Hybrid Pianos

Acoustic action same as an acoustic piano

Good dynamic range

Excellent sound quality

Recording option

Built in metronome

Various sounds

No tuning required

Acoustic Pianos (upright or grand)

Greatest response to touch

Broad dynamic range

Superior sound quality

Best choice for serious pianists

Digital Keyboards

Weighted, touch sensitive keys

Limited tonal control

Excellent sound quality

Recording option

Built in metronome

Various sounds

No tuning required

CHOOSING A PIANO

All piano students must have an acoustic or digital piano with 88 keys and a pedal for home practice. The information provided below is to assist you in making the best choice for your goals and budget.​​

We partner with O’Neill’s Music to provide top quality instruments in our studio. O’Neill’s is committed to providing  instruments to our students at an affordable price. We recommend a trip to the showroom to see all your options. The rental program is an excellent choice for beginning students or those on a budget.

CMA may receive commissions or services when you make a purchase from O’Neill’s.