In 1990, when I began teaching, I founded the Cape Ann Piano Studio. Since then I have been dedicated to teaching children and adults how to play the piano. I try to instill in my students a lifelong love of music; I want them to enjoy the gift of being able to play music their entire lives. Learning to play the piano—like any musical instrument—is a challenging and rewarding life experience. In every lesson my goal as teacher is to nurture the growth and development of each student’s individual creativity and discoveries at the piano.
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- patience and encouragement
- keen knowledge of repertoire, including classical, jazz, and popular styles
- enthusiasm and a sense of humor
- a lifelong passion and devotion to my profession as a teacher, mentor, coach for all my students, young, and the young at heart.
My goal as your child’s piano teacher is a rewarding and enjoyable experience learning to play the piano!
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About Julie Cleveland
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Piano Lesson FAQ
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The Cape Ann Piano Studio is conveniently located in downtown Gloucester, MA, just off Grant Circle, and is only 10 minutes from downtown Manchester, Essex, and Rockport.
Learning to play the piano—any musical instrument—is both challenging, and rewarding. Believe me, I know what it’s like to learn how to play the piano. How to make it “fun”? Practice. Consistent practice leads to success, and one small success leads to another. There’s such a wonderful feeling of accomplishment, and pride of achievement when a student has learned a piece of music, be it Old MacDonald or a classical piece, like Beethoven’s Für Elise. And it doesn’t have to be “perfect.” For all learning to play, ultimately, joy from expressing oneself through music, well, that’s where the fun comes in.