About the Studio
Piano Pathways, LLC is a professional, yet comfortable, studio that offers exceptional piano education for all ages, ability levels, and student goals. Pre-college age students are encouraged to participate in local festivals, adjudications, studio classes, and recitals throughout the year to showcase their current work in lessons. Students have participated in and placed in the LSU Sonatina and Bach Festival, the BRMTA Tournament, Baton Rouge District Rally, and the Torgrimson/Swanzey State Competition. Students also participate in an end-of-the semester formal recital, preparing an exceptional work by memory to perform for an audience. Adult students can enjoy end-of-semester jam sessions, parties, and studio potluck gatherings.
- The studio is located at 9270 Siegen Lane #304, Baton Rouge, LA 70810, easily accessible from I-10, Siegen Lane, Perkins Road, Highland Road, or Burbank Drive.
- The studio is ADA compliant. A reception area is available and equipped with a Yamaha digital keyboard for students to warm-up and practice.
- In private offices, students study on Yamaha acoustic and digital pianos.
- Group classes meet in the Yamaha Clavinova Lab, with 6 student keyboard stations connected with the LC3+ conferencing system. A Yamaha Disklavier can also be utilized for recording and long-distance connection to other Disklaviers.
- Ample parking is available in the office park.
Why Choose Us
Piano Pathways is a professional music center that offers exceptional piano education for all ages and ability levels. Our goal is to give every student personalized piano instruction, with teaching approaches that make learning accessible. Our student-centered approach blends solid fundamental studies with exciting music that is individualized for each student’s curriculum. The studio is driven by the belief that every person is musical, and formal music study should be a life-enriching experience. We know that the key to student learning is through an effective teacher. Our top priority is student success, and we get results by effective teaching methods, holding students to high expectations, structured & organized lessons, long- & short-term goals, formal & informal assessments, and consistent teaching approaches.
Rebecca is a wonderful and supportive teacher who knows a lot about music. She also knows the struggles one goes through in learning a musical instrument, especially as a (senior) adult learner, and is able to offer encouragement and guidance.
~Marvin, adult student