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Piano in a Flash Student Profile: Sharon Hubbard Graessle

Like so many people, Sharon Hubbard Grassele (65) always wanted to learn how to play the piano. She took piano lessons as a child, but wasn’t able to stick with it, then life got in the way and she wasn’t able to find the time to fulfill her dream. Until now.

Recently, Sharon enrolled in Scott “The Piano Guy” Houston’s Piano in a Flash online method and she’s now learning, playing and having a lot of fun doing it.

Q: Why did you want to learn to play the piano?

Sharon: “Well, I had some piano lessons in my life, but I wasn’t good. Then I happened to see the little presentation from Scott Houston online. I thought that would be awesome to do. So I decided to give it a try. I was a little leary at first, but I gave it my best.”

Q: How did Piano in a Flash help you?

Sharon “Wow, I’ve learned so much and it’s brought me so much joy. It’s great the way you have it set up so I can do it any time of day I want to. Now I can sit down and play the piano! I love it! I play every day and Scott’s program makes practicing so fun! I give it a 10+ on 1-10 scale.”

And there you have it. Sharon’s not alone and YOU can join all of these new piano players out there too! The kids are grown, career’s done and it’s YOUR time now. It’s YOUR turn to play!

1 Comment
  • Sinta Wiranata
    Posted at 20:38h, 14 November

    Playing musical instruments is indeed very useful. Besides that, children also like it. I read some of the benefits, it is very good for the development of our children. Being in a group can improve concentration skills, by making your child focus on overall group harmony. Thank you for the article.