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Students will experience a full music theory and reading music notation. For beginners, teacher will choose book based upon the student age and ability and parents will pay for the instructional book. For advanced students, If you have books already, we can work out of them or I can recommend an advanced book for you.
Piano teacher with 25 years experience. Piano, keyboard and organ available. In studio or online lessons available. Beginner, intermediate, advanced students of all ages welcomed.
35 yrs experience teaching piano....jazz, classical, popular,
and standard. Also accompanying exp that I can help teach
the prospective student. Accompany choirs, big name entertainment!
MA Music Ed, 1992
I've been teaching music for over 10 years. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to begin reading playing fun single line short songs and as time goes on you'll be able to play beautiful songs with both hands. I specialize in classical, Jazz, Rock, and Klezmer style music, and I typically use the Alfreds Method books. I also place strong emphasis on reading, rhythm, and finger placement, and I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!
Hello potential student!! I am a recent college graduate from the University of South Florida. I am comfortable teaching anything students would like to learn in regards to the piano: keys and chords, rhythm, musical notation, proper technique, theory, etc. I have studied piano since I was 8 years old. I have taught music and percussion mainly through marching bands at 2 different high schools in the past. I was in a local band in Tampa for 2.5 years which was very close to obtaining a major record deal. So I have experience performing on several stages with a blues/rock band. I composed an instrumental album as well, which features some soundtrack-type music that I love.
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