Basic music skills and reading. Fingering, scales and beginning songs for students to start building their piano skills,
My name is Jennifer. I got my degree in vocal performance and minored in Jazz. I began voice lessons myself when I was eight. I am a mezzo soprano, and can teach both female and male voices. I have performed in several opera productions including but not limited to The Marriage of Figaro, Dido and Aeneus, Tenderland, and Hand of Bridge. I have worked and performed in masterworks by Brahms, Chopin, Mozart to name a few. I studied in French, English, Spanish, Italian, and German. I studied diction, ear training, piano, music history, pedagogy, and music theory. I have also performed with artists such as New York Voices, Bobby Mcferrin and Kurt Elling. I was blessed with many learning opportunities to grow in my passion and I would love to pass that knowledge and passion to anyone who wants ...
I teach both classical, theater, pop and rock music. I can also teach the blues. I like any genre of music, so I feel confident that I can assist a student in learning whatever song they like.
I have always loved music. For me, the process of making music gives me the opportunity to lose myself in the moment. It does not matter what type of music I am listening to, I will find a connection to the music. I exhibited an interest in music at an early age. On many Saturday afternoons my mom would find me planted in front of the television set watching opera. So, it came as no surprise to family members that mom enrolled me in music lessons, singing lessons to follow. Throughout my teens I found myself involved in anything related to music. I sang in the school choir, as well as background choral work in musicals and even played the piano occasionally. I also had the opportunity to sing with a group called "Up with People," and performed some of their repertoire around ...
With a talent for getting kids started with music in a fun way, while still teaching them skills that are valuable (such as reading music), I can help you (or your child) blossom into a fantastic musician.
I have a very flexible style of teaching which accommodates just about anyone. If you are a visual learner, I adapt to teach you in a way that is most effective, rather than to stick to one methodology and expect you to adapt your learning style.
This keeps lessons fun and the learning curve very high.
My interest in music began when I was about 8 years old and learned to play the piano. A few years later, I joined the middle school band and fell in love with the trombone. I've played the trombone almost everyday for 17 years and I'm now a member of the prestigious US Air Force Band in Washington D.C. I have a passion for teaching that is rarely matched. I love seeing the light bulb turn on when a student begins to understand specific concepts that unlock the next level of musicianship. This inspires me to keep inspiring the student! I'm one of the most patient teachers, not minding if a student is working hard but has trouble grasping something. I'll work through it many different ways until it clicks. I taught freshman level music theory and ear-training at the ...
I not only focus on reading, technique and theory but how these subjects relate to the music you listen to.
I believe music is a language and is understood best in context of of what music you enjoy on a daily basis, that way you can play along.
I like to structure my lessons around the student, focusing on their goals and aspirations.
Miles was born in Bogota, Colombia, but raised in Annapolis, MD. Early in life he began to take classical piano lessons, but after 9 years, guitar became his instrument of choice. He then went on to graduate from Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor's Degree in Professional Music. His time at Berklee has allowed Miles to play in venues all around the Boston/Cambridge area. He has been teaching around NOVA for 3 years.
Experienced piano teacher of eight years available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of piano skills. I typically use Alfred's Basic books and also have the following tools available to use during lessons: flash cards and a metronome. I work with my students on sight reading as well as ear training so they can become better players over time.
Hi there! My name is Hanaa. I have a Bachelor degree in Music Education and have worked as a classroom teacher and a private tutor for eight years. I am patient, passionate, self-motivated and responsible teacher. I am also an effective instructor with the ability to create a fun-filled atmosphere and develop strong rapport with students and parents. I teach piano, guitar, and violin. I look forward to meeting and teaching you!
I have been teaching Piano in an individual or a group format since 2008 when I was still in college.
I offer best-in-class piano learning experience to various age ranges, ethnic groups, and skill levels (from the very beginning to the most advanced).
Special curriculum includes (but not limited to): Music Theory, Sight Reading and Ear Training, Technical Skill Practicing, Classical Music Repertoire, and Pop Music Repertoire
Teaching philosophy: I believe music teaching is not just about transferring of skills, but more importantly, it is about making students enjoy the learning process and preparing them for a lifetime of music making, critical listening, and appreciation.
Composer and pianist Yingran T. began her music studies with piano lessons at age six. She made her solo recital debut in her native Beijing at the age of twelve and as a young student was a frequent prizewinner in local events. Ms. T. received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of China in 2010. A desire for more advanced training led her to Baltimore’s Peabody Institute, from which she received a Masters degree in music composition in 2014. While at Peabody she continued to pursue training in solo piano as well. Notable teachers include Dr. Jiayin Shen and Dr. Geoffrey Wright. An experienced teacher in both China and the United States, Ms. T. has taught in both classroom and individual lesson settings. She currently balances her varied interests in music as
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Have you always wanted to play the piano? We’re here to help! Get started with these 20 video tutorials hosted by San Diego, CA piano teacher Jordan M, one of our expert instructors with TakeLessons.com. In this free video series, you’ll get an introduction to the instrument and learn a few easy exercises to get you reading music and understanding rhythm!
Intro to the Piano: Learn about the parts of the piano and how to find the all-important Middle C.
Learn about proper posture, hand placement, and other beginner essentials.
Learn about the treble and bass clefs, and tips for remembering the notes on the piano.
Learn what all those sharps and flats really mean, and how to decode your music.
Follow along to master quarter notes, quarter rests, and half rests.
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