Piano: Rieko Okita (Fall)

Students establish a strong rhythmic foundation and solid reading skills while developing their musicality and ability to express themselves through music.

What will the students learn in this class?
Beginners learn the fundamentals of the piano through listening, singing and playing. Advanced students build on their foundations by playing pieces from different periods and discussing those compositions. Music is adjusted according to students’ age, experience and needs. Those interested in taking exams or performing in competitions will also learn about mental preparation.

What are the benefits of this class?
Students will improve coordination, concentration and discipline through regular practice of different rhythms, melodies and harmonies. Individual students can set and re-adjust their own goals in these one-on-one classes.

Who will teach this class?
Rieko Okita is a concert pianist and the director of Okita Piano School. She graduated from Musashino Music College and is a current member of the Pace Method Research Society. She has taught at Yamaha and various international schools in Tokyo, with students advancing to universities focused on music.


  • Sep 5–Dec 12 (14 classes, no class: Nov 28)
  • Tue | 2:30–7:40pm | Ages 4 & above | ¥5,500 (30 minutes)


Lesson Times

  • 2:30–3pm
  • 3–3:30pm
  • 3:30–4pm
  • 4–4:30pm
  • 4:30–5pm
  • 5–5:30pm
  • 5:40–6:10pm
  • 6:10–6:40pm
  • 6:40–7:10pm
  • 7:10–7:40pm


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