Piano Lessons Brisbane
Brisbane Music Studio is proud to have some of the most highly QUALIFIED piano teachers in Brisbane! Whether you’re advanced and experienced, or new and beginning, whether you just want to tackle a favourite song or study piano at university, Brisbane Music Studio has a fantastic teacher for you. All BMS teachers are EXPERIENCED and ENERGETIC so you can be assured your training is of the highest standard.
Warm and nurturing environment
Two high quality showcases per year
Passionate and qualified teachers
All ages welcome- children to adults
Brisbane Music Studio- Fun, Skill and Confidence!
2017 Lesson Prices
2017 Lesson Cost
30 minutes: $41.50 (private)
45 minutes: $62.25 (private)
60 minutes: $83.00 (private)
15 minutes: $22.00 (ages 4-6)
shared 30: $23.65 (guitar and singing only)
All prices include GST.
Lesson Structure and Billing
Brisbane Music Studio offers up to three, no obligation lessons to start charged at the rate above. If you’re happy to continue we then invoice you for the remainder of the term, and on a term to term basis thereafter.
In addition to lesson fees, all students are charged $11 per term (incl GST) for licensing and the provision of all lesson resources.
Friday Fun Day- Book Friday Lessons to Save 10%.
That means you'll pay for 9 and have the 10th lesson free in a 10 week term!
Brisbane Music Studio: Meet Our Piano Teachers
Sarah Stranger is currently studying a Master of Philosophy in Piano Performance at the University of Queensland under the tutelage of Dr Anna Grinberg. In 2013, she completed a Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours at the University of Queensland and during this time she studied piano with Dr Liam Viney and Dr Anna Grinberg. Sarah has also completed her LMusA Diploma in Classical Piano from the Australian Music Examinations Board.
Sarah has had the opportunity to perform in masterclasses with Stephen Savage, Sivan Silver and Gil Garburg, as well as taking part in a masterclass held during the Australian Piano Duo Festival in 2012. Most recently, Sarah performed as a soloist with the Kelvin Grove Wind Orchestra in May 2014 and in August 2014 she was a featured artist for the “Simply Classical” concert held in Gympie. Sarah is an experienced accompanist and often accompanies for AMEB exams. She enjoys sharing her love of music with her students through teaching both piano and music theory.
Born and raised in Rockhampton, Campbell Kelly was exposed to music from a young age by his father, a successful musician. He realised his strong desire to study piano at the age of 7 and from there has gone from strength to strength, working towards further study overseas and a concert career. Campbell began his piano studies under the tutelage of Terrence Mercer and Veronica Berry OAM. He gained experience and success at local eisteddfods, where his performances were often noted for their high standards of musicianship. During his final year of secondary education, Campbell completed his AMEB AMusA Diploma in Classical Piano and was awarded the opportunity to participate in the National Gondwana Composers School convened by Stephen Leek.
On entry to the Queensland Conservatorium, Campbell was offered the University’s Sir Samuel Griffiths Scholarship and is now a participating member of the University’s Honours College. Campbell is currently completing his BMus, majoring in Classical Piano Performance under the guidance of Oleg Stepanov where he has gained many insights into the methods of Russian pedagogy and artistic tradition.
Sophie Min has completed her Bachelor of Music, majoring in Jazz Piano Performance at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. She is now finishing a Master of Music Studies at Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University under Dr Steve Newcomb.
She is also a classically trained pianist from Seoul Institute of the Art in Korea. She trained in classical piano from the age of 3, and regularly accompanied at church when she was young.
Sophie has performed as part of JM Jazz World Orchestra in 2015, directed by Luis Bonilla (Grammy awarded trombonist), and toured Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Croatia and Denmark. She has completed the US Centrum Jazz Workshop and performed at Birdland, Duplex and Smalls in New York in 2016.
Sophie is the recipient of a Postgraduate Scholarship in composition and performance in 2015, with her own varied small ensembles and her band recently completed mini tour in Brisbane. She’s involved in the flagship Jazz Orchestra, Con Artists, Queensland Korean Orchestra, Queensland Korean Choir, Brazilian Band ‘Coisa Linda’, and Jazz Ensemble Kayleigh Pincott Quartet.
Sophie’s currently teaching as a piano tutor at Young Conservatorium Programme at Griffith University and Music Education Centre. She is enthusiastic about helping students to develop a love of music, to share their talents with others, and to develop their own potential with essential technical skills.