About Andy Acosta
At first, Andy wasn't sure about taking piano lessons. In fact, he refused to listen to his parents and did not practice. Until, one day, his teacher brought him music that he loved. Andy discovered that making music is something exciting, something to look forward to everyday after school. Now, even to this day, playing the piano continues to be a part of Andy's daily life.
Shortly after discovering his passion for music, Andy went on to study at the Conservatory of Music and Dance in Monterrey, Mexico under the guidance of Gerardo Gonzalez, one of the most prestigious teachers in Mexico. In 2009, he moved to Houston and went on to receive an Associates in Arts specialized in piano from HCC.
During his career, Andy began teaching piano. Early in his teaching career Andy remembered that FUN and EXCITEMENT were the key ingredients to his love for playing the piano. He set out on a mission to find creative and new ways of making lessons fun, interesting, and engaging for his students.
Now, it is Andy's goal to foster that same love of music in his students - to guide people (especially of the little kind) into developing a life-long relationship between them and music. Once that bond is established, the students can reap the countless benefits of learning piano, including better cognitive development, increased focus, and the ability to handle stress. In this way, Andy believes that he can improve peoples' lives and make the world a little better.