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About David L.

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Windermere, FL
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My desire to teach resonates from my past experiences. I want to guide my students, and guide them through their musical development. I want to share my story and push my students to do better and aim for excellence. More than anything, I want my students to know that they can overcome any obstacle in their way and realize their musical dreams. Whether it be big, or small.
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Thaddeus February 17, 2019
· Guitar · In home
David is a great teacher!
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Pascal July 14, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
David showed me great motivation on what i can do and will learn. He also gave me lots of compliments and made me feel like i've been playing guitar for a year! He gave me lots of tips and this is the teacher that makes learning fun!
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Favian A. March 29, 2016
· Guitar · In home
Perfect Teacher for my son !!
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David L.

Windermere, FL 34786
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$24 / 30-min

About Pepina D.

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Winter Park, FL

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About Pepina
I am a laid back teacher and I try to be flexible in every aspect of my teaching. I try to make fun every lesson for a student. I give the students to play some familiar easy songs in order to improve their playing skills.

*** Lesson Details ***
My teaching methods are the Suzuki and the classical teaching method. The Suzuki method is based on learning the music by imitation of the teacher and later learning the music alphabet while the classical methods (such as the Essential Elements for Strings-M. Allen) emphasize parallel work on learning the notes and playing songs. I expect that after three months my students learn a basic technique of playing their instruments, to be able to read the notes, and play at descent level (which would correspond to the level of the Suzuki book 1 or the Essential Elements for Strings book 1-M. Allen
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*** Studio Equipment ***
piano in the Florida music studio, I have a piano at home,

*** Travel Equipment ***
I will give information to my students regarding the instrument and other important equipment.

*** Specialties ***
I teach Suzuki and classical method (Essential Elements for strings by M. Allen).
Through the Suzuki method young children master basic musical skills, improve listening ability, and acquire physical comfort with their instrument and with performing. Intermediate and advanced students learn to read music, improve technical proficiency, and play skill specific repertoire.
Essential Elements for strings is designed to guide students gradually through the development of pedagogical and musical techniques necessary to become a proficient, well-rounded musician through a carefully planned succession of pieces.
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katherina July 12, 2017
· Viola · In home
Pepina was direct and very clearly communicated what she wanted me to do. She told me when I was doing things right and helped me when I was doing things wrong.
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Floyd G. September 30, 2016
· Violin · In studio
Ms Pepina is a very pleasant and knowledgeable Teacher; I was at complete ease throughout the lesson.
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Silma P. February 2, 2016
· Piano · In home
My son love her.. He has learned a lot since he has been going to her for lessons
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Pepina D.

Winter Park, FL 32792
(3)
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$35 / 30-min

About Helen Q.

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Summerfield, FL

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About Helen
I have over 40 years of playing piano for enjoyment and as accompanist for several musical productions and choral groups, and, 10 years of teaching experience. I can teach children or adults, and beginner to intermediate is my specialty. I also have experience with teaching special needs children (ADHD and Autism). HOME SCHOOLERS don't forget - I am available to come to your home to fulfill your music requirements!

*** Lesson Details ***
As a busy mom of four children, I can fully appreciate your time as very valuable. That is why I will come to YOUR home for YOUR piano lesson. I will make it as convenient as possible for you - daytime, afternoon or evening! I love to have fun while teaching. Laughter is part of the great time we will have! I adore watching the student learn and grasp the concepts of piano and duets are a great way t
o get both of us involved. Each student is an individual and pace will vary with each student. We will learn using the Faber's Piano Adventure series of books. Our time will be used for learning a lesson or two from the book, a performance piece is worked on until perfected, and piano theory will be learned along the way. You will need to practice everyday and everything will noted in a workbook. Either if you have been away from the piano and need a refresher or you have the desire to learn, I am ready for you with my total interactive method.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Have a keyboard I can bring and extra books

*** Travel Equipment ***
I have a keyboard and extra books I can bring with me. I can shop for the books so they don't have to. They just need to pay for the books and I get them. Convenience is my goal for you.

*** Specialties ***
Faber Music Adventures
Beginner-Intermediate Students
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Sharyn March 9, 2019
· Piano · In home
I couldn't have asked for a nicer or more talented teacher. Helen knows so much about piano playing and she is teaching me at my speed, that's important.
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Marcia B. November 29, 2018
· Piano · In home
Helen is very patient. She encouraged me to push myself. Good lesson.
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James June 19, 2018
· Piano · In home
“Helen is phenomenal. She understands how to connect with children. what a great teacher. She will be missed tremendously.”
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Helen Q.

Summerfield, FL 34491
(5)
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$30 / 30-min

About Lily L.

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Orlando, FL

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About Lily
Hello!

I am a 2014 graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Development and Education. I have completed 2 internships, both in 1st grade, then taught Kindergarten in Seminole county Schools for one year and have since discovered my love for teaching in one-on-one situations. I believe that building relationships is an important and integral part of effective teaching, and the learning stems from that.

I have a passion for music, and have been playing flute since 2003, piano since 1998, and ukulele since 201.

**FLUTE**

I played the flute throughout middle and high school, and I continue playing for weddings, holiday performances, church functions, etc. to this day. I have consistently auditioned for All-County performances all throughout middle and high school with flu
te, and have received top positions.

**PIANO**

I have been playing piano since 1998, taken piano lessons for 7 years, and performed in several recitals. Now I mostly play for fun. My favorite piano songs to play are TV, Movie, and Video Game themes!

**UKULELE/GUITAR**

I have taught myself guitar and ukulele and have performed in a few festivals and coffee shops around Orlando. When I was teaching, I often brought my instruments with me to play for my kindergarten class!

I write music as well with my twin sister - we enjoy writing electronic/indie/pop music together.

I've also enjoyed venturing into the world of graphic design, and since Fall 2015, have been running my own tiny little design business with a few clients here and there. I've taught myself how to use adobe photoshop and illustrator to create social media graphics, logos, flyers, and t-shirt designs.

I currently work from home doing graphic design as well as teaching music lessons.

**LOCATION**

I am located in College Park near downtown Orlando.

**TEACHING STYLE**

My teaching style is laidback and casual in nature. I believe the most productive learning comes through relationships, trust, and fun! My philosophy is to focus on you. What kind of music do you enjoy and what do you need to get the most out of your lessons? I strive in cozy, safe feeling environments and hope to create a welcoming space for our lesson time. (Check out my pictures to see my lesson space!)

I see myself as a facilitator - I will teach you the foundations of your chosen instrument and what you need to know I will be by your side to encourage and help you. But... you will put in most of the work! You get out of lessons what you put into them - for this reason I highly encourage daily practice! Even if it is just 5-10 minutes a day.

**LESSON DETAILS**

Piano lessons will be held in my home in Orlando (college park). I do require a purchase of a piano book depending on your skill level (about $5-10 on amazon), and notebook in order for me to write down what to practice for the following week. If I am traveling to you, you will need to have a piano or keyboard available for lessons.

Flute lessons will be held in my house in Orlando or online (via TakLessons Classroom, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, or Skype). You will need to have your own flute for lessons and practice. I will also have you purchase a fairly cheap lesson book on amazon (book will be depending on your skill level) and suggest having a notebook so I can write down what you need to practice for the following week.

Ukulele lessons will be held in my house or online (via TakeLessons Classroom, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, or Skype). You will need to have your own instrument available for lessons and practice. I do require purchase of lesson books that you can get fairly cheap on amazon. I also suggest having a notebook in order for me to write down what to practice for the following week.

**CANCELLATION POLICIES**

I require 24 hours notice if you need to cancel a lesson (with the exception of illness). Otherwise, you will be charged the regular lesson fee.

**MORE ABOUT ME!**
Some of my hobbies include writing/playing music, graphic design, traveling, hiking, camping, writing, painting, gardening.

I love my cat, my husband, coffee, food, Netflix, relaxing at home, going on crazy adventures, the beach, the mountains, and tacos!
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Paul January 28, 2019
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i just signed up she looks fun
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Bill January 19, 2019
· Ukulele · In studio
My first lesson. Lily was very helpful on hiw to get started
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Tom November 26, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Great start. Very flexible and easy going personality.
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Lily L.

Orlando, FL 32804
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$25 / 30-min

About Rosely P.

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Clermont, FL

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PIANO TEACHER/TUTOR BIO:

I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil and emigrated with my family to the United States, moving to Brooklyn in 1962 at the age of 9. I began my piano training in Brazil at the age of 7 and continued my studies in New York. I speak three languages fluently - English, Portuguese and Spanish.

While continuing piano lessons at the Long Island Conservatory of Music, I found my passion for teaching while still a student. During my early teaching career, I apprenticed with the conservatory's director, master teacher, composer and author of educational books, Sidney J. Lawrence. While shaping my philosophy of teaching, Mr. Lawrence became my mentor and friend. I taught 3-4 year olds in preschool music pedagogy classes while also teaching piano in a career that spans more than 40 years of working with children and a
dults at all levels.

I am able to adapt my teaching style to my students' unique way of thinking and communicate musical concepts in a way they can understand. I believe in not only teaching how to play the piano, but also the "language of music." This provides students with a holistic understanding that encompasses theory, technique, sight reading, basic composition, and performance, all while sharing my personal joy of music.

I am currently living in Clermont, FL and am specializing in teaching teens and adults. I feel that high expectations for my students encourages them to reach for the best of themselves, achieve the highest standards and carry their musical training into their future lives.
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Yesenia January 4, 2017
· Piano · In studio
Rosely is the most patient teacher I have ever had. She listens and takes into consideration what your goals are and helps you to accomplsh them. I waited a long time to find the right piano teacher and I knew instantly she was the one!
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Emily January 3, 2017
· Classical Piano · In studio
My children started lessons with Ms. Rosely when they were 5yrs. and 9yrs. old. They've been with her for almost a year and a half now, and love the piano! Her teaching style, relaxed but disciplined nature, and love of music, have been incredibly infectious. They look forward to each lesson, and love performing at the recitals she plans twice a year. We couldn't be prouder of their progress, and happier with their teacher and the experience she provides! Thank you Ms. Rosely!
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Jaison March 16, 2016
· Piano · In studio
Although, we've only experienced one lesson, Ms. Rosely seems great. She reviewed her expectations and was very knowledgeable and friendly. She had our son on the piano within minutes. I look forward to moving forward with her.
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Rosely P.

Clermont, FL 34711
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About Christian L.

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Orlando, FL
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My name is Christian L. and I am a 28 year old guitar/music instructor in the Orlando area. My interest in guitar began when I was 12 years old and blossomed into a full time obsession about 3 years later when I started playing small gigs as a solo guitarist playing simple jazz and classical pieces for small art clubs and events. Alongside gigging, I also began teaching guitar, ear training, and music theory when I turned 18 and have been teaching full time ever since. During that time I also spent 4 years in music school for classical guitar. Currently I spend my time teaching, recording, and performing various styles including rock, jazz, pop, hip-hop, musical theater, metal, and country.

Throughout the 8 years I have been an instructor I believe I have refined my teaching style to be as versatile as possible to accommodate any learn
ing style a student may have. I am capable of teaching all styles of guitar at any skill level with an emphasis on ear training and general knowledge of guitar techniques.

Slight disclaimer in regards to lesson length, price, and student interest:

Over the past year or so I have tried a new teaching structure that I find to be quite rewarding for myself and the students I have had. My lessons do not have a maximum time limit, meaning a lesson could go for 2 hours, if that is what the student wanted, for the same price as a 45 min lesson.

This may sound strange in that I would be losing out on a large amount of potential money but the simple answer is this: I love music and guitar as well as teaching music and guitar. If we are in the middle of a great topic that you, the student, is really interested in, there is no way that I am simply going to stop talking about it when the "timer" stops and there is no way I am going to charge you more for getting into a topic you want to learn.

I find that students who spend more time in the lessons tend to become more interested in guitar and thus, better at playing. I do have to instill a minimum time limit of 45 mins however, any less is honestly just not enough time to get anything worth while accomplished.

One last thing, music and guitar have made up the majority of my daily routine for the past 10 or so years and have literally paid for everything that I currently own as I have never had any other type of job. What this means is that I take the craft very seriously and I project that in the lessons. Basically, if you are genuinely interested in learning guitar and music at any skill level, I will show you everything I possibly can to let you meet your goals. However, if you do not take it seriously, as in you don't pick up or even think about the guitar except for lesson days, the lessons may quickly feel pointless.

For more information on what I teach, feel free to look into the category entitled "Guitar" as well as any of the other subcategories that you are interested in.
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Jack March 6, 2019
· Guitar · In studio
Wow wow wow. I had my first lesson with Christian, and he absolutely blew me away. Super talented musician. He has such a wealth of knowledge of the fretboard, musical theory, and different genres. I am into prog rock/metal and blues. I’ve never taken lessons before, and do not know scales or many chords, and christian identified exactly where to start off. He broke it down to a science and completely demystified the guitar. In small bite sized chunks we went for over two hours. It was a proper class with 1 on 1 personal attention. He is approachable with any question, and helps you understand the WHY of things, not just how to do something, which gives you such a stronger foundation to build off. I cannot wait for the next session.
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James February 20, 2019
· Guitar · In studio
amazing teacher. I couldn't recommend more highly
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Omar J. January 19, 2019
· Guitar · In studio
Christian is an AMAZING musician. He has a wide range of knowledge and can play in almost any genre. Will definitely be taking lessons again!
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Christian L.

Orlando, FL 32807
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$40 / 60-min

About Sarah A.

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Casselberry, FL

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Sarah A holds a Bachelor’s degree from Rice University and a Master's Degree from Yale University. Sarah is currently serving as the Assistant Concertmaster of the Orlando Philharmonic in Orlando, FL. She gave her debut performance at the age of eight appearing as soloist with the Akron Symphony. In May 2009, she gave her Severance Hall debut performing as soloist with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra. In 2012, Sarah went on tour with the Castleton festival orchestra to the country of Oman, where she performed the opera “La Boheme” in the Royal Opera House. She has also performed as soloist with the Toledo Symphony and the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra. Sarah has performed at such prestigious International festivals such as the International Holland Music Sessions and Eutiner Festpiele in Eutin, Germany. She has performed as concertmas
ter with the symphony at Rice University, Castleton Music Festival, and the Interlochen summer Music Festival.
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Sarah A.

Casselberry, FL 32707
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$30 / 30-min

About Zack T.

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Casselberry, FL

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Zack

-Is the Owner and Founder of TVIS, a Music Lessons/Recording Studio in Central Florida
-Has over 10 year’s experience teaching music/singing lessons
-Triple majored in music at Belmont University (check in the education section for more details)
-Created his own scientifically-based singing curriculum (that delivers vocal range, power, stamina, freedom, and artistry to all students)
-Teaches pop, rock, classic rock, metal, country, musical theatre, southern gospel, CCM, and RnB
-Uses his recording studio’s technology in lessons to improve student analysis of their instrument/progress *works as a great teaching tool and metric for students to improve
-Delivers professional-grade studio recordings after completion of a song worked on in lessons (for students to share with their friends and family)
-Is a published choral compo
ser with Colla Voce; his choir music has sold over 10,000 copies
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Patrick H. January 30, 2018
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Zack is extremely talented and understands the mechanics of singing!!! He gives perfect examples that even a simple guy like me can understand. I’m excited about moving to that next level!!!!
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Landon October 1, 2017
· Vocal Training · In studio
I have learned a lot from Zack. He's a great vocal coach.
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Jackie August 17, 2017
· Vocal Training · In studio
Zach Taylor at TVIS is a phenomenal vocal coach, performer and musician. My son absolutely loves his teaching style. The rest of the staff is equally talented and highly professional.
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Zack T.

Casselberry, FL 32707
(5)
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$30 / 30-min

About Emily W.

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Longwood, FL
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"It's not about learning, it's about understanding."

Hi! My name is Emily and I am 23 years old. I am originally from Massachusetts, where I earned my degree in physics at Boston College before moving to central Florida in August 2017. I took off with just what I could fit in my car and drove from Massachusetts to Orlando to try a new life on my own. Tutoring was an accidental passion that definitely saved me. I was messaged around midnight by a worried mother telling me her son received a 0 on his last chemistry exam, and that the teacher gave him a day to take it home to retake for partial credit. At this time I had been applying and applying to jobs with no luck so I jumped on the opportunity and messaged her back right away. The next night I was at their house for hours helping their son understand the material and retake the exam. H
e received the full partial credit on the test. After 1 more session with him the folllowing week, he had another exam. He received a 100%! His mother was in shock and at that moment I realized I had something special. I loved the nights we spent fighting through material just as much as I loved the nights where everything just clicked for him. Since then, I have tutored over 30 students in subjects including (not limited to) middle school math, pre-algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, college algebra, pre-calculus, liberal arts math, arithmetic, college calculus 2, biology, AP chemistry, AP physics, college physics, and test prep including SAT, GED, GRE, GKT, and ASVAB. I attribute my success to not focusing on memorization because problems memorized are problems forgotten! Instead, I teach the students how to teach themselves how to start a problem because even complex problems are just series of simple steps disguised by complicated word problems and extraneous information. It's not about learning, it's about understanding. So far I have been blessed with students who will openly tell me "I do not understand" which is an awesome thing to say! It gives me a great place to start: from the beginning. (It's okay if you don't say you don't understand...I will still know ;) ) Often students will just say they do not know how to start a problem, but this hides a deeper dependence on memorization and lack of conceptual understanding. The only way to teach true understanding is to let go of the conventional concept of memorization. Thank you for taking the time to read my bio and I hope to hear from you soon!
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Emily
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Tom February 11, 2019
· Saxophone · In home
Superb instructor! I am a beginner with alto sax. I would highly recommend Emily for teaching. She is very knowledgeable, patient, and organized!
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Emily W.

Longwood, FL 32750
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About Jo-Anne J.

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Orlando, FL

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My name is Jo-Anne. I am so thankful to my mother who pushed me and allowed me to learn how to play the piano! I remember when I started private piano lessons how much I disliked it! My teacher realized this and began to appeal to my strengths. I ended up having fun and I want to ensure that same experience for the students I teach. I will admit I hated practicing but once I began to enjoy it, I got better at it because I practiced. Learning music is fun as long as we work hard! My motto is work hard, play hard. Not only did I learn how to play, I learned perseverance, patience, and time management. After high school, I attended Rollins College and continued studying piano with Dr. Cook. She taught me that teaching music is just as important as playing music and that’s where my love for teaching piano came about. Not only do I love and en
joy classical music, I am also very skilled in other genres especially reggae music from the island of Jamaica. I play at various churches, events, weddings, etc and I look forward to sharing my expertise with all of you!
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Ahrianna October 22, 2018
· Piano · In home
She’s a great piano teacher she helped me with finger placements and understanding notes! She’s amazing !!
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Ahri October 22, 2018
· Classical Piano · In studio
You were fun, understanding, and easy to understand. I looked forward to your lessons every week
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Ivy M. October 20, 2018
· Classical Piano · In studio
JoAnne was great! My daughter loved her because she made the lesson fun along with educational. Can't wait for the next lesson!
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Jo-Anne J.

Orlando, FL 32818
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