Louise Mann, NCTM
Louise Mann’s Piano Studio
About The Studio
I love sharing music with people. My Studio offers music for 3-5 year olds in the KiddyKeys® classes, pair lessons for 6-7 year olds and private lessons for students 8 to 108 years old.
Lessons are tailored for each student’s interests and learning styles, so musical instruction in many styles – “classical,” jazz, pop, lead sheets – are available. The curriculum makes extensive use of the computer lab for both improving critical listening skills and for theory reinforcement.
Piano ensembles are encouraged. Group lessons are offered once a month where we learn about music history, theory and perform for each other.
Performance opportunities are available in the Studio for the Holidays and a Spring Recital. Other opportunities are available through MMTA, Wisconsin Music Teachers Association, National Piano Guild and others.
The Studio is located southwest of Plymouth.
I started playing piano when I was 5 years old because I wanted to play piano like my Mom. I continued through high school and two years of classes towards a music teaching degree at UW-Eau Claire.
Piano teaching is my 3rd career. I have previously worked as a secretary and a computer programmer. I have been teaching piano for 20 years in the Plymouth area.
I am a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music-Piano, a Licensed KiddyKeys® Educator, a “Piano Guy” teacher and have taken ongoing piano teacher enrichment workshops at University of St. Thomas, MN; Salem College, NC; Viterbo University, LaCrosse; and UW-Madison. Other college music education—3 years at Silver Lake College in Manitowoc and 2 years at UW-Eau Claire. My BA is from Alverno College in Management and Computers.