Since the number of new cases of infection has been decreasing, face-to-face lesson has begun since Oct. 23. Online lesson still continues, so if you would like to take piano lessons, you can take either face-to-face or online lesson.
Due to the spread of corona virus infection, online piano lesson is now available for all students.
If you have a computer, a smart phone, or a tablet, you can do online lesson with me. It is easy to set it up, and does not cost any money except for lesson fees.
If you would like to know the detail about the onlie piano lesson, please go to the Online Piano Lessonspage. Online trial lesson is also available, too, so if you are considerting taking a piano lesson, please feel free to contact me.
The school will be closed from Saturday afternoon on December 28, 2019 to January 3, 2020. Please contact me by December 26, 2019 or after January 4, 2020 regarding any inquries about the school and lessons.
My students will perform piano for the concert on Dec. 21 in Yokohama. We will have a Christmas party and a lot of fun time together! For those who are interested in watching the conert, please contact me.
Vine International Piano School has been selected as one of the recommended English piano schoold in the Tokyo ara by piano teacher searching site.
If you would like to refer this school to your friends or others, please also let them know this page. If the students in this school refer this school to other people and they enroll, both current and new students will receive discount of the first month lesson fees!
This was the first time my school held a concert exclusively for adult students . We enjoyed dinner together at the traditional Japanese restaurant after the concert. The details of this event will be coming up in the blog soon!
Vine International Piano School is proud to present its new refreshed website. I hope this homepage will continue to serve my students and customers by providing useful information about this school and its services.
Students participated in PTNA (Piano Teachers' National Association) Piano Step concert in Yokohama last Sunday. This concert is a special recital where students play the piano for an audience and can also receive evaluation reports of their performance by piano music professionals.