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Cindi Cl.

Gainesville, FL

About Cindi

Hi, my name is Cindi C., and I have loved music for as long as I can remember! As a child I loved to sing with the radio, and belt out hymns as loud as I could from the backyard. My mom enrolled me
in dance class at the age of 3, and I loved dancing and performing! At age 7, a classmate played the piano in our music class one day, and I fell in love with it! I started taking lessons on the piano, and 3 years later started learning how to play the flute. In high school I started teaching piano lessons, and have been doing it on and off for about 30 years. My years of experience have definitely helped me to become a better teacher. I try my best to be very patient and compassionate with my students, and I tailor the lessons to meet their individual needs and goals. I want my students to have fun at their lessons, so I will play music games with them to help them memorize notes on the staff and rhythms. I also try to find out what music they like, and find music or write music that they would enjoy learning to play.

When I was in high school I decided I wanted to major in music at college and began working toward that goal. I won a piano accompaniment scholarship at Northeast Missouri State University ( now called Truman State University), and there I majored in music education. Piano was my main instrument, and flute was my secondary instrument. I played my flute in marching and concert band, accompanied many different soloists on the piano as well as our show choir, and sang in the acapella choir. I have been playing and performing ever since! Now I teach a children's choir at my church, play the flute in our church orchestra, and play in the Gainesville Flute choir. I enjoy teaching both the piano and the flute to young and old alike! I would love to share my joy of music with you!

*** Lesson Details ***
Our lessons will be a time of fun and creative ways to learn to play the music that you love! Our first lesson we will talk about your goals, and then I will recommend music methods based on those goals.

I tailor the lessons to fit each child or adults individual needs and wants. I use flashcards and play games to help you to learn your music facts, and also use a music theory book to help you learn basic music symbols and notes.

By about 6 months, you will be able to play simple pieces, be able to keep a steady beat, and know the notes on both the bass and treble clefs. At this point, I will recommend some easy solo books based on the music you would most like to play. Or if you have some favorite songs you would like to learn, I will write out the melody with a simple chord accompaniment in the left hand for you to play. You will continue to progress through the piano method levels, and we will continue to add different elements to your lessons, such as learning scales and how to play different styles of music.

I want our lessons to be fun and interesting for you, so I will do my best to help you find the music that you will enjoy playing!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lessons in the living room, piano

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect my students to have their own instrument or piano/full size keyboard. I can get their music books, but would like to be reimbursed for them. I will bring my own metronome/tuner, and if they don't have their own stand, I will bring one with me.

*** Specialties ***
I have used the Bastien method and Piano Adventures by Nancy and Randall Faber for Piano. I have used Trevor Wye for teaching flute.


Hailey H. October 9, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
She very good piano teacher.
Catherine T. March 16, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Cindi is a remarkable music teacher. She is patient and works well with children of various ages. The lessons are interactive and incorporate fun with learning. Professional and kid friendly!!
RebeccaB March 6, 2014
Wonderful teacher

Cindi is a wonderful flute instructor. She is very patient and kind.. When I need to reschedule a lesson, she does not hesitate to accommodate me. She is well knowledgeable with the musical instrument and music and is able to answer any question I present to her . I always look forward to my lessons with her.
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Cindi Cl.

Cindi Cl.

Gainesville, FL 32605
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$30 / 30-min

jonathan L.

Ocala, FL

About jonathan

I have 30 + years of experience in music
Studied electronic music at NVCC as well as harmony theory
Played in Rock trio in CT throughout the 90's
Studied music theory/jazz for 3 years with Linc Cha
Performed solo jazz guitar at vineyards and pubs in northern virginia for the last 7 years
Taught both privately and thru music stores since 1993 (only career from 1998-2004)
Full knowledge of scales, modes harmony theory, chord substitutions
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jonathan L.

jonathan L.

Ocala, FL 34470
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$30 / 30-min

Cameron T.

Gainesville, FL

About Cameron

Greetings. My name is Cameron. I am a piano accompanist for the Santa Fe College, as well as for the University of Florida (just hired on), and I have 16 years of piano experience, 8 years of teachi
ng experience. My experience in teaching includes beginning private lessons at the age of 12. At that age, I had originally been teaching for free, but due to high satisfaction from my students' parents, they decided to pay me anyway.

My performance history includes performing my first concert venue at the age of 13 to raise funds for Relay for Life. I have participated in various competitions, including achieving ranks of among the top performers for my age at the time in the state of Florida. I have been featured on TV for various smaller concerts, as well.

My teaching style is unlike most. I teach with classical technique, expect self discipline, and train my students to become the best that they can be. I specifically teach my students techniques and material that specifically fit their needs to become a better performer.
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Cameron T.

Cameron T.

Gainesville, FL 32606
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$30 / 30-min

Christine C.

Gainesville, FL

About Christine

Hello! My name is Christine Chun and I would be more than happy to meet with you guys! I am a first year student at UF! I've been teaching private lessons since 2014. I got accepted to a lot of presti
gious colleges including UCLA, UC Berkeley, University of Michigan, Emory University, and University of Texas at Austin. I have helped children, elementary, middle school, and high school students! I love talking to people, helping them with the best of my ability, and meeting new people. I am very easy to talk to and friendly!

Contact me for any level of math, ACT, college help, Korean(first language), or any fun stuff like drawing and painting!
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Christine C.

Christine C.

Gainesville, FL 32608
starting at
$20 / 30-min

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