Fun and Innovative Learning

Wunderkeys is an interactive preschool/elementary musical curriculum for children. We start at preschool age which means your child could be learning as early as age 3! Preschool music for preschool kids. Isn't that great?

For preschoolers, I incorporate games and songs to teach concepts in simple ways. We repeat the welcome song each week, and introduce our friends the Wunderbies. Each lesson is packed with engaging content and activities to keep little hands busy and little minds curious.

For elementary to advanced students we use a variety of method books. Method books are picked after my initial meeting with you. We also use some theory from Piano Anne, including the Barnyard Friends Curriculum and Technique exercises from Just Picture It Technique. Games are incorporated into the lessons to provide a fun learning environment!

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Preschool Learning

Using the WunderKeys curriculum I come to your home and teach your preschooler for 30 minutes of one on one instruction once a week.

30-60 Minute Lessons

You may pick between 30-60 minutes of one on one instruction once a week. Any age is welcome.

I also offer piano team.

Skype Lessons

Live far away? That's no problem! I offer Skype lessons to those that want piano instruction but aren't in my local area.


Are you struggling getting your child to practice? Are you needing more help than just a once a week lesson? I'm here to offer tutoring 5 days a week.

Group Lessons

Want to learn piano with your peers? Group lessons are a great way to connect with fellow pianists and help each other learn. Ask about my group lesson classes.

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Ms. Lacy currently teaches her own children and travels to piano students homes to offer individual instruction. She started playing the piano when she was 6 years old. After becoming too accomplished for her first teacher she moved on to more advanced classes and joined a piano team. She performed and competed at Northern Arizona University at the age of 17. After high school she attended Brigham Young University Idaho where she continued studying music. After BYUI she moved to Arizona and studied Massage Therapy where she currently applies massage skills to benefit herself and her students in their performances. Having a well rounded approach to music, she teaches using auditory, kinesthetic, and visual teaching styles to better help students understand the language of music. Ms. Lacy is on the Board of DVMTA (Dessert Valley Music Teachers Associataion) and