Piano Lessons


(for ages 7 and up)


Whether you aspire to play Bach or Alicia Keys, Maughan Studios dedicated piano instructors will help you become the pianist you want to be. Our faculty will introduce you to the fundamentals of sight-reading, technique, and theory, and incorporate your favorite songs into your lessons. You do not need a piano at home to take lessons; a simple full-size electronic keyboard will suffice for the first six months.

What’s the #1 reason to study the piano at Maughan Studios?

Our piano instructors are warm and friendly and get to know each student and parent on a personal level. We work with each individual or parent to craft a lesson plan that fits the student’s unique needs and favorite type of music. Whether you’re playing in local bands, a seven-year-old taking their first lesson, or a fifty-year-old returning to the piano after many years, our teachers will share their love for the piano and help you set goals to achieve your musical aspirations.

Maughan Studios holds multiple recitals a year located at Southwestern Christian University in Bethany, UCO’s Academy of Contemporary Music in Bricktown, and the UCO Jazz Lab located in Edmond.

$27.50 / 30 minutes

Lessons are available five days a week, (Sunday – Thursday) and scheduled once a week. Lessons are prepaid one month at a time. So most months will be $110.00 for a 30-minute lesson each week.

Take the next step and call 405-720-7877 now to grab a great lesson time as space is limited. Or you can email us, or request more info.

Piano Instructors

Are you looking for piano lessons near you but don’t have anyone that offers them? 
Click the link below to check out our online/virtual option

Online Lessons

How much do piano lessons cost per hour?

Currently, Maughan Studios charges $27.50 per half hour and $50 per hour.

Is Piano hard to learn?

Starting any instrument can be hard at first but not impossible. Many choose the piano since it has proven to be a great foundational instrument to understand music theory. Many universities require students to study piano even when that’s not their main instrument of study for this reason.

How can I learn piano if I don’t have one?

Learning to read notation can be done without the piano. The piano uses a grand staff. Which is a bass clef staff and a treble clef staff combined.