Offering Online Lessons Now
Limited In-Person Lessons Soon
Where Musicians become Artists
Lessons for All Ages & Levels
Piano - Violin - Voice
- Learn from PhD Level Master Faculty
- Regular Performances
- Award Winning Peers
- Professional & Fun Environment
Where to Start?
Programs We Offer
1-on-1 Private Lessons are available in 3 different programs to support your personal goals. …Learn More…
Fun with Simple Instruments and Rhythm. Specifically Designed for the Pre-School Age Group.
Take Your Music to the Next Level. Our Theory Classes Teach Ear Training, History, and Prepare you for Exams.
Our School is Committed to Developing Students to their Greatest Potential
We have been educating students for over 20 years. Founded in 1996, our school develops students into passionate and creative people who love music by prioritizing:
Our core values
The majority of our instructors have Doctorate degrees or decades of teaching experience. Their expertise and experience are what enables them to help your student to tap into their true potential. Click below to learn about the people that make our programs so effective.
Dr. Dante Lorenzo DiIanni specializes in solo classical performance and 19th century vocal accompaniment. During his time in England he completed a Master of Music degree in collaborative piano at the world-renowned Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He has also held prestigious residencies at .....Read More .....
Dr. Zhao Zhao Yang was born in Beijing and began learning the piano at the age of four. In 1991, her family migrated to Sydney, Australia, and she had her first performance at the Sydney Opera House in the Suzuki Graduation concert at the age of nine. She received a full music scholarship to attend ... Read More ...
A recipient of numerous prizes in solo and chamber music competitions and exhibitions, she has appeared in solo and collaborative recitals in Greece, Austria, China and the US. Among others, Anna has been chosen to perform in the first PanHellenic Piano Festival ... Read More ...
Sasha Burdin (also known as Alexander Ponomarchuk) is a concert and jazz pianist, composer, bandleader, and a piano teacher. He has prepared and presented concert programs in Russia, Europe, and the US. He holds Master of Music degrees from Bowling Green ... Read More ...
What Students & Parents say About PPS
First of all, please allow me to express my profound admiration for everything you and your teachers at Pacific Piano School do for our kids. I am truly impressed with this school and thrilled that my daughter is part of it.
I will highly recommend PPS to whoever I know and I hope that your studio will continue to grow in the future!
It appears to us that after studying with you on the master class, Claudia seems to absorb some of the coaching that you gave her. We notice she plays with more feeling. Strong noted when they are supposed to be strong and soft when the music phrase is supposed to be soft
My playing is steadily becoming more expressive and emotive, and performing has become less of a chore.
I would like to thank you both for doing such a fabulous job teaching our kids music and making the camp the most valuable and fun experience for our children this summer.
We don’t expect our kids to make a career out of music. However, this training is so important for their lives as you know. I want to thank you for your dedication in classical music education.
Selected Class Offerings
Find out About our Next Open House Recital
Enjoy an evening of music, see our students, and meet our teachers by attending the next open house recital.
Our Philosophy -
to provide the best quality education to students by teaching music as an artistic practice.
Music as a Language
We believe that students should learn a music just like they learn language, math, or science. Learning music not only develops their patience but nurtures the ability to work on and improve at any subject.
We believe that regular performance on stage greatly boosts confidence, motivation, self-realization, and personally rewards students.
Just as we teach our students to communicate and share music, we connect with parents to keep them informed and part of the learning process
Making music is inherently a creative process. Students are encouraged to express their feelings through music in creative ways.
As musicians we are devoted to developing musical talent. As Teachers we are devoted to developing children's interest in music.
It takes a village of many teachers and parental involvement to develop a well rounded musician. Our curriculum emphasizes and reflects this.