This is the first piece in the Peery curriculum and where every Peery student starts.
After all of the Peery Foundational Techniques are mastered, they are applied to increasingly more difficult repertoire.
With these foundational tools mastered, Peery students can choose and succeed in the musical journey of their choice.
This Peery student is a recreational player, committed to about 30 minutes of practice per day.
Peery training has given him the opportunity to play any piece he wants, at the level he wants.
This Peery student is a recreational player. Like many high school students, her practice commitment varies.
Sometimes she doesn't get to the piano for days. Other times she can commit to a more regular practice schedule.
Because of her Peery training she is able to play the pieces she wants at the level she wants.
This Peery student likes to perform and compete. She commits 3-5 days a week, 90 minutes a day to practicing.
She is demonstrating the results of Peery Technique training. MM184, 4 notes to the beat.
This Peery student had the goal of attending Juilliard. Piano was his #1 priority.
His Peery training gave him the tools needed to help him meet his goal. He is currently a Sophomore at Juilliard.