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Popular Piano Teachers Near Easton

Joan R.

Patterson, NY
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Peter B.

Stratford, CT
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John A.

New Milford, CT
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Joan R. Patterson, NY

I offer piano and keyboard lessons to all ages of students. Special age appropriate lessons are available to students as young as 4 and 5 years old. Lessons are also available for adult students who are beginners or want who brush up on their piano skills. Students will study basic piano technique. You will learn how to play chords and scales and develop a good hand position. Basic music theory and learning how to read music will be part of each lesson. Students will pick the style of music that is of interest to them and learn how to create a repertoire of songs. Rhythm and learning how to keep good timing is an important part of each lesson.

About Joan

I am very passionate about music and spend many hours everyday playing the piano and teaching. My love for music began at a very young age. I remember playing with the glockenspiel and toy organ as a young child. I started playing the piano by ear and then later studied formally in college and received my degree. I studied piano at Concordia College and The Westchester Conservatory of Music. I teach all styles of piano, Classical, Pop, Rock, Broadway, or Jazz. I am patient, friendly and know how to make learning music fun. I offer piano and keyboard lessons to ages 5 and up, beginners to advanced.

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I use curriculum from many different publishers and match it to my students interest. Students will learn music that inspires them. However there is also work that ...

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Marlene V. October 10, 2014
Piano · In studio
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Mrs. Joan is amazing! I really recommend her!
Peter B. Stratford, CT

Instructions are conducted by using custom curriculum for every student. The curriculum is based on student's desires and abilities. Teaching material is combined from several books that include American and European authors

About Peter

I am energetic, experienced and creative music teacher with a proven ability to get the very best out of pupils. I am an expert at identifying the appropriate resources required for a subject matter and then ensuring that they are used efficiently, effectively and safely, always keen on building a strong relationship with my students. Most of my students read and play simple music after 4-5 classes of active instruction.

I posses an extensive classical music and music pedagogy training. All my musical knowledge and expertise was attained in Eastern Europe. I play and teach piano, upright bass, bass guitar and a range of other instruments. Over the years I taught basic piano, the beginner violin, viola, cello and a variety of school instruments such as recorder and xylophone. I ...

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Ralia B. October 24, 2014
Viola · Online
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Very understanding teacher. My 13 year old thinks he is awesome. He said he's going to help my son learn to play Star Wars.
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Marc R. September 22, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Was very impressed with Peter's methods, demeanor, patience with my 9 year-old daughter, who is a beginner at piano. She had some experience at reading music, and Peter was adept at recognizing this and 'pushing the envelope' a bit with her and she responded enthusiastically. She left every lesson with a smile on her face.
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Nick S. July 8, 2014
Violin · In studio
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Peter is a great teacher I have been going to him for about a year and I have learned so much! Thank you Peter
John A. New Milford, CT

I'm a product of the piano school of Tobias Matthay at the Royal College of music in London. I studied with two of his proteges, Frank Mannheimer and Denise Lassimone, as well as Trinity College of Music, London. I can teach anyone from preschoolers who can't read music to advanced colleagues.

About John

I think it's easier to learn the piano if you are having fun, and that means playing music that you like.

You can always choose what you will play in lessons, and lessons are designed around your preferences, and move at a pace comfortable to you.

I'€™m not a disciplinarian in any way. I have had the complete classical conservatory experience, yet that doesn't mean I expect that of you in any way, especially kids.

For children, the best start involves games and immediate playing to give the child a taste of the real joy of making music. Reading exercises have their place, but not at the very beginning.

I want you to play a song you know and enjoy your first lesson, and I can easily help you do that.

It's in your interest to play meaningful music, ...

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Janet S. July 23, 2014
Piano · In home
John's biggest strengths are his patience, understanding and seeming endless facility with music. I read music but not fast enough to allow me to play good pieces, so John translates everything into physical movements. This makes it very easy to play interesting music, which makes me want to play more. I think he has shown me how learn, how to refine things so they are satisfying. I highly recommend him as a teacher, for beginners or advanced.
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Heather S. July 22, 2014
Piano · In home
My son is six years old and has been taking piano lessons with John for six months. John is a unique and engaging teacher. His extensive knowledge of music and skill at the keyboard were apparent from the beginning. He can easily demonstrate a multitude of songs and then teach them on the spot. My son is excited to play a "whole song," be it Sponge Bob or Beethoven. John's teach-by-numbers technique appeals to my son's love of numbers and patterns yet he is also quickly learning how to read sheet music. John really is skilled at disguising a lesson on technique or theory as a game. He is goofy while at the same time encouraging and supportive of my son. He keeps it light, fun, and skill appropriate. Since he comes to our home, I also appreciate John's focus on the lesson - he arrives and departs in a timely manner. I highly recommend John as a piano teacher.
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Ray S. July 22, 2014
Piano · In home
John is a fantastic piano teacher! In typical fashion, I was classically trained for many years as a child, dropped piano for ~30 years, and then re-started at around 40, again with a classical instructor. After a year or so I began working with John, who was a real breath of fresh air. First the first time in my life I began to truly understand the instrument, music theory, and composition; all while having a lot more fun. We've worked on a wide variety of music - pop, classical, blues, etc. - great for me as I get bored easily. John is incredibly patient - I am no great talent and often have weeks where I barely practice, but he takes it completely in stride. In addition to being a great instructor, John is an incredibly talented pianist in his own right - sort of like taking golf lessons from Phil Mickelson. He has also worked with two of my daughters, who prefer him to any other instructors they've had.

Sam W.

Fairfield, CT
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Eugene P.

Purchase, NY
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Alexei T.

New Haven, CT
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Sam W. Fairfield, CT

About Sam

Hey all,

My name is Sam W. I've been teaching private music lessons for nearly 10 years, and have enjoyed meeting new students and helping them discover their love of music.
I've recently received my Masters of Music in Scoring for Film and Multimedia at NYU Steinhardt. Outside of giving lessons, I also compose music professionally for use in film, TV and the web.

I specialize in teaching guitar, piano and drumkit, as well as music theory/composition and audio recording techniques and software.

I look forward to helping you along on your musical journey!

Eugene P. Purchase, NY

Each lesson starts with technical warm-ups. Once the student is fully warmed-up, we then move on to repertoire. Within the repertoire, technique is added with my guidance. Certain repertoire may require certain technical attention which will always be addressed. I give demonstrations whenever needed. It is my job to make sure the student can view a live demonstration and receive guidance to apply the same aspects to their music making. Students shall learn through experiential, feeling and muscle memory.

About Eugene

I am currently enrolled as a student of the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College working toward a Bachelor of Opera Performance and Vocal Studies. I am also enrolled as a Spanish and Italian Language and Culture minor. I have finished three semesters (including 89 credits) and have a GPA of 4.11.

I have a few years of experience interpreting and translating for Spanish speaking families in public schools. Additionally, I have tutored middle school, high school, and college students in Spanish. I also teach online Spanish courses. I have helped college students with grammar and have proofread their compositions for College Writing courses. I have held study sessions with college students to prepare for ear training, music theory, and sight singing midterms and finals. I have also ...

Alexei T. New Haven, CT

I have been teaching students of all ages and skill levels since 2005. My students have ranged from beginners looking to play the piano for fun to professional conservatory students.

My students make quick progress. I make a strong emphasis on proper technique and sound production right from the beginning, while tailoring the choice of music we work on to the student's skill level and personal tastes.

About Alexei

Called “a thoughtful and serious musician” by the New York Concert Review, Alexei Tartakovsky is one of the foremost pianists of his generation.

Alexei has performed at Weill Recital hall at Carnegie Hall. Since then he has given numerous solo, concerto, and chamber music recitals in the United States, Russia, Canada, Holland, China, Japan, and England.

After studies with Matti Raekallio at the Juilliard School, Alexei completed his Bachelor of Music degree at CUNY Queens College and his Master of Music degree at the Peabody Conservatory (Johns Hopkins).

Alexei is currently pursuing his Artist Diploma at the Yale School of Music.

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Whether you are a beginner Piano student, intermediate Piano student, or advanced Piano student, a TakeLessons Instructor can help you learn or enhance your Piano skills. Your choices for a Easton Piano instructor come from a variety of backgrounds, making it easy to find one that matches your interests and skill level. Each Piano instructor's specialties are listed on their profile, along with helpful details like teaching style, background, photos, student feedback, and ...

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