Piano Lessons - Beginners, AMEB exams, Musicianship, HSC music

Styles Classical, Piano for Leisure
Skill Level Beginner to Advanced


Claim your $100 CREATIVE KIDS VOUCHER here! – Parents, guardians and carers can apply for a voucher with a value of up to $100 per calendar year for each student aged 4.5 to 18 years old enrolled in school.

As a registered provider for the Creative Kids program, you can redeem your voucher with us and let your child develop new skills. Enrol them in a new activity so they can do something great.

The following Accelerando programs are eligible for the Creative Kids Voucher:
✔️ private lessons
✔️ group classes

➤ ABOUT
Arleen started learning the piano at eight and a half years old and is a young and enthusiastic piano teacher that has experience in teaching music at the International School of Music in Sydney engaging children aged 2-12 group music classes in an energetic and vibrant group environment. She has coached talented young musicians, as well as adults, over the past 8 years in both classical and contemporary styles for auditions, concerts, HSC/AMEB examinations, and for leisure!

Many of her students are active participants in local orchestras and have also obtained music scholarships for their selected schools. Students who are enrolled within the AMEB exams have an average result of Honours/High Distinction!

Parents are encouraged to sit in the lessons!

Please contact Arleen at 0480109956 or arleen.s@outlook.com to arrange a suitable time for your first free lesson!

WEBSITE: www.accelerandoacademy.com/
INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/accelerandoacademy

”…Finding the right teacher will make or break the whole experience. The best teachers are usually the ones who not only teach, but know how to be a good friend and mentor to your child.” – Music Central

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Details last updated on April 3, 2019