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Popular Piano Teachers Near Mooresville

Denise S.

Indianapolis, IN
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Janet B.

Indianapolis, IN
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Todd L.

Cicero, IN
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Denise S. Indianapolis, IN

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Choir, Classical Piano, Classical Voice, Composition, Flute, Gospel Singing, Improv Acting, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice, Spoken Word, Stage Performance, Theater Acting, Vocal Training, Voice Acting

About Me

My background is diverse. I have a Bachelor of Music Education (Major voice, Minor piano & flute) and a double Master’s Degree in Music Ministry and Theology, emphasis in Voice/ Drama. I have both directed and been in plays, musicals and operas as well as directed and coached other musical performances. Through the church I have led and performed in classical and contemporary instrumental and choral music and take great pleasure in ringing and leading handbells. Having taught privately for 20 years, I look forward to helping you grow in a lifelong love of any area you want to develop.

*** Lesson Details ***
Do you want to learn for your own pleasure, to improve your skills or perhaps to begin preparing for a career? Do you prefer a leisurely pace or want to accomplish goals faster? Everyone can learn and achieve what they want if they apply themselves!

You and I (or the parent) will first discuss what you are seeking to achieve. After our consultation I will select/ design a program suited for you. My teaching style is positive and encouraging with an emphasis on always moving forward. Your pace will be determined by what you seek to accomplish and your determination to go there.

My preference is that Vocal Lessons are best in children no younger than 10 years of age. Please consult Take Lessons before signing up a child younger than Age 10 for Singing Lessons with me.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Studio (room dedicated to teaching)
Clavinova piano keyboard (spinet model) with weighted keys (plays like a regular piano) and midi capabilities.
Parents can sit in on lesson: couch and chairs

*** Travel Equipment ***
They would provide piano or keyboard in a room without distraction or interruption. A music stand is necessary for voice and flute.

Janet B. Indianapolis, IN

Subjects Taught

Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Piano, Singing

About Me

Hi! My name is Janet, and I would like to be your new music lessons teacher! As a quick biography, I have 20+ years of experience teaching both piano and voice lessons. I have taught piano students from as young as 5 years old up to a wonderful lady who was a grandmother many times over, and voice students from 10 years old up to adults. I have taught students of all ability levels, from the most basic beginner to very advanced performers. I welcome you to come to my home studio. I have both a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Arts degree in Music from the University of Indianapolis. I retired in 2009 from teaching in the Indianapolis area public schools after 32 years of teaching elementary vocal/general/choral music.
As a student taking lessons with me, I will always put your desires as a musician first, and consider them to be the most important factor in guiding the progress of your lessons. While I will make basic assignments for you to practice for your next lesson, I am always open to including music that you would like to learn. If there is a particular style of music that you would like to study, or even a particular piece of music that you want to learn, please feel free to mention that to me, and I will do my best to find that music to add to your lessons. If at any time you have questions, requests, or comments, please either mention them to me at the lessons, or contact me by phone, text, or email.
I look forward to meeting you, talking with you about your desires and aspirations as a musician, and to guiding you and helping you to reach your goals.

*** Lesson Details ***
I will work with you to find the most convenient time for your lessons. Lessons are given in my home studio. While there will be basic material you will need to learn proficiently, you will be free to select the style of music you wish to study. I always tailor the lessons to suit the student's desires and aspirations as a musician.

*** Studio Equipment ***
office/studio space for lessons; spinet piano; electronic equipment available to play cassettes, CDs, videos, and DVDs either from my own library or yours to assist and/or augment the lessons

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect my piano students to own either a 3-4 octave keyboard, or a piano. They are also required to purchase any necessary materials (books, flashcards, etc.). I provide supplemental materials (teaching games, etc.).

*** Specialties ***
I use a variety of methods, mostly based on the goals of the students. For piano students, I prefer the Bastien Piano Basics method books. For voice student, I use a combination of methods developed by several different voice instructors.

Todd L. Cicero, IN

Subjects Taught

Bassoon, Broadway Singing, Clarinet, Drum, Flute, French Horn, Music Performance, Music Theory, Oboe, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Singing, Speaking Voice, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba

About Me

Music is my life, and is something that I want to share with others! Because of that, I try my best to give positive experiences to all of my students. I have a byline that says "Music is Much More than Just Learning Notes." I believe that! Anyone can learn notes, fingerings, etc. What I try to do is add that "soul" element that each person has and cultivate that into meaningful music!

So, with all that said, here's what I try to instill:

A lesson is a place to share! I listen to students as well as teach. We all have something we can learn from each other!

While I want lessons to be fun and informative, I strive for complete understanding, which means any student will gain the needed mechanics with complete knowledge of why things happen and what they do to and for music. From there, I attempt to teach the "soul" of music and how emotion and spirit play a huge part in memorable music.

I don't believe in brow-beating, but I also don't want to pass over things. I don't believe practice makes perfect, but I do believe practice increases awareness!

I really try hard to help students move beyond the notes on the page. We may listen to music and describe how it makes us feel, or paint pictures both physical and mental of what the music is showing us. That is where I see the soul stepping in.

My Education

As stated before, I started on a little Magnus Organ. My grandmother told me years later that I would listen to television jingles and then try to play them on the organ!

Once we settled in our permanant home, my parents brought home a piano and I began working first with Robert Warnick, a local music teacher in the schools. He taught scales and chords. Then, Midge Bishop took me through John Thompson Grade 3, but then had to move away. Finally, I studied under Victoria Hope, lasting 13 years until I went on to college. She taught me the fine art of piano by continually challenging me to approach each piece as an artwork. She had me use the music to paint the picture. Naturally, the element of the soul came through as I put color to music.

My Experience

Throughout my elementary through high school days, I immersed myself in band, choir and drama. I played piano at church starting very young. I then began trombone in the band during 4th grade. Upon entering high school, I joined choir and participated in marching band, concert band, pep band and jazz band. During those years, I picked up the rest of the brass instruments as needed by my band director. In choir, I excelled both in voice and on piano through accompaniment. Later in high school, I joined up with the drama department where we ultimately had the opportunity to write our own musical. By the time I entered college, I had mastered all the brass instruments, piano and snare drum.

During college, I participated in the marching band, wind ensemble, jazz band, pep band, trombone choir, several pit orchestras, and the symphony orchestra. I also participated in the choir.

Since that time, I have mastered the woodwinds, organ, drum set guitar and bass guitar and a little violin. I have over 25 years experience teaching lessons. They occurred off and on throughout my younger days.

Subjects Taught

Private lessons on all instruments and voices, Music Theory, Music History, Art History, Architectural History, Acting, set building, lighting and sound.


Piano, Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Baritone, Tuba, Voice, alto and tenor saxophone, percussion

Formal Education

1984-89 Bachelor of Science in K-12 Music Education
(Choral, Instrumental and General)
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana

1991-95 Master of Divinity in Theology and Ministry
Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, Indiana

Ages Taught

5 through 114 (I haven't seen anyone older, have you?) I believe it is a good idea that a child can read the written word. Reading music occurs in similar ways.

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I ask lots of questions so I can get to know you better. This is also an opportunity for you ask questions of me. At the beginning, I encourage parents to attend so they can see what these lessons entail. I give you assignments to work with and then you play them for me to receive praise and constructive suggestions. I also try to challenge my students to move beyond the normal curriculum to play other things that interest them.

Depending on the instrument and the experience you have helps me determine what curriculum I want to use. Again, I cater my lessons to the needs you have and by how you like to learn!

After 3 to 6 mos, I hope you have a good working knowledge of how music works and are now moving into intermediate level work. However, each student is different and work a different speeds. My main goal is for you to feel successful whenever you leave my studio!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Baby Grand Piano, electronic Keyboard, Drum Set, Snare Drum

Don C.

Indianapolis, IN
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Linda C.

Indianapolis, IN
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Jon E. G.

Carmel, IN
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Don C. Indianapolis, IN

Subjects Taught

Clarinet, Flute, French Horn, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Saxophone, Singing, Songwriting, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba

About Me

Don grew up in Indianapolis, and began his musical interest in church as a 9 year old. "Most everyone sang the melody during the song service, and I wanted to be different. So I started picking out parts to sing by ear." His first formal music began in the fifth grade when he took up the trumpet. From there he became involved in band and choir in high school and went on to major in music at Tennessee Temple College in Chattanooga. Later he earned a master's degree in music from Butler University, and studied voice and choral conducting at Pensacola Christian College for 2 summers.

He has traveled across most of the eastern United States as part of a college ensemble from 3 different colleges. He has performed in and directed numerous church musicals as well as performing in 2 college musicals.

Don has been a church music director, and has taught elementary, Jr. High and High School band and choir for 10 years. His own formal lessons have been in piano, trumpet, voice, and guitar, but Don studied all the band instruments in order to teach young band members to better play their instrument. He has also taught music on the college level for 15 years in courses such as voice, piano, trumpet, music history, music theory, etc.

Don is also a composer and arranger of numerous sacred choral pieces, and has written 4 Christmas cantatas, complete with drama.

Don and his wife have three sons, all of which followed his example and earned degrees in music, and are now active in performing or teaching music.

*** Lesson Details ***
I believe that classical literature is an important basis for any music lessons. But I also want students to perform music that they enjoy. So I use a balance of both. For beginners, I use the basic methods books, but within a few weeks try to bring in music that the student will enjoy.

I believe one of the most important aspects of teaching music, is to create a love of music in the student. To be successful a student must practice because his/she loves music, not because he/she is forced to prepare for a lesson.

Subjects taught- voice, piano, trumpet, trombone, baritone (euphonium), french horn, tuba, clarinet, saxophone, music theory, music history, song writing.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Piano, band instruments, recording equipment

*** Specialties ***
Sacred music, classical

Linda C. Indianapolis, IN

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About Me

I graduated from Ball State University where I majored in piano with a B.S. in Music Education. I have accompanied choirs, soloists, and small ensembles most of my life. I have also played piano and organ for area churches.

Piano lessons are a time to learn how to play the piano (technique) as well as music history and theory. I use many piano methods but mainly use the Faber piano teaching method, "Piano Adventures" as well as the Hal Leonard method. I try to teach music in a way that it will be as much fun for the students as possible. I have monthly contests with prizes, too.

Learning to play piano shouldn't be a chore. It should be joyful, fulfilling and easy. It's learning a new language that can open other doors in our world.

*** Lesson Details ***
I teach beginner piano students, ages 6 and up as well as the adult beginner. I gear the length of the lesson to the student's age. There is a waiting area for parents with off-street parking available. I encourage parents to be an active part of their student's piano lessons and have room for parents to be in the room with their child during the lesson.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Casio Celviano piano

Jon E. G. Carmel, IN

Subjects Taught

Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Country Guitar, Guitar, Jazz Voice, Music Performance, Music Recording, Piano, Singing

About Me

Being one of the few instructors and music coaches I have a professional resume and experience that only a few instructors in the world can say they possess.  Toured or shared the national and international stage with...
John Mellencamp, Ted Nugent, Rare Earth, Kid Rock, Willie Nelson, Cheryl Crow just to name a few.  The students I have instructed and coached and consulted with, many have gone on to teach themselves and/or become professional working musicians. I am the right instructor for you. I teach all levels and skill sets and ages... with your desire and positive attitude, I can help you achieve your musical dreams a reality.

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