"I often think in music. I daydream in music." Albert Einstein - Jacqueline Courson
“I often think in music.
I daydream in music.”

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“I often think in music.
I daydream in music.”

Albert Einstein

Jacqueline Courson is a professional pianist in Phoenix, Arizona offering the following services:

  • private piano and keyboard lessons for children and adults
  • live and recorded piano and keyboard performances
  • composition

With over 25 years of playing experience, Jacqueline began teaching piano lessons to children in 2009.

Jacqueline teaches lessons in her home and the homes of students across the valley, including Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria, Deer Valley, Anthem, Desert Ridge, Cave Creek, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa and Ahwatukee. Jacqueline also travels to neighboring cities and states for recordings and performances.

Pianist and Piano Teacher Jacqueline Courson
Pianist and Piano Teacher Jacqueline Courson
Jacqueline Courson's home studio for recording and piano lessons
Home Studio
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Private Piano Lessons


Lessons in Jacqueline's home or yours

Teaching children age 4 through adults to read music and lead sheets

Music Composition


Arrangements to back your lyrics and melody

Composition for piano and a variety of other instruments

Piano Performance


Live Events and Recording Projects

Whether live or recorded, piano performance for hire

Please explore the website and contact Jacqueline with your questions or to set up a complimentary consultation.

Jacqueline's home studio is located at approximately 43rd Avenue and Union Hills Drive in Phoenix, Arizona.

Contact Jacqueline for more details and to set up a lesson or consultation.

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