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I've studied with more than 5 doctorates of piano in addition to world class piano educators such as Ellis Marsalis, Dr. John Valerio, Dr. Dylan Savage, among others.
I differentiate between concepts and skills, while stressing the importance of mastering both. As important as it is to understand the intervolic relationships in something like the major scale, this knowledge does little for the pianist if she or he cannot pick out the notes to the different scales in real time. In observing that each person demonstrates unique learning patterns and abilities, I have learned that some people will come to understand the conceptual through mastery of memorized tasks while some will succeed with technical mastery only after achieving some conceptual understanding.
I LOVE the piano and enjoy teaching others to play as well. Whether you have never touched a piano in your life or you have been taking lessons for years I come to the table with 20 years of playing experience and look forward to helping you attain your musical goals!
I Teach sacred, new age/pop, and classical piano. I believe a well rounded musical mind is important! The student will be responsible for the cost of the lesson book we will use for piano lessons.
I teach piano to students of all ages and levels. I try to make it fun while helping you to reach your goals. Whether you want to play for enjoyment or play in recitals or bands, we can get you where you want to be. The type of music studied (classical, pop, jazz) depends on the student. If there is no preference, I encourage learning different genres.
I've played piano for over 17 years and have taught since 2006. I've passed all 8 levels of ABRSM with distinction and have won multiple SYMF awards in numerous years in.
My beginner students usually start with basics (i.e. scales & bastien) and a few difficult songs they'd like to tackle over the long term.
My intermediate students continue with (i.e. Hanon & Czerny) with a more classical focus
My advance students dive more into theory & composition with jam sessions.
Let's have fun!
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