So What Piano Piece Do You
Dream of Learning?

Is it the Moonlight Sonata?

Or “Fur Elise”?

For some of my students, it’s “River Flows In You”.

A few want to learn “Bohemian Rhapsody”.

And pieces by Chopin — the pianist’s composer — are the favorite of many.

And don’t leave out “Clair de Lune”.

My favorite piece?  The piano version of “La Valse” . . . 

 . . . but that’s  just me.

What’s yours?

.I’m John Viljoen.  Since 2014 I’ve been teaching a full schedule of students at my studios in Coupeville and Oak Harbor, Whidbey Island, Washington.

I give lessons online to students in various parts of the world.

And I teach in person at my Whidbey Island studios.

My students range in age from four years old to 70.  I’ve given many — children and adults — their first piano lesson.  Others have come to me decades after their last piano lesson.

I teach all levels, from beginner, to intermediate, to advanced.

I tailor my lessons individually to the student’s interests and goals.  I include pieces that the student wants to learn, within their current ability.

And I encourage my students to relax and take slowtempos.  I find that some students place unrealistic expectations on themselves, and that gets in the way of their best playing.  Slow tempos reduce mistakes, and a relaxed approach allows the student to appreciatethe piece.

So . . . what piano piece do YOU dream of playing?

“River Flows in You”? 

Pachelbel’s  Canon in D?

“Hey Jude” by Lennon and McCartney?

Mozart’s “Alla Turca” sonata?

Set your eye and your heart on your goal.

I’ll guide you on your way.

For your free lesson, just sign up here.

Or contact me at (831) 594-3437, or at  I’ll find a lesson time that works for you.