needs. I operate under the philosophy that you can always be improving and progressing, and celebrate even the smallest improvements.

Musika Quick Stats

16 Years

Since We Started

41,456+

Happy Customers

10,769

Cities with Students

3,123

Teachers in Network

Why You Should Choose Musika

Risk-Free Trial Lesson

Once you’ve met with your teacher for your risk free trial lesson, continuing with Musika is easy! If you are satisfied with your lesson, all you have to do is register with us to continue! The trial will count as your first lesson if you continue, however, with our Great Match Guarantee™ if for any reason you decide not to continue then the trial is FREE. Go ahead give it a try, you really have nothing to lose.

Risk-Free Trial

Don't just take our word for it. We hold the highest possible A+ rating from the nations foremost online reliability source: The BBB. We are proud of this rating and value the message it carries. The BBB has affirmed Musika as a reliable, trustworthy, safe business to work with, and we have the customer feedback to support this. We are continually working to make sure that Musika is a business you can trust.

A+ Rating from BBB

Safety

Background checks available on instructors. Instructor can opt to have a background check on file. You can request to only be connected with teachers that have a check. The choice is yours.

Safe & Secure
 

More Information About Piano Lessons

 

Recent Articles from the Musika Blog

Clarinet Warm Ups: Exercises for All Levels

...or that will be good for the situation that you are warming up for: minor, diminished, augmented, etc.       As mentioned above, in addition to diatonic exercises, you can also warm up with chromatic exercises. These exercises will ensure that every note is working properly, that there are no pads sticking, etc. You should play through your entire range, up and down, and you should listen for accuracy, consistency of tone, and consistency of intonation.     You can target specific spots of the clarinet that you have some difficulty with. A lot of young and/or inexperienced students... Read More

Types of Clarinets

...in Bb, is a Bb instrument, obviously. As stated earlier, it is the most popular in the clarinet family. It’s used in all styles of music. Bass Clarinet: The bass clarinet is a Bb instrument. It’s the second most popular clarinet. It’s also used in many styles of music. A Clarinet: The A clarinet, or soprano clarinet in A, is an A transposing instrument. It’s the only common clarinet that is not in Bb or Eb. It’s slightly larger than the Bb clarinet. It’s used in certain classical music situations as an alternative to the Bb clarinet. It has a slightly different timbre. ... Read More

History of the Flute: Antiquity to the Middle Ages

...sizes in their compositions. Martin Agricola’s Musica instrumentalis deudsch is one of the earliest examples, published in 1529.   The transverse flutes made during this period are really the precursors to the modern flutes of today. The makers of these flutes slowly adapted the finger holes to be more evenly spaced, and though they did not yet have keys, Marin Marsenne drew up a sketch of what these keys might look like and explained their importance to expanding the chromatic abilities of the flute.   History of the Flute Continues Who knows what inspired the creation of the flute? Maybe someone heard ... Read More

Open-String Guitar Chords

...chords is switching from one chord to the next. Or, more specifically, maintaining a steady rhythm while switching chords. This next example offers you a chord-switching technique that will help you develop a few tricks: Switching chords without looking. Feeling your way from chord to chord. Strengthening your fingers. Developing finger independence.   The approach is called The Common-Finger Technique. In this example, notice that each chord has one thing in common: the 6th string, 3rd fret played by the 3rd finger. This finger is common to all four chords. The trick to developing this technique is to “anchor” that 3rd finger ... Read More

Suzuki Violin: A Balanced Approach to Studying the Violin

...the system was designed by Suzuki, each piece presents a new technical challenge. Maybe it’s a first experience with making “circles” in the air with the bow, and creating a smooth landing between violin string and bow during the “Allegro” tune. Perhaps it will be the use of staccato bows in the catchy piece, “Gossec Gavotte.” Whatever each new piece in the book presents, the student is gradually accumulating new techniques and skills that will help him master the repertoire in later books. Because every piece is a building block, many Suzuki teachers will encourage students to review their old ... Read More
Clarinet Warm Ups: Exercises for All Levels
Types of Clarinets
History of the Flute: Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Open-String Guitar Chords
Suzuki Violin: A Balanced Approach to Studying the Violin

Student Reviews

Students have been saying great things about the teachers across our network. Check out a few recent reviews.

You are in Good Company

Trusted since 2001 by world famous musicians & producers to teach their kids. Some clients included members of Metallica, the Fugees, Lauren Hill band, Poison, Def Jam Records, and Arista Records.

the Fugees

Ready for a Trial Lesson? Have Questions? Call 719-387-7587

Select all the days/times the student would be available to start lessons. Selecting "3pm - 7pm" means the student can start as early as 3pm or start as late as 7pm. It is important that you select as many days and the widest window of start times for each day as possible. That will help us make a match with one of our teachers.

Ok

Are you sure that's your only availability? The more availability you easier it will be to arrange a teacher for you.

Up to 20% OFF!