Piano Lessons at Jacobs Music
Our staff of qualified instructors enjoys nourishing the love of music in all of our students. Whether you have purchased an instrument from Jacobs Music or just love to play the piano, our instructors can help you progress, whatever your skill level.
Our instructors meet stringent selection criteria and teach students of all ages and abilities on traditional acoustic or high-tech digital pianos in either a group or individual setting. Lessons are available Monday through Saturday, day or evening, in 30, 45, or 60 minute sessions.
Whether you are an accomplished player or have never touched a keyboard, our instructors can help you achieve your musical goals. Call the Jacobs location most convenient to you and schedule your lessons today!
Did you know that music makes you smarter?
Young children with developed rhythm skills perform better academically in early school years.
Piano students are better equipped to comprehend mathematical and scientific concepts.
Music training helps underachievers.
A ten-year study tracking more than 25,000 students shows that music-making improves test scores. Regardless of socioeconomic background, music-making students got higher marks in standardized tests than those who had no music involvement.
Middle school and high school students who participated in instrumental music scored higher than those who did not in standardized tests.
High school music students score higher on SATs in both verbal and math than their peers.
Music participants receive more academic honors and awards than non-music students and the percentage of music participants receiving As and Bs is higher than the percentage of non-participants receiving those grades.
College-age musicians are emotionally healthier than their non-musician counterparts.
Music majors are the most likely group of college grads to be admitted to medical school. Also, a study of 7,500 university students revealed that music majors scored the highest reading scores among all majors including English, biology, chemistry and math.
In study after study, scientists are finding correlations between music-making and some of the deepest workings of the human brain. Research has linked active music-making with better language and math ability, improved school grades, better adjusted social behavior and improvements in spatial-temporal reasoning, which is the foundation of engineering and science.