Piano Lessons and Music Technology
• Traditional lessons with a variety of styles - classical, jazz, blues, popular, seasonal, new age, etc.
• Music Technology - MIDI, computers, baby grand piano & digital keyboards integrated with lessons
• Piano parties and recitals - 4 performance opportunities throughout the year
• The Soundboard - the bi-monthly newsletter with articles for parents and students
• CDs, Cassette Tapes, MIDI Disks, and Online Recordings - students record their own pieces in many formats with high quality digital recording
• www.NazzaroMusic.com - an excellent music resource and way to keep in touch 24 hours a day
The studio provides traditional lessons with a variety of styles - classical, jazz, blues, popular, broadway, new age, seasonal, etc. Classical music and music theory are a part of every lesson, but all other styles are important as well.
The studio uses electronic keyboards, computers, and MIDI to enhance each student's understanding, creativity, and skills. The technology is used to supplement, not replace, piano lessons. Students have the opportunity to swing one moment from a baby grand piano to a digital keyboard with studio quality sounds and digital effects the next. We encourage you to visit the this advanced musical setup.
The Uses of Music Technology
• Digital Recordings on CDs, Tapes, MIDI Disks, and the Internet
• Professional Score Printouts
• Students compose music on computers
• Use of baby grand piano and digital keyboards
Paul Nazzaro has been teaching private and group piano classes in Westfield since 1985, and has been on the staff of the Springfield and Milltown school systems. Mr. Nazzaro graduated with a degree in piano from The Catholic University Of America in Washington, DC. He is a state certified music teacher, a member of the National Music Teachers Association, a certified Kindermusik Teacher, and a member of the Westfield Chamber Of Commerce. He has taught at the Carolyn Klinger-Kueter Piano Studio in Westfield for over 10 years, and taught electronic keyboards at the Westfield Summer Workshop for the Arts for 14 years.
Mr. Nazzaro continues to expand his own musical development by writing and arranging music on computers, performing locally, enrolling in further musical studies at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, and being an active member of the St. Helen's Catholic Community Music Ministry in Westfield. Mr. Nazzaro is also currently furthering his piano studies with Dr. Paul Hoffman, a piano professor at Rutgers University Mason Gross School for the Arts.
For more information, a free brochure, or to set up an appointment to visit the studio feel free to call or email.