Julie Cleveland offers a whole-music education including piano instruction, lessons in composition, improvisation, ear training, for both children and adult learners of all ages.
Learning to play the piano, for both young and old, is a challenging yet greatly rewarding life experience. In every lesson my goal as teacher and mentor is to fully support each student’s individual creativity, personal discoveries, and real joy at the piano.
Julie Cleveland has been teaching piano and music education privately since 1988. With 26 years of teaching experience under her belt, she brings to every lesson encouragement, enthusiasm, and patience. Her style is nurturing and goal-oriented, she is an expert at guiding each individual student’s progress geared to that student. She teaches with passion and a sense of humor both; she is a passionate musician and teacher of piano, and music.
The Cape Ann Piano Studio is conveniently located in downtown Gloucester, MA, just off Grant Circle (first rotary entering Gloucester on 128N), and only 10 minutes from downtown Manchester, Essex, and Rockport.
Adults: Learning to play piano on your bucket list? See below under Adult Students.
Parents: Considering lessons for your child?
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Feel free to read below and also visit the area of my website geared more specifically for adult learners (all levels!) at Piano Lessons – Adults.
Parents of Young Students
Check out the info below, and visit Piano Lessons – Kids for more about lessons in my studio.
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Who can learn to play the piano? Anyone.
Learning to play the piano is both fun and hard.Learning to play the piano is hard and fun. And there’s nothing wrong with combining these two things!If you’re a parent, you want a piano teacher for your child who both understands how hard it is to learn to play a musical instrument and is capable of making that happen while keeping it “fun.” How do I make it “fun”? A passion for music, and for teaching it, a great sense of humor, a nurturing style, and an honest connection with all of my students. I make kids work—so that they can have “fun” at the piano.Some adult students enjoy playing at piano soirée evenings (which I offer); others just want to be able to play the piano for themselves or family members at home. It’s all good. :)