10691 Cross Creek Blvd Tampa, FL 33647
(813) 994-2452

Meet the founder

Dr Judith Jain recognizes the need for high-quality music education at the piano from the very beginning stages; an education that applies principles of piano performance, psychology, learning styles, and human development. “High-quality instruction should not be reserved for college level. We have a responsibility to teach music in a way that is joyful, contributes to the development of the whole human being, and instils high standards in our students,” Dr. Jain asserts.  Most believe that good-quality education should be reserved for those who are called 'talented.' Dr. Jain believes that the talented one should be the instructor: “If you (the instructor) are really that good, then you should be able to teach anyone how to play the piano proficiently.”
New Tampa Piano and Pedagogy Academy promotes an environment of growth, for both students and faculty members. All private piano lessons take place on grand pianos. For group class activities, we have a Digital Piano Laboratory, typically only available for group classes at colleges and universities.


We believe that all students may learn how to play the piano well, given the right instruction. Our job is to tap into the student’s potential. What we require from our students is the desire to learn and reserve regular time to practice at home. We believe in cultivating a positive relationship with our students while creating an environment that encourages and challenges our students, as well as facilitates learning, discipline, and happiness.

The best teachers are those who have received the appropriate training and are qualified teachers. In addition to being  highly knowledgeable in the fields of piano performance and piano teaching, great teachers are highly empathic. 
We believe that the lessons of music correspond with the lessons of life. That is why we strive to teach each student the way they learn, and watch them grow both personally and musically. We design our curriculum to give an education that touches on each element of musicianship: Music Theory, Ear Training, Technique, Sight Reading Creativity and Ensemble playing. Our goal is not to teach the redundant reproduction of music but to develop our students’ musical knowledge and appreciation.


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