Why are Teachers Switching to Piano Pronto?

  1. Higher student retention rates and increased studio size
  2. Age & gender neutral materials work great with ALL your students
  3. Faster progress with students at all levels compared to other methods
  4. Enthusiasm from parents about increased time practicing the piano
  5. Value! All-in-one approach means the end of book shuffling

Customers are raving about

Customer Reviews
  • End Game by Barbara Posted on 9/8/2015

    End Game is, hands down, the best student saver piece I've ever had in my studio.

  • Dreamweaver: Contemporary Lyrical Solos by Lisa Posted on 8/18/2015

    Another beautiful collection of music! These pieces are so enjoyable to play and to listen to. These are the kinds of songs that motivate kids to learn how to play the piano.

  • Spotlight Solos Volume 2 by Jennifer Posted on 8/16/2015

    This book is a wonderful addition to my studio. My students love to play these songs. Several of these songs were played this year for recital and everyone loved them!

  • Piano Pronto®: Prelude by Kristie Posted on 8/13/2015

    This has become one of my favorite teaching books. I have started several students in this book now. Quicker students move through it quickly because they enjoy the songs. My slower-learning students love the songs and are challenged by playing them over and over as duets and with Piano Maestro.

    My favorite use for this book has been with one of my students with autism, who had stalled out and become frustrated with every other book I tried, but who loved the songs in this book and has now finished it! He can truly read notes and rhythms well now, where before this book, he could not reliably identify middle C. He loves music, and I am so glad that I could use this book to kee

  • Roadtrip!™ My Musical Memory Book by sam Posted on 8/3/2015

    I just started this book with a five year old. I love the roadtrip theme and the many ideas in the teacher book. I know exactly what to teach in each lesson.

  • Roadtrip!™ My Musical Memory Book by Barbara Posted on 7/30/2015

    Fun and interactive primer book for youngsters! Instead of being "cutesy", it's "cool"! The progressive duets that go along with each piece are a brilliant concept.

  • Piano Pronto®: Movement 1 by Michelle Posted on 7/26/2015

    I switched an Adult beginner over to Movement 1 because she was having trouble reading. She loves this book, and it is really helping her learn to read. As she puts it, "It's so easy to correct your mistakes when you know the song and hear the mistake. If it's a made-up song for the book that no one has heard before, you can practice mistakes over and over again because you just don't KNOW."

  • Piano Pronto®: Movement 4 by Michelle Posted on 7/25/2015

    I just had an 8th grade boy move into Movement 4 (He has already completed Movement 3). He is all excited about all of the Opera themes that he has been playing! Who knew??? And he also loves the supplementsl solos. They are "So cool". Middle School years are tough for piano kids sometimes, and these books reach them like no others have in my experience. Thank you!

  • Piano Pronto®: Movement 3 by Michelle Posted on 7/25/2015

    I had a student who was kind of floundering around in their method book and not practicing much, so I decided to change things up and put them in Movement 3. It was like a light-bulb was turned on, and he started practicing again, and really loving the pieces he was playing. He couldn't wait to learn the "Fur Elise", so we did that as soon as possible, and he now calls himself a "Beethoven Specialist".

  • Piano Pronto®: Movement 2 by Michelle Posted on 7/25/2015

    This book has saved a student who was thinking of quitting. the pieces are fun to learn, and she plays them over and over again. We even make up words for some of them. Thank you!!!

What is Piano Pronto®

An exciting and rewarding approach to learning the piano!

The Piano Pronto piano lesson books are designed to get students of all ages playing real music - Pronto! Students will master the instrument while playing familiar and engaging melodies from a wide variety of genres. Key features of the Piano Pronto piano lesson books are:

  • Students learn to read music notation from day one!

  • Motivating, familiar solo piano music from beginning to late-intermediate levels

  • Music drawn from all classical eras, standard piano repertoire, folk tunes, ragtime, blues, and patriotic songs

  • Lush sounding, easy to read arrangements with fingers and dynamic suggestions

  • Clear explanations of music theory, terminology, music history, and analysis

  • Pronto Prep sections show students how to practice EFFECTIVELY!

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