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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1977
Teaches students 5 and up
Jeff P.Book Now
I craft a unique blend of traditional, technical and modern instruction. I also encourage my students to compose, arrange and record their own music using composition and scoring software such as Musescore. I tailor their repertoire toward their own needs and tastes, while endeavoring to broaden their (and my!) exposure to all genre of piano literature. Above all, I am a firm believer that piano instruction should (no, MUST!) be fun, yet disciplined. I take an interest in all aspects of my student's lives, and endeavor as much as possible to connect personally with student and family.
Like many of you, I began formal piano training at the age of 6. That was 60 years ago, and so I have played just about every style of music in the books (including Mario Bros. and Star Wars Theme!). For some of you, I have been playing since your grandparents were kids like you, and for others,
Teaching since 1980
Bachelor of Arts from Calvin College
Patricia B.Book Now
Music lessons can help your child show advanced brain development, establish incredible memory skills, improve math and reading levels, and bring social confidence and enjoyment. As an elementary school teacher and Mom of five grown kids, I passionately believe that every child will benefit from piano lessons. In an atmosphere of respect and fun, I build a strong foundation of note reading, music theory, ear training, sight reading, and technique with a custom learning plans suited to each student.
I have been playing the piano for over forty years for churches and schools. I am passionate about helping beginner and intermediate students grow cognitively and socially through music. As a retired elementary school teacher, my strengths are assessing where a student is and creating a plan that s
Bachelor's of Music Education from New York University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 3 to 15
Hi! My name is Alena and I'm studying music education at New York University. I have lots of experience both in music and tutoring, and would love the opportunity to help you or your child understand the inner workings of music theory!
UPDATE: I'm now giving lessons remotely over FaceTime, Skype, or Zoom! Send me a message, even if you're not in the area. Learn a new skill during quarantine! I've been playing the flute for 8 years, and am studying music with a concentration in flute at New York University. I have lots of experi
BA of Music concentration in Voice from CSULB
Teaches students 3 and up
Kay B.Book Now
I have been teaching piano for over twenty years. I specialize in classical and pop. I love teaching babies and young children but I teach all ages. Piano is the hardest instrument. I try to make every lesson fun while still providing structure and a little bit of strictness. I use the Mark Nevin, Schaum, and Little Mozart series. I have tons of music to share for students that need to branch out and don't know what to play. Piano is my passion. I love sharing my love for this instrument with others.
I have been teaching Piano for 20 years now. I have taught students from age 2 1/2 - Adult. I was self-taught when I was a kid and begun taking formal lessons as a very young adult in my early twenties. I graduated from CSULB with my BA in Music with a concentration on Voice. As a Music major, you
Speaks English, Bulgarian
Bachelors in Music Performance, Flute from Pensacola Christian College
Awarded Concerto competition from Pensacola Christian College
In addition to teaching standard classical material, I love to guide my students into improvising and creating their own music. I have MA in Music Performance and play the flute at the Northwest Florida Symphony, as well as for weddings, funerals, and churches. I have more than 10 years of experience in both performing the flute and piano and 10 years of experience in teaching them, in addition to saxophone, violin, and viola. My passion is to see others become amazing musicians and bring beautiful music into this world!
My name is Yoana Hilt and music is my passion. I've been playing since I was 12 years old and truly believe that a life filled with music is a life most enriched. My specialty is piano, flute, saxophone, violin, and viola instruction. Nothing else on earth sounds as good or comes as close to the in
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2008
Nicki T.Book Now
Nicki began playing piano at six. She had a passion for music and continued playing to play in the GMTA State Piano competition. After completing her degree at the University of Pennsylvania, she continued to play and teach.
Nicki has been an elementary school teacher for 10 years and loves working with children. She uses the Bastien method for her beginning students. She enjoys working with children who are beginning to learn piano. She likes to make her lessons fun and engaging.
Nicki teaches to share her passion of music. She helps her students to develop their ear, sight-reading, and comprehension. She works to create well-rounded students, sharpening their theory and expanding their musical skills. She lives in beautiful Carmel Valley with her son who is in high school and is a talented artist.
Nicki began playing piano at six. She had a passion for music and continued playing to play in the GMTA State Piano competition. After completing her degree at the University of Pennsylvania, she continued to play and teach. Nicki has been an elementary school teacher for 10 years and loves workin
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