Suzanne Porter, Children and Family Services Professional: Teaching Yourself the Piano
Suzanne Porter, Children and Family Services Professional is rewarded by the opportunity to help others who may not otherwise have the voice or ability to help themselves. Dedicated to her work, Porter continues to be a source of support to at-risk children, parents and families throughout her area.
Prior to her career in social work, Porter was a Master’s student at Cambridge College, during which time she would often find a source of solace, as well as financial support, in the opportunity to play the piano. Noted for her ability to play piano by ear, Porter knows that in spite of its obvious complexities, learning the piano does not, in fact, require years and years of tedious lessons.
Basic self-instruction can be accomplished in several ways, including:
Knowing the Keys
Familiarizing yourself with the many keys and tones involved on the 88-key platform may require a bit of practice, but once you’ve engrained notes and key positions in your head, coherence, fluidity and improvisation become gradually easier.
Learning by Ear
If you have a good ear for music, such as Suzanne Porter children and familyservices professional, you may be best equipped to not only learn piano quickly, but to avoid years of standard piano training.