Piano Lessons

Brooklyn Piano Teacher Louis Yungling Whether you are a beginner or a parent looking for piano lessons for your child, learning to play the piano is an activity that anyone of any age can enjoy.

Practicing a musical instrument helps us become more familiar with our mind and body, and helps us develop new mental, physical and emotional coordination. Ultimately, to practice the piano is to practice compassion, awareness, courage, kindness and generosity. And it can be remarkably fun and satisfying, too.

For more than 12 years I have been helping people of all ages develop their unique ability to play piano and perform with ease, confidence, and joy.

I invite you to my Brooklyn studio for a free consultation so you can learn more about how I teach and how I might be able to help you achieve your goals. And for more information about the type of lessons you're interested in, please follow the links below.

If you are an advanced player, professional, or pianist who struggles with pain, discomfort or stage fright, please follow the links below to learn more about how I might be able to help you.

To schedule a free consultation, or to ask any questions you might have, you may contact me using my contact form or call me at 917.595.7137.

May all of your efforts be filled with joy.

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Louis Yungling

My Brooklyn piano studio is located in Brooklyn Heights and is within walking distance, or easily accessible by subway, to residents of Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, DUMBO, Downtown Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, Fort Greene, Park Slope and Lower Manhattan. View map.

I teach in my Brooklyn Heights studio where, through an integration of traditional piano lessons and mindfulness awareness techniques, together we discover and develop your natural musical self. I also teach via FaceTime and Skype.

Have a question?
Send me an e-mail or call me at the studio 917.595.7137 and I will be happy to answer your questions.

Community Composition
On September 18, 2016 I launched a community music project in which 64 Brooklynites rolled dice to add notes to a composition. The winning title is: Bits Of Brooklyn.

Click the title to view or download the original notes, two arrangements and a recording.