Razvi School of Music
Sing unto him a new song; play skilfully with a loud noise.
(Psalm 33:3)

The aim and final end of all music should be none other than the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul.
-J.S. Bach

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The sonatas of Mozart are unique; they are too easy for children, and too difficult for artists.
-- Arthur Schnabel

Q:  Do I need a piano in order to take piano lessons?
A:  Beginning students can use a keyboard for the first few weeks (not longer).  However, it is important for them to have a piano eventually.  If cost is an issue, it is possible to find pianos that are being given away for free by people who do not need them anymore.  Good places to look for free pianos are Craigslist and FreeCycle.  

Q:  How often do I need to tune my piano? 
A:  Normally a piano used by a beginning student should be tuned once or twice a year.  The more frequently it is used, the more often it will need to be tuned.  Pianos used by very advanced students often need to be tuned almost every month or more.

Q:  Can you recommend a good piano tuner?
A:  A good piano tuning service near our studio is Kramer’s Piano Service.  Their phone number is (410) 775-5393. 

Music Lessons

Q:  My child is not motivated to practice.  What should I do? 
A:  You might find this publication helpful.

Q:  How much should I practice each day?  
A:  The more you practice, the faster you will progress.  Beginning students should practice at least 10-15 minutes a day.  

Our policies

Q:  How do you protect my privacy?
A:  Razvi School of music does not give or sell any of your information to third parties.  Please read our privacy policy for more information.

Q:  What is your return policy?
A:  Our return policy can be found here.

Q:  What is your shipping policy?
A:  Our shipping policy can be found here.


Q:  How do you pronounce Razvi?
A:  RAZ-vi (as in "raspberry")