Our Amazing Students

Whether they practice or not, our students are always special.

This year my students not only learned to play the piano but realized many more amazing things. Some enjoy singing and dancing. Others prefer hunting and fishing. Find out about their accomplishments, what they would bring if they were alone on an island, and what they do for fun.

Our Specialties

Teaching to play the piano in the most natural and intuitive way.

The Suzuki Method

Mr. Aguilar teaches piano to children, teens, and adults and specializes in the Suzuki method, based on the same principles used when learning a language — listening, imitating, and repeating. The Suzuki method provides a great way to teach classical music to young kids and it's designed for the beginners (ages 4-8).

The MusicTime Approach

MusicTime is a hands-on piano training that makes it possible to learn a variety of songs in a short period of time. It's great for teenagers who want a fun, easy, and 'cool' way to learn piano and even be able to play in a band, or participate in talent shows at school.

The praiseTime Curriculum

The praiseTime curriculum prepares students to play chord charts on the keyboard, different style accompaniments, improvisation, and transposition, all within a sacred repertoire of contemporary praise songs and traditional hymns. Students might be able to join a praise band at church and play along with guitar, bass, and drum players and singers.

The Piano Teacher

"The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires." - William Arthur Ward

Pablo Aguilar is a certified piano teacher (NCTM) located in San Antonio, TX. He holds a Master of Music degree in Piano Pedagogy and Performance from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Mr. Aguilar graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Montemorelos where he completed a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance. He also has trained extensively in the Suzuki method with Dr. Doris Harrel and was awarded the Piano Pedagogy Award in 2011 by the Department of Music at UTSA. Click here for more information.

Studio Locations

Lessons are held at Musical Arts Center of San Antonio in two locations: by I-10 & De Zavala Rd. and by 1604 & 281

Tution fee varies depending on location.


The monthly tuition fee is based on 46 piano lessons per year and is due on the 7th of each month. Please call 210-560-9587 for tuition rate information.

Contact Information

If you have any questions, please call 210-560-9587 or write a message here. For more information about the teacher, click here.


Pablo Aguilar, M.M., NCTM
Piano Teacher
San Antonio, TX
Cell: 210-560-9587