I teach piano in Rosenberg, TX.

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Hi! I’m Andy Grall, a musician based in Rosenberg, TX.

I’m passionate about teaching all things music:

  • songwriting
  • music production
  • playing piano
  • and more

…using creative and unconventional styles to mentor and draw out talent from students as young as 10 through adults!

I’ve been playing piano and keyboard in a variety of styles for over 24 years, and teaching for over 10 years. I can’t wait to chat with you about your musical journey!

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Location

I am located near Meyer Elementary School. I teach at my home piano studio – I’ll give you the exact address once you schedule your first free trial lesson.

Availability

I currently have availability on Sundays and weekday mornings. Call, text, or email to set up your first free trial lesson today!

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Here’s an example video of me teaching a basic blues bass line and chord pattern:


Student Testimonials

My son is making great progress!

My son is making great progress! Good to see my son so interested in music. Thank you, Andy!

Lizette Awadein

Andy customizes the lesson

Andy customizes the lesson to the student and brings clarity in the way to practice a piece.

Linda Demaray

Andy is patient, reassuring, and has a great personality.

Andy is a great teacher. He constructs your lessons according to your ability. I had taken lessons years ago but remembered many aspects of piano playing. If you can demonstrate a certain level, Andy doesn’t linger there just to make money. He incorporates the genre of music you enjoy, at your level, while continuing to teach the basics of music and music theory. Andy is patient, reassuring, and has a great personality. He evaluates your progress objectively. But no matter what, he points out the positive. He is a great teacher.

Randy C.

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Who I Work With


I work with students from beginner to advanced levels, ages 10 and up.

Jazz, blues, pop, rock, country, classical, and more!

Whether you're brand new, or want to polish up some skills, or need help writing and recording music - I'm here for you.

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Case 1: The Beginner

You (or your child) have always wanted to play piano but you just have no idea where to begin. You've never had lessons, you don't know a thing, you just want to try it out! I'm here for you.

I teach the fundamentals of music in a fun way that helps you connect to what you're already listening to. I promise, it's not as scary as it seems!

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Case 2: The Songwriter

Andy working with a student in his studio

Your child has shown a lot of talent in music. She sings, writes her own songs, picks up music by ear - but she doesn't know how to take her songs to the next level, or how to record them professionally, or what she can do to play them better on piano.

I'll help your child learn to finish the songs she writes, and how to arrange and record them professionally. This kind of session works best in person, but we can do a lot online, too.

(I also work with adults!)

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Here's an example of a song I helped one of my students finish and record professionally:

Case 3: The Pianist

This is the person who shows exceptional piano skills, and wants to learn how to develop them further. I often get students like this who are bored with traditional piano lessons and need something a little more exciting to keep them interested.

Traditional lessons have a tendency to rely on written music, learning from books. I like to go by an ears-first approach, finding music we like, then learning to play it, and then looking at the sheet music.

What we usually do is find music together - pieces I know will challenge the student, but also ones that he likes, so he will be sure to keep coming back to practice them.

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Case 4: The Hobbyist (adults)

Ah, the hobbyist. You've been plucking away at a keyboard for years, without much improvement. You really want to understand music on a deeper level and you want to be able to play more modern songs that you like - from pop tunes to video game music, maybe sprinkling in some classical here and there. But pretty please, don't make me do all those arpeggios and Hanon exercises!

If you're this kind of student, the first thing I'm going to ask you is what kind of music you've been listening to, and let's pick a song you like. Then I'll show you how to play some of it, and we'll talk more about how this song works, and we'll take a skill or two from this song that you can transfer to other songs. Do this a few hundred times over a couple of years and you'll be amazed where you end up!

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