Music Paths for Piano with Ken Spurr
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Music Paths for Piano:  This great friend in the community is conveniently located at 657 S Fairview Ave. in Elmhurst.  

We offer private  piano instruction for students of all ages and abilities.  Emphasis is on musical enjoyment. Our staff includes many of  the finest Chicago area music professionals.

Enroll now for the Winter Session. The winter session begins January 2nd.   Call for scheduling options, email ( or register in person at our home office.  Join us for a meaningful journey in music.  For more information call 708-705-3120.
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Address: 657 S. Fairview Ave.,
Elmhurst, IL 60126
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Music Paths for Piano offers private music lessons and individual instruction for all ages, levels and styles in piano.  Students gain a foundation in music fundamentals which creates a solid base for future progress and enjoyment.

Lesson Scheduling  
Call 708-705-3120 or submit an inquiry form.

* For information on pricing, schedules, and policies, contact Ken Spurr.

Adult Instruction  Music Paths encourages all ages, including adults and seniors, to participate in music education. Our professional staff will accommodate any level of experience, whether you're beginning or continuing in musical studies.

Private Instruction:  Adult music students may start from the beginning or pick up from where they may have left off at some previous time.  We encourage adult students of all backgrounds in music to come back to music or to make this a new beginning.  Lessons are enjoyable and relaxed.  The pace is set at the desire of the student.  It's never to late to start, music instruction is appropriate for any age.

Optional Adult Class Recitals:  Each semester, adult students have the opportunity to listen to and/or perform for each other in a relaxed, supportive setting. Each "class meeting" is followed by refreshments, time to discuss performances and pieces, and have the opportunity to socialize with fellow adult music students. All adult students who wish to attend are encouraged, but not required, to play. Performances include pieces in various levels and styles.