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Dr. Junsuk Oh, teaching piano lessons in Fort Lee, New Jersey is an expert teacher, guiding students of all ages and levels in piano, and has shared his musical knowledge and performance expertise since 2009. Junsuk teaches private lessons and Westchester Conservatory of Music in White Plains, NY. 


Dr.Oh's goal is to provide students with the highest quality of piano lessons. Each students will receive individual, unique and customized lessons according to one's age and level. Students are encouraged to participate in recitals, competitions and examinations. He also prepares students for college entrance auditions for advanced students. 


Dr.Oh is an Education Partner with Steinway and every student will have a chance to perform at the Steinway & Sons piano gallery with new Steinway Model D Concert Grand for free. 


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Dr.Oh's students performances




Even though you’re sitting down, playing the piano is a workout all its own, and offers different physical and physiological advantages to players of all ages. For instance, regular piano playing sharpens fine motor skills and improves hand-eye coordination in the young and developing. Research has shown that piano lessons for older adults have a significant impact on increased levels of Human Growth Hormone, which slows the adverse effects of aging. Bringing music into your life is also proven to reduce anxiety, heart and respiratory rates, cardiac complications, and to lower blood pressure and increase immune response.



Piano practice also boosts cognitive and intellectual abilities, which is to say it makes you smarter and activates similar parts of the brain used in spatial reasoning and math. Studying piano has also been shown to amazingly improve memory — particularly verbal memory — and build good habits like focus and perseverance, diligence and creativity. Children who had a few years of piano study under their belts could remember twenty percent more vocabulary words than their peers. And childhood musicians are better equipped later in life to retain information from speeches and lectures. Playing piano has been shown to increase spatial-temporal ability, which figures heavily in math, science and engineering. Regular music practice at an early age can even make structural changes to the brain that stay with you for the rest of your life, making your brain more efficient both while playing and in extra-musical endeavors.


Children who had a few years of piano study under their belts could remember twenty percent more vocabulary words than their peers.



Studies show that time spent at the keyboard improves mental health: people who make music experience less anxiety, loneliness, and depression. Playing piano has also been shown to be a great source of stress relief, and provides ample opportunities to bolster self-esteem. It is also a widely used form of therapy for Attention Deficit Disorder.



Playing the piano offers a plethora of health benefits that will supplement every part of your life. And that doesn’t even begin to consider the deep cultural network and historical tradition that you join as a piano player and owner. For two hundred years, the piano has been a staple of the home, bringing together families and friends and strengthening communities with the power of music: bring a piano into your home today.



*Quoted from Steinway.com