A pop piano music lesson is designed to teach students the skills and techniques necessary to play popular music on the piano. Unlike classical piano lessons, which often focus on complex compositions and rigorous technical exercises, pop piano lessons prioritize learning songs that are familiar and enjoyable to the student, making the learning process engaging and fun.

A significant portion of the lesson is dedicated to learning chords and chord progressions. Pop music heavily relies on a few basic chord progressions, which is used in countless hit songs. Students practice playing these chords in various keys and learn to transition smoothly between them. This not only helps in playing songs but also in understanding the harmonic foundation of pop music.

Another key aspect of pop piano lessons is learning to play by ear. This involves listening to a song and figuring out the melody and chords without relying solely on sheet music. This skill is particularly useful in pop music, where many songs are played in informal settings, such as at parties or gatherings, where sheet music might not be available.

Improvisation and accompaniment are also integral to pop piano. Students learn to embellish melodies and create their own arrangements of songs. This might include adding fills, playing different inversions of chords, or experimenting with different rhythmic patterns.


  • One-to-one guidance
  • At least 7 years old
  • 30 minutes per lesson


  • Tuesday
    • From 3pm