Summer Piano Program

A fun and educational experience!

Discover all that piano has to offer at Music Lessons Arizona’s Summer Piano Program.

We believe music is about connecting with people and building a community.

There's no better way to get motivated, inspired and experience music on its most rewarding level than to play with other musicians.

At our studio, your child will meet and collaborate with other piano students. Come be a part of our musical community!

Specializing in Classical repertoire. Ranging from Bach, Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert, Mozart and more. These great composers have enriched the art world and humanity for centuries. We believe the musical tradition is vital to enhance our lives and should be passed on from generation to generation.

Students perform for one another allowing them to build confidence in their playing and gain valuable exposure to different piano repertoire, styles, genres and techniques.

By watching others perform, students can compare their progress to their peers, become more motivated and excel with their piano development.

Achieving goals and developing as a musician are what drives us to hone our craft. Students are proud to share their accomplishments and receive praise from their teacher and fellow students.

Topics of the program include:

  • Music theory
  • Aural skills and ear training
  • Sight reading
  • Music History
  • Rhythm
  • Composition
  • Technique
  • Piano Ensembles
  • Music Production
  • Solo Repertoire

Accepting students ranging from 6 to 18 years old.
Students are grouped by age and ability level.


Piano Instructor and Program Coordinator Sherin Moustafa

Sherin Moustafa holds a masters of music in collaborative piano from the Arizona State University School of Music and is a nationally certified music teacher in piano.

Her goal is to provide the best music education experience for her piano students. She is dedicated to maintaining a high level of professionalism and efficiency as a music educator.

Sherin continuously researches published teaching methods, attends piano education seminars, workshops, state and national music conferences.  She currently serves as the vice president and will become president of the East Valley Music Teachers Association in July 2019. 

Program dates and Schedule

Full Days and Half Days available

PROGRAM DATES (Monday ~ Friday Weekly Sessions):
June 10 – 14
June 17 – 21
June 24 – 28
July 8 – 12
July 15 – 19
July 22 –26

PROGRAM TIMES:
9AM – 4PM (Full Day)
9AM – 12PM (Half Day)
1PM – 4PM (Half Day)

SAMPLE SCHEDULE (Full Day):
8:50AM~9AM Check-in/Drop Off
9AM~9:55AM Solo Repertoire
10AM~10:55AM Aural Skills
11AM~11:55AM Music Production/Song Writing
12PM~12:55PM Lunch/Music Exploration
1PM~1:55PM Piano Ensemble
2PM~2:55PM Music History/Theory
3PM~3:55PM Rhythm Creation
Friday 3PM~3:55PM Public Performance

All students must be picked up no later than 4:10PM

SAMPLE SCHEDULE (Half Day):
8:50AM~9AM Check-in/Drop Off
9AM~9: 45AM Piano Ensemble/Solo Repertoire
9:45AM~10:15AM Aural Skills
10:15AM~11AM Music History/Theory
11AM~11:55AM Music Production/Song Writing
Friday 11AM~11:55AM Public Performance

All students must be picked up no later than 12:10PM


How to Register

At Music Lessons Arizona personal attention is of the utmost importance to us. We are dedicated to getting to know you, your musical interests and helping you achieve your goals.

To begin the registration process, follow the steps below.

  1. Visit our contact page and tell us about yourself and your child. We look forward to hearing from you!
  2. After the form is submitted, we will be in contact with you to set up an in person meeting at our studio where you’ll meet Piano Instructor and Program Coordinator Sherin Moustafa.
  3. Sherin would like to get to know you, your child and what your musical interests and ambitions are. She will also assess your child’s ability for appropriate placement in the Summer Program.

Although we work with many kinds of students (beginners, advanced, child to adult) we do not accept everyone into our school. After meeting and it seems like a good fit, we can discuss options for moving forward.

If we feel that a student is not ready for piano, we will recommend they hold off on music instruction until the time is right.