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I teach piano and music theory from my home studio in Sugarhouse. I am accepting new students Monday through Friday, 9 am-8 pm. My students are given practicing incentives and the opportunity to participate in yearly recitals. All levels are welcome, ages 3 and up.
After studying piano intensively my entire life, I began teaching piano to children when I was 16. I have continued teaching piano ever since and have loved it as a means to teach children not only a new instrument, but also music theory, ear training, and sight singing. Music is an invaluable tool for children as they progress through life.
Students are guided through basic piano technique and theory through a series of method books depending on the level of the student. I enjoy using the Hal Leonard series for my beginning through intermediate students.
Please note that I only teach piano students at their home location. Students must have regular access to a piano.
I teach voice, piano and flute to a myriad of students from all ages! I specialize in a plethora of genres in all three instruments. I am eager to help you or your child learn the joy that comes through music!
Please note some exceptions to those ages under my specialties. Piano students are only taught in their homes and voice students must be older than age 11. Message me personally if you have any exception questions.
I have taught for 3 years and used various methods with a number of students. I typically teach males and females ages 6 to 12, but can do any age. I love to have fun while learning and make sure to incorporate that into my lessons. When I was a teacher, I had a treasure chest of goodies, we played so many fun games and activities, I did group lessons once a month, created charts to show student's progress and of course had 2 recitals a year so the students could show off their progress to their family and friends. Please note that I teach piano lessons at a church building, and all the other subjects I teach are taught in my home. It is required that students have their own piano or keyboard to practice on daily.
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My name is Chelsea Hamling and I have a huge love for music! I grew up in California and lived there for most of my life and then moved to Nevada (Reno area) and lived there for the last 8 years. I went on to complete 2 years of college in Idaho and there I took a class on piano teaching. I had a student I was assigned to for the semester and we had an end of the year recital.
I started playing the piano at the young age of 7 and I instantly grew to love it. I took lessons for 6 years until I had to move. When I moved to Nevada, I wanted to follow in my previous teacher's footsteps and become a piano teacher. I started teaching during high school at the age of 15 and taught until I went to college when I was 18. I was nervous at first, but it became just ...
I am first and foremost a cello teacher, but I have a very diverse background. I have played in five jazz ensembles, eight orchestras, and a few bands here and there. I've attended three universities and have learned from many different teachers and teaching styles. In addition to the cello, I play the piano, guitar, bass guitar, drums and double bass proficiently. I've been teaching on and off for the last eight years, and have come to love teaching lessons 1-on-1. I first attended USF studying cello performance, then BYU-Idaho studying cello performance. I am currently at BYU in Provo studying commercial music.
The most important Part of my teaching - "Hand Positioning and Proper Touch".
Specific instructional method of hand positioning based on muscle structures, physiology of playing (how the arms and body function). Strength of my method - ability to prevent tension, awareness of weight technique and tone production. Students advance quickly and enjoy playing classical masterpieces
Karine R. graduated from Komitas State Conservatory in Armenia, where she received her Master and Doctoral degrees in Piano Performance and Pedagogy in 1997.
She participated in Tchaikovsky International Competition in 1998, Moscow , Russia, and Busoni International Piano Competition in 1999, Bolzano, Italy.
Ms. Karine Rafael taught piano in Komitas State Conservatory, Yerevan, Armenia.
She had numerous recitals in Armenia, Russia, Italy and USA.
Over 25 years of teaching experience .
I have been playing the piano for 17 years and have taught for roughly 1 year. I had 7 students who went from having no knowledge of piano or musical theory whatsoever to being able to read music and understand basic musical theory. My students loved taking piano lessons from me because I provided a fun, relaxing environment where students can learn to love playing the piano.
Hi! My name is Kylie and I would love to teach your child to play the piano! I have been playing the piano since I was 5 years old, and taking lessons since I was 7. I taught for a year in high school to several children in my neighborhood, and I absolutely loved it. Music is a very important part of my life, and I would love to help you introduce your child to the beauty that is playing the piano.
As a baby, my father would sit me on his lap and let me pound on the keys to my heart's content. We have been playing the piano together ever since. I believe that music can benefit our lives in so many ways, such as academically and emotionally. I know that my learning to play the piano has taught me so much, and I hope I can help your child do the same.
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."