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“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.”

Plato
Greek Philosopher


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Piano Lessons in West Michigan

West Michigan

Curriculum for Children

Sherry VanOveren uses her unique teaching method to engage kids and teach piano in West Michigan in a way you have never seen before. Using items like Twister, ball buddies, and magnet boards, Sherry makes learning piano fun! Children love coming to their lessons. They learn to play in a way that they can understand.

Piano Explorers

3 to 5 years old

Introducing Piano Explorers, a piano prep class for preschool children ages with parents.

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Grand Rapids Musicians' League Music Clubs

$15 Festival Entry Fee due November 21, 2022

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GVSU 20th - 21st Century Piano Festival

GVSU Recital Hall

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S.T.A.R. Recital

Ada Congregational Church 6330 Ada Drive, Ada 49301

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Halloween

No Lessons

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Thanksgiving Break

No Lessons

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Christmas Music For Your Family

Students work on a variety of Christmas Songs to play during Christmas family gatherings

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Christmas Break

All Day Event (Individual Times TBA)

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Mid-Winter Break

No Lessons

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Feeding America Benefit Recital

Ada Congregational Church

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Spring Break

No Lessons

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Memorial Break

No Lessons

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Final Lesson of the Year

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Summer Lessons Begin

A minimum of six summer lessons are required to retain your place in the studio.

about
Sherry
Sherry VanOveren Piano Lessons for Kids in West Michigan

Sherry VanOveren

Sherry has performed benefit recitals for area organizations for several years. Sherry attended Calvin College for two years, then received her Bachelors and Masters of Music degrees in piano performance and pedagogy, voice, and choral conducting from Michigan State University.

She has been soloist with the Michigan State University Orchestra and was a winner of the Grand Rapids Youth Symphony concerto competition. Sherry received scholarships to attend Interlochen National Music Camp and also to study for a year at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. She has studied with Elisabeth Anne Irish, Marilyn Slenk, Ruth Rus, Edith Kraft, David Renner, Hans Leygraf, and Ralph Votapek. Sherry currently teaches voice and piano and is organist, accompanist, and director of choirs with her husband Ed at First Congregational Church of Ada.