By Meaghan Williams
The Irvine Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Dancing Keys Music Studio. This studio uses an innovative technique to teach students to play piano with the Simply Music method. This method teaches students to start playing fun and contemporary music from the first lesson.
With plenty of options to choose from, Dancing Keys Music Studio boasts that their “play-based” and group-oriented lessons help students learn to play the piano quickly as an alternative to traditional piano lessons. A nine-year-old student performed Piano Man by Billy Joel, showing off not only her love of music but also the effectiveness of Dancing Key’s lessons.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was hosted by Irvine Chamber of Commerce and attended by Irvine Mayor Steven Choi and representatives from Congresswomen Mimi Walters, BOE Vice Chair Diane Harkey, Assembly Members Donald Wagner and Matt Harper, and the Irvine Company.
If you are looking for a new hobby or always wanted to learn to play piano but thought it was too late, you should contact Dancing Key Music Studio for a free introductory lesson via phone 949.734.DKMS (3567) or their website here.