I started to play piano seriously at the age of 14. It was late and it was rough. However, I think that our disadvantages have a tendency to turn into the advantages if we wait long enough. 

If there is one thing that I learned about playing the instrument over those years, it is this - there is nothing more inappropriate for the arts than dogma. I don't want to say that there is no knowledge that is useful and valuable, there absolutely is. However, I don't think there is a methodology that would work for everybody or almost everybody.

Some people are extraverts some are introverts. Some are more testosterone-driven and some are analytically minded. Some like order and some like to search.

I'm not going to tell you what to do, but I am going to make you question what you think you like. And then we will come up with the plan how to get there.

If you want to see more information on me as a teacher, please refer to my thumbtack page below:

Piano Lessons with an Award-Winning Pianist (thumbtack.com)