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Piano Lessons are scheduled on an individual basis. Beginning - High Intermediate Level, ages 5 - adult.
Lessons are $86/month for 4 weeks of 30-minute private piano lessons.
Students perform in a spring piano recital and also have the opportunity to perform for a local nursing home at Christmastime.
Call (517) 896-9271 to inquire about lesson openings.
Natalie Simpson, piano instructor
Natalie Simpson grew up in a home filled with music and performing arts. She regularly sang and composed little songs on the piano and her mother started her on the piano at a young age. As she grew, she studied piano with retired college music professor, Charles Shaeffer and Maryann Reid. Natalie accompanied her high school choir on piano, played for special events, and enjoyed many years playing and singing with worship teams for her youth group, high school, church, and Intervarsity at college. She graduated with honors from Hillsdale College with a degree in B.A. in music, with an emphasis in theory and composition, piano as her primary instrument. There, she studied piano with Dr. Susan Flaskerud-Rathmell, and composition with Dr. Robert Rathmell, performing junior and senior piano recitals and conducting composition recitals with a variety of instrumentalists. Natalie began teaching piano lessons shortly after graduating from college in 2005 and found that it was a great pleasure for her to challenge students to grow and cultivate their technique and passion for music and piano specifically.
Nolan Mccausey, piano instructor
Nolan McCausey is a classically trained musician who has been playing the piano for twelve years. His performance experience is broad, ranging from solo recitals to solo and choral accompaniment work. Worship teams have been a staple of Nolan’s musical journey, and he has played on and led such bands for close to a decade. He is currently studying music at Great Lakes Christian College in Lansing, and will be graduating in December. He hopes to continue his musical education at the master’s level next fall, and will most likely be studying to be a full-time piano teacher, something which he has done for around five years. Nolan believes that God has made him to be a musician, and it is through this art that he seeks to glorify the Lord, bless others, and find fulfillment himself.