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I teach piano and music with the Alfred's Basic Piano books. I have yet to find a better set a books to help someone learn piano.
I've been playing piano for over 20 years and love to help people. I love music and want to share my love of music with others.
*** Studio Equipment ***
living room w/ a baby grand piano and seating for parents
*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect them to have their own piano and piano books. I can provide rewards.
I have 14 years of experience in classical piano and I absolutely love to teach music! When teaching piano, I strive to help my students obtain a solid understanding of the piano, and help them build skills in reading, performance, proper practice techniques, and musical techniques. I also introduce them to a wide variety of repertoire and implement ear training and theory into my lessons so they can become a well-rounded musician. My students are also able to apply what they have learned to their specific musical interests. I teach with a mixture of the Kodaly and Dalcroze methods, and I believe in engaging my students visually, auditorialy, and kinesthetically, so they can have the best learning experience possible!
*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide a portable grand keyboard if I am traveling to a lesson. I have plenty of electric guitars and amplifiers available.
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I focus on visual, kinesthetic, and aural techniques and practices in my lessons, to build a solid foundation, understanding, and love for music. I am very interested in Kodaly's method of inner hearing and music literacy. I also use ideas from Dalcroze and Orff to make sure my students become well-rounded. I strive to teach at the best of my ability, work hard, and share my love for music with others.
Take piano lessons with me and you will be playing music in no time! You will develop strong technique and music reading skills which will allow you to learn the music you want to effortlessly. It's my goal to make piano fun and rewarding for students of all ages!
I am a guitarist, composer and teacher specializing in classical guitar and Latin American music. I have loved music for all of my life and my primary expression of that love is playing guitar. I currently teach private guitar lessons, lecture at San Bernardino Valley College and work as a freelance performer in the Inland Empire and greater Los Angeles area.
I began my study of music at the age of thirteen when I taught myself how to play folk, rock and blues guitar. Though, to be honest, I didn't just teach myself. I had many friends who played guitar who would show me songs or correct mistakes in the songs I had learned from the internet. I remember thinking that music had a special ability to bring people together, and I became determined to understand what exactly it was that ...
From beginning to advanced, a student will learn how to manage their time for daily practice, and how to practice effectively and efficiently. All styles of music are taught; the sky is the limit. Sight reading, practice, performance, and technique are key foci of my teaching style.
I'm a piano player with over a decade of experience, and have been teaching lessons for around eight years or so. I graduated with honors from California State University, San Bernardino, in 2008, with degrees in both Music Education and Music Composition.I have an affinity for Central and Eastern European Piano music and I currently play two Sundays a month at Spirit of Hope Church in San Bernardino. My teaching style runs the gamut of the piano repertoire -- from classical to broadway to jazz to the commercial music arena -- and my teaching revolves around the importance of notation and the printed page.I was originally a guitar player and have taught guitar to students as well, again, placing great emphasis on notated music, as it's far easier to move from the printed page to ...
Victoria is a graduate of the University of Redlands, having completed a double major in
both Music Performance and Music Education in 2012. In 2013, Victoria also received her Single Subject California Teaching Credential through the University of Redlands. She is an active performer and regularly plays with Redlands Symphony Orchestra. She has also played with the Dana Point Symphony, Pacific Symphony, Riverside Lyric Opera, California Philharmonic, and countless other ensembles and chamber groups. Before
studying with Sara Andon, Victoria had the privilege of studying under Florence
Estrin and Mary Bestgen. Throughout her studies, she has also participated in
master classes with Jim Walker, Walfrid Kujala, Tracy Harris, Thomas
Robertello, and Paul Edmund-Davies. On top of being an ...
I start you off with David Carr Glover's "Piano Primer," and then progress into book 1 of the series or John Thompson's First Grade course, depending on student preference. At the same time you will near music theory and piano technique. I am flexible and will help students learn pieces/songs outside of the book, such as pop, Broadway, and religious music.
I am a California State University San Bernardino student majoring in music with an emphasis in music history and liberal studies with an emphasis in arts and humanities. I aspire to become a music librarian and desire to continue sharing my love of music with the community through teaching and performance. I have performed in numerous recitals at my university and also play piano at my church once a week. I especially enjoy teaching kids, but I've taught piano to people of all ages, from young to old. I am a warm, caring, encouraging, approachable person who allows my students to feel comfortable learning from me. The relationship between student and teacher is important, because it makes the learning process even more meaningful and worthwhile. I look forward to helping you ...
"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."