Comments From Teachers and Students
With The Stewart Piano Method Teachers, Home Schoolers, Groups, Play Real Music, Learn Music Theory and it's Easy and Fun........................................
You can teach it......
You can understand it......
It works for all ages.......
3-90 years old."
"I teach a
couple of families where I've observed the younger sibling in the
Stewart Method advancing more quickly than the older sister or
brother and the Stewart students show an easier accomplishment
overall...they are able to play chords and chord accompaniments
faster and easier, transpose earlier and show a comfortable
familiarity at the keyboard earlier.
As a teacher of several methods, I find the Stewart Method more comprehensive.
who come for piano lessons can play a song at their very first lesson.
Stewart Piano can be used for individuals from age 3 to forever and everyone gets the gratification of being able to make their own music right away. It doesn't matter what age they are."
Home Schooling Mother
"I grew up with a concert quality, piano playing brother. I never learned to play, myself. However, while teaching my young daughter to play, I learned to play two-handed melodies. Mrs Stewart's Piano Lessons are wonderful!"
"The Greeks understood that the basic subjects that you teach a student are music and art. Later on they will understand math and science but they won't understand them as well if they don't have music and art first. I've been teaching Stewart Piano for nine years and I just love it!"
Happy 8 year old.
Mrs Stewart was a genius.
She made the difficult things easy.
She gives us a map for doing it."
Sister Mary Gilbert
Montessori School Teacher
It seems ideal for the blind child"
Library of Congress
1234567 and ABCDEFG and you can play."
Mother of 5 year old
4 Year Old Student
A quick, easy way to learn the geography of
music -- transposing made easy."
methods -- it's a varied menu."
Mary J."During an audition (of one of my students) for Fernando Laires of Interlocken Arts Academy, he was so impressed with the quality of her instruction that he asked to be shown how children could be taught the structure of music and so readily play and sing scales and chords, transpose at sight, etc., whereupon I replied, 'using the Stewart books as text'."
Sister Mary Andrew.