Piano Lessons or Keyboard Lessons

How many times have you been inspired to learn how to play piano or keyboard, and started playing Chopsticks? Now, imagine being able to play Chopin’s Nocturne op.9 No.2, Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, your favorite song from the radio, or even “My Shot” from the musical Hamilton.

I have been playing the piano for 28 years and and have taught students how to play the piano, techniques, and musical theories.  While I can play music by ear, I will teach you how to read sheet music, play chords, popular piano pieces, and improvise

I have developed a step-by-step approach to ensure that all students receive the proper training they deserve.  Students during their music education will learn theory, technique, and of how course, how to play.  Learning music involves proper hand position and how to read music.  

I enjoy teaching students of all ages and skill levels. I especially enjoy teaching piano/digital piano classes for beginners 

As a piano teacher, there aren’t many genres of music I haven’t played, but in your piano classes, I focus on the type of music my  piano students like:  pop, rock, jazz, classical music, blues — you’ll learn whatever inspires you to practice and grow as a musician. 

I look forward to watching you learn to play my favorite musical instrument.  

Welcome again to the Louise Catherine Music Studio.

Lessons are private piano lessons or private keyboard lessons.  You will find the costs for piano lessons in all cities I serve (Smyrna, Dallas, Marietta, Roswell, Kennesaw, and online) are competitive and affordable.  

  • In-home (In your home)
  • Online (Check out the online lessons page for more information) 
Piano lessons


I am fully vaccinated.  If you prefer I wear a mask during lessons, I would be happy to wear a mask.  If you or your child tests positive for COVID, I ask that you either postpone lessons (your purchase is good for one year after purchase), or switch to online lessons.  Any lessons conducted online will receive a reimbursement for differences in costs. 

In-home (student’s home) rates 

I provide in-home private classes in Smyrna, Dallas, Marietta, Kennesaw, Roswell, and metro Atlanta, Georgia.  While I will try my best to fit every student who is interested in taking lessons, as the solo music teacher for the studio, my availability may be limited in your area.  My prime area of teaching is Smyrna, GA.  

Travel fee

In-home (student’s home) travel is included for the first 10 miles (round-trip).  I charge $0.5 per mileage (round-trip).  The zip code I travel from is Smyrna GA 30080. 

All lessons include:

  • Easy online schedule, including options to reschedule at a time that is convenient for you
  • Flexible schedules, 7 days a week, morning, afternoon, and evening options
  • Online payments
  • Affordable, competitive prices
  • No registration fee
  • Free resources: Articles, blogs, and newsletters  

voice & song writing lessons​

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Lessons are 45 minutes

Purchase more for a discount. 

1 lesson

$ 60
  • Good for 1 year after purchase

5 Lessons

$ 200
  • Good for 1 year after purchase

10 Lessons

$ 360
  • Good for 1 year after purchase

What can you expect during the lessons?  

I develop an individualized plan to meet the goals of each student.  Lessons are designed so that students are provided

  • Music Theory. All students need to know music theory.  You will learn basic music theory and/or add onto your existing music theory. 
  • Breathing exercises. Singing requires vocalist to breath in a manner that helps to improve projection, tone, and the length of singing.  
  • Warm-up exercise.  Humming, lip trills, and vowel singing are a sample of warm-up exercises we will use to make sure your vocal cords stay protected and you are ready to begin work. 
  • Range exercises.  Great singers, as you will become, work on extending their range.  Whether you are a soprano or a tenor, we will work on getting you to sing all the notes in your range – and then some. 
  • Technique exercises.  The voice is a delete instrument that needs specific techniques.  We will work on items such as posture, rounding the mouth, and focused tone. 
  • Vocal-training specific information.  Every student should know details about their instrument.  Vocals are an instrument.  I make sure we discuss items such as voicing, vibrato, falsetto, and runs. 
  • Student specific goals.  Prior to our first lesson, I will request specific information about your goals in vocal training.  This will then be used to develop student-specific goals so I can tailor our time together to meet your needs. 
  • Opportunity to SING Vocal students need to sing and we will spend the majority of our time singing. 
  • Homework.  Students need details to know what to practice when they are not with me. 

All students will receive an electronic folder (Google drive) that includes the above information.  I will also include hyperlinks to documents, websites, videos, and other material I feel can enhance the students’ singing.  As needed, I will create specific audio for students to learn better techniques. 

There are many benefits to taking singing lessons.  For adults and children, it can ease stress and provide a positive creative outlet.