Welcome to Anahid Syourapian Piano Studio

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Meet our faculty

    Ms. Anahid                Ms. Tamara                Mr. Jefrey                  Ms. Mariam

      Mr. Brian               Mr. Domantas              Mr. Matt                 Ms. Yoonah

 

        Mr. John                 Ms. Eunha                Ms. Jemina               Ms. Tatyana

      Ms. Karen                 Mr. Georgi                  Ms. Shana                   Ms. Angelita

We are a team of teachers led by Ms. Anahid Syourapian based in NYC, NJ & FL.

For over 18 years our piano teachers have been passing on their love for music and teaching piano lessons to students of all ages in NYC, New Jersey, California, Connecticut, Texas, Virginia, Illinois & Florida!

Lessons are customized based on each individual students’ needs and goals. We offer mainly Classical Piano lessons, ear training & theory, Jazz, Pop and other styles of music.

Lessons take place Online, at our Midtown West studio just 2 blocks away from Carnegie Hall in NYC, or we can come to your home in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Essex, Hudson, Passaic & Bergen counties in NJ, or in St. Pete/Tampa area in Florida!

The studio offers the following programs:

Preschool Program (Ages 2-4)

Young Students (Ages 4-18)

Adult Students (Ages 18+)

Anahid Syourapian Piano Studio is supported by Steinway & Sons, and is a member of Steinway Educational Partnership Program!

*** Email us at Anahid@ASPianoStudio.com or call 888-855-1065 to set up your introductory lesson! ***

Thanks for visiting!

How Mozart is explained in the “Tiger Mom” book

“Mozart is notoriously difficult. His music is famously sparkling, brilliant, effervescent and effortless – adjectives that strike terror in the hearts of most musicians.”

“There’s a saying that only the young and old can play Mozart well: the young because they are oblivious and the old because they are no longer trying to impress anyone.”

“When playing runs and trills, think of champagne or an Italian soda, and all those bubbles rising to the top.”

 

from the book “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” by Amy Chua