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We provide Introductory Piano Lessons for Children and Adults without the hassle and pressure of exams! Let’s bring some joy back to learning music.

What is Joy With Music?

Joy With Music aims to provide introductory piano lessons for any child or adult with a passion for music. We focus on teaching the basics of music from understanding notes, playing the piano and expressing oneself through music.

Classes are specially tailored to fit your needs and requirement

Great as an introductory class prior to pursuing a formal music education

Learn to play the piano as a form of music therapy for relaxation.

Suitable for anyone looking to learn the piano

From The Blog

Piano Lessons Through Skype

I got my third request for Skype classes this week so I’m going to make it official. I am now offering lessons via Skype where you can learn the piano from the comfort of your own home or from wherever you are. All you need is a good internet connection, a webcam, a mic (or built-in mic on your phone or tablet)  as well as a piano or keyboard with you. At the moment, I only have  few slots available for Skype Lessons, so it will be on a first come first serve basis. If you are interested in Skype Lessons, go to our contact page and fill up the details. I will email you a brochure and some registration...

How Piano Players’ Brains Are Actually Different From Everybody Elses’

I recently stumbled across a very interesting article. If you play a music instrument, you would have heard many times how music helps with the brain development and such. But this interesting articles talks specifically about pianist. Pianists’ brains are actually different from those of everyone else. Drums are functionally pitchless and achordal, so pitch selection and chord voicings aren’t part of the equation. Guitar only allows for six notes at once and heavily favors left-hand dexterity. But piano is the ultimate instrument in terms of skill and demand: Two hands have to play together simultaneously while navigating 88 keys. They can play up to 10 notes at a time. To manage all those options, pianists have to develop a totally unique brain capacity — one that has been revealed by science. Because both hands are required to be equally active for pianists’ to master their instrument, they have to overcome something innate to almost every person: right or left-handedness. In most people, the depth of the brain’s central sulcus is either deeper on the right or on the left side, which then determines which hand is dominant. But when scientists scanned the brains of pianists, they found something different: Pianists had...

Three Reasons Why Every Adult Should Learn The Piano

You’ve probably heard this phrase many times. “Oh, it’s too late to learn”. Especially when it comes to picking up an instrument. Most adults think that piano is best learnt as a child and once you “pass a certain age”, it is too difficult to learn, maybe even impossible. But the truth is, anyone can start learning to play the piano regardless of age. Here are three reasons why every adult should learn to play the piano. 1. De-Stress Yourself With The Piano In a modern and hectic world, almost every adult is busy with work, family and obligations. More often than not, they are also easily stressed out. Whilst there are many ways to relax, playing the piano is a great way to not only relax but express yourself. If you are feeling angry, play some loud, angry music on the piano. If you are feeling sad, playing something happy to cheer yourself up. Or better still, just let your fingers flow and play whatever that comes to your mind. That’s what I do most of the time and before you know it, you are relaxed and your mind has something to focus on other than work and...

Why Learn The Piano?

Based on Research published by Steinway & Sons – “Piano for Body, Mind and Soul”


Cognitive Development

Playing the piano can increase cognitive development.

Improved Eye-hand coordination

Eye-hand coordination is developed while playing.

Fine Motor Skills Are Developed

Nimble hands move efficiently only because of consistent practice. Any size hands can learn to play the piano.

Instills Discipline

Playing the piano requires a certain amount of dedication

Reduces Anxiety & Stress

Sitting down to play a piano for even a few moments on a busy day can help the mind refocus

Improved Mental Health

Pianists may see a reduction in depression, its’ symptoms and other mental health issues. Social pain, such as loneliness, can also be battled when playing a piano.

Call +6012-969 2201 or send us an email using the form below to learn more!

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you located and what locations do you cover?
We are located in Kuala Lumpur (Jalan Ipoh) and for private classes, we currently cover Klang Valley.
How much do classes cost?
Pricing for private classes are based on the location as well as the need to bring along our digital piano. Do drop us an email if you require a quote or more information. For private classes, charges are on an hourly basis.
Do you teach children with special needs?
Yes we do! We will need to access the child and then recommend the type of classes suitable. For special needs children, the parent of the child must accompany the child for classes. (but this may vary based on the needs of the child). You can consider this a form a music therapy for the child.
Do you provide Group Classes?
Though our classes are for individuals, we do cater for groups. If you have a group of friends who would like to learn the piano together, we can provide group lessons. It would be advisable not to have more than 3-4 people per group.
Can I pay for classes via credit card?
Yes! We accept online credit card payment for classes. Please contact us for more details.

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You can also email us at hello@joywithmusic.com

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