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Robert H.

Pikesville, MD

About Robert

Creativity, skill and love of music are the key elements that I work to encourage in every student. Over the years my teaching has evolved and I find it gratifying to take people far beyond their own expectations while helping them achieve their goals. I believe everyone is musical and just needs the right key to tap into their own creativity.

For beginners it's important to study with an excellent teacher. Setting a solid and creative foundation makes all the difference!
For advanced players studying with a great artist takes you greater artistry.

Weekly private lessons focus on te
chnical skills in either piano, voice (or a combination of both) and a strong musical foundation. Theory and Ear Training are fundamentals that are embedded in this approach to developing a complete musician and artist.

I have over 20 years experience working with students as young as 3 and old as 85! Often multiple generations in a family study together making for a rich family experience.

Performance opportunities: Recitals, Concerts Cabarets and Musicals are a part of developing into a musician and singer and enhancing a love of music that will last a lifetime!

*** Lesson Details ***
Piano - Classical, Jazz, Blues and Improvisation. Current students are beginners to professional musicians and music teachers.

Voice – I am an accomplished vocal coach and songwriter and currently work with a wide variety of singers from young beginners to professionals who look to develop through ear training, singing and songwriting. In a unique way I guide people to become better performers and musicians through the combination of voice, piano and composition.

I work with students as young as 3 or 4 and into their 80’s. It’s important to begin with an excellent teacher from the start to set a good foundation and to have the ability to develop as quickly and thoroughly as possible. I enjoy working with beginners as well as accomplished musicians. I also believe that music is one of the great joys of life and that lessons should be FUN!

Besides a wide variety of performance opportunities through my Family to Family Concerts, I also offer my students the curriculum and exams of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, a gold standard music curriculum.. The ABRSM is accredited in over 100 countries worldwide and exams are offered twice per year in all instruments and voice.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lesson room with grand piano, vocal mics, recording equipment. Parents can sit in on lessons and waiting area available, parking on street. No pets.

*** Travel Equipment ***
They will need a piano or keyboard

*** Specialties ***
A message from Robert: Hello, I am a master teacher focusing on the classical repertoire along with a very creative approach to improvisation and composition. I help students to achieve their interests of music rather than focusing on teaching one particular method. Classes are tailored to the student and constantly evolving. This has led me to work in a variety of mediums and styles including Jazz, improvisation, rock and blues. This approach also enhances an understanding and love of classical music.
I also guide my students in the curriculum and exams of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. (ABRSM) Exams are offered twice per year.
I have also found it inspiring to work with people with disabilities and help them find a way to express themselves musically. I give lectures and workshops in the area and around the country on improvisation and creativity along with concerts of my own music.
I also work with a number of students in vocal coaching and accompanying.
New this year are seminars in songwriting for adults and children. Groups of 4-5 collaborate on new songs. Film and video composition coming soon!


Bryan M. November 19, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
I have never had such a magical experience with solo singing and voice lessons. Today was nothing but perfect. I cannot wait to see what the future holds!
Lydia W. November 13, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
My daughter liked her first lesson with Mr. Robert very much. He was very nice to her and made her comfortable. She is looking for to her next lesson.
Lauri November 10, 2015
Piano · In home
Piano Review for Robert Hitz
As part of my goal in life is that when I turned 60 I wanted to have something creative that would enrich and fulfill the latter years of my life. Having watched my aging father play piano was an image I have always appreciated. My father had been my piano teacher as a child and I was ready to get back into piano. I found Robert Hitz, my piano teacher, through I have been taking piano lessons with Robert now for 10 months. really made it easy to find Robert who was only 5 miles from my home.

It has been the best 10 months that was totally unexpected. What I didn’t experience as a child, that I do now, is I have a genuine love of music that feels inherently inside me. My father and son are both musicians and I now realize I must have a natural instinct for music and a love I never knew.

Robert has made the experience absolutely wonderful with his natural gift for teaching and making you feel totally at ease when you feel totally illiterate and lacking confidence. While I learned piano as a child, I totally lost the ability to read music or remember any scales, chords or composition.

Here is what’s great about Robert. You learn everything you need to learn, but in an unconventional style. He has taught me everything from chord progressions, scales, reading music and being able to totally improvise my own piano compositions. From understanding the basics, he has enabled me to just sit at the piano and make beautiful music that I create. My husband has been in total support and awe of how far I have come in the short 10 month time.

I work full-time and truly have little time to practice. Again, Robert has a total appreciation for the busy life of his students and works around the fact that you may come back each week with having had little to no time to practice the prior lesson. One of the best parts of my lesson is when Robert “drives” and I get to play along improvising to his music. He picks a scale and we just play together. I call it doodling on the piano and it is really awesome to feel so free to just listen and play along making beautiful music together. I walk out of every lesson feeling so elated and motivated knowing I am getting better and better. Practicing is pure pleasure and dramatically reduces the stresses of life and work.

I have a new appreciation for listening to music. I’m an avid power walker and now I listen to piano music while I walk. We fill our home with music and the stress levels just take a nose dive as soon as we put the music on. Listening to the intricacies of music has given me a total peace of mind that was unexpected and a true gift.

Robert has a great following of talented and gifted piano and voice students of all ages (children, teens, college students and adults up into their 80’s). We have been to several of his student concerts. One of my favorite venues is the Cabaret in Germanos Restaurant in Little Italy. Great food, great music and so much fun to get to meet and listen to all of Robert’s students. Robert creates concerts all year round with his students either at his home or in around town. Such a great way to meet new and really interesting people that are different from your usual crowd of friends.

If you are considering taking piano or voice lessons, go for it and meet Robert for yourself. I can’t say enough how great he is as a teacher and now a friend.

Lauri P. Kane, MPH, ScD
Dean P. Kane, MD, FACS
Administrator, Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa
1 Reservoir Circle, Suite 201
Pikesville, MD 21208
410-602-3322 office
410-530-0808 cell
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Robert H.

Robert H.

Pikesville, MD 21208
starting at
$35 / 30-min

Jessica H.

Parkville, MD

About Jessica

Dear students and parents,

Hello and welcome to! My name is Jessica and I am a Baltimore born and bred classically trained violinist with over 19 years of playing experience. Music has always been passion of mine since a very young age, so it was inevitable that it would end up being my career. Naturally, a love for teaching the wonders of music followed suit!

I always try to form a great rapport with my students and parents from the very first lesson. For younger students, I encourage my parents to take an active part in both lessons and daily practice, as is encourage
d by Shinichi Suzuki.

I've been teaching violin and viola professionally for over 8 years now. My experience includes teaching private lessons at students homes as well as at various music schools, summer camps and festivals. A few advanced students have even attended and performed in some of these aforementioned festivals! I am always encouraging my students to go above and beyond.

A bit of background about me: I started my music studies at the age of 7. Lessons and orchestra were literally the highlight of my childhood. I ended up attending the Baltimore School for the Arts for high school, and eventually went on to receive my Bachelor's of Music Performance degree from Shenandoah University and complete further studies in England and Northern Ireland. I am also a registered Suzuki Violin/Viola teacher and have attended several teachers workshops in order to gain the knowledge and experience necessary to work with any and all types of students, including those with learning disabilities, such as ADD and FAS.

I currently divide my time teaching at local music stores/schools (and privately) as well as recording with various local artists and performing at concerts and for various types of gigs (weddings, fundraisers, cocktail hours, gala events) in the tri-state area.

*** Lesson Details ***
While I am primarily a Suzuki instructor, I do not teach solely out of a certain method or "by the book"; I choose and mold every lesson depending on specific, strengths, weaknesses, etc. If you are a more advanced, serious player, more intensive lessons and repertoire will follow suit.

Some quick facts! I am comfortable teaching all ages and levels up to advanced. Use of games make learning the violin fun and accessible for young children. Older and more advanced students receive a more technical, intensive and advanced approach. Coaching and weekly help on school assigned materials (orchestra/string class music and homework) Classical, Jazz, Gypsy and Fiddle styles are all introduced and studied to give students a rounded technique. Music theory (reading and understanding music) is incorporated in lessons. Repertoire is diverse and exciting. Various approaches for the visual or aural learner. Guaranteed to keep you or your child engaged and interested!

*** Travel Equipment/Home Lesson Details ***
-Please have a music stand available and set up for lessons that take place in your home.

-If you are coming to my home for lessons, please be sure to bring your instrument and any books you may already have. Please note, there are two cats in the house but both may be isolated to a different part of the house if need be. They are both very friendly and up-to-date on shots.

New students:
I have a trial 1/2 size violin to use for the first lesson.
After the first lesson I will send an email explaining what materials and equipment I recommend you buy to help you sound your best.

Places to rent or buy instruments will be recommended upon request.

*** Specialties ***
Suzuki Violin/Viola Method
Music Theory Tutor
Genres: Classical, fiddle, gypsy, jazz.
Experience teaching ages 4-60.


Ava D. October 26, 2015
Violin · In home
Verified Student
1st lesson went very well.
Paige M. October 21, 2015
Violin · In home
Verified Student
Jessica is a wonderful instructor and made my daughter's first lesson a memorable one. We are very lucky to have found her! My daughter likes her and enjoyed the experience. I hope that everything works out and the lessons continue for a LONG time :)
Samantha F. October 12, 2015
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
My sister in law really liked her. Said she is very positive and helpful.
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Jessica H.

Jessica H.

Parkville, MD 21234
starting at
$29 / 30-min

Lindsey R.

Hanover, PA

About Lindsey

Join me for piano lessons in my home on Fridays on a baby grand piano! There is seating inside and outside, and there is plenty of on-street parking. There are also three friendly cats who enjoy listening during lessons!

Students need either an acoustic piano at their home or a weighted keyboard. Students are responsible for purchasing their own sheet music, whether through me or from a store or online. We can talk about what kind of music you like to play or want to learn to play and go from there.

Usually for either a beginner adult or child, I recommend the Alfred piano series, along
with a technique book to strengthen and limber up the fingers, and a fun piece ... something you specifically want to learn or challenge yourself with.

My strongest abilities are in classical music, because that is what I have the most experience in, but I can also teach you the fundamentals of playing pop and rock music, and good performance, accompaniment, and practice habits.

I look forward to hearing from you!


Jeanette August 10, 2015
Piano · In studio
Lindsey is a great teacher! My daughter looks forward to her lessons and is progressing beautifully. She is a treasure and we are so glad we found her!
Wanda July 31, 2015
Piano · In studio
I am happy to share my experience as a very satisfied piano student of Lindsey's! She is so patient and helpful while I'm learning. With her level of skill, she is teaching me more than just notes, like my form, timing and so much more. She uses a variety of music which keeps me interested and challenged. I highly recommend Lindsey as a teacher to both young, not so young, beginner or some skill as she will make all ages and levels feel at ease while they will truly be taught to play the piano! An awesome teacher!
Anna L. July 31, 2015
Piano · In studio
Lindsey is an incredible pianist in her own right and a marvelous music educator. She's dedicated to the musical growth and enjoyment of her students and goes to great lengths to make piano lessons a fun and challenging experience. Can't recommend her highly enough!
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Lindsey R.

Lindsey R.

Hanover, PA 17331
starting at
$20 / 30-min

Donna D.

Westminster, MD

About Donna

I have been teaching children - adult students in the performing arts since 1996. My students have gone on to be accepted at prestigious universities as a performance arts major. Some are East Carolina University, Winston-Salem University, NY Film Academy, Methodist University, and others. Selected students also go on to enter the Entertainment Industry fully prepared in every facet and succeed from LA, NYC, and Atlanta GA.

REJOICE! delights to train the recreational and serious student alike in a professional manner, yet made FUN.

Performing Arts is to be an avenue to express oneself.
It is to be a delightful place to train using the gifts of the student and ability to teach by each instructor. Individual attention per student is guaranteed.

Come join us. We would be delighted to have the opportunity to train you!


Phyllis November 4, 2015
Film and TV Acting · In studio
Mrs. Donna isn't aware of this but I spoke with her over the phone before I had an interest in acting. She was very polite,professional and patient in our exchange. When I auditioned for Talent Inc, It was a relief to see a familiar face. I was very impressed by her resume. As a coach, I belief that you have to be direct as well as compassionate. Mrs. Donna does this with ease by giving you insight on how to improve your weaknesses and praising you for your strength. She is highly recommended not only for her experience but also her personality. I can say with confidence that she has remained polite, profession and patient over the last year.
Doc November 4, 2015
Acting · In studio
Donna is a PROFESSIONAL! She knows the industry, and breaks things down in a way that helps everyone from novice to veteran. Somehow, she manages to make the intangibles... tangible, while challenging you to make each part unique and personal.
Latasha November 3, 2015
In studio
I took dance with Mrs. Donna for over 3yrs. I improved significantly! I love to dance but my skill level did not match my desire. After leaving her establishment, I knew and could do enough to teach dance. She was patient, stern, encouraging, honest, and consistent. I am truly greatly for her help!
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Donna D.

Donna D.

Littlestown, PA 17340
starting at
$30 / 30-min

Rich S.

Littlestown, PA

About Rich

Hello!! My name is Rich and I am the owner of First Class Drumming (FCD).
I am a Vic Firth Independent Drum Instructor. I have studied many styles of drumming extensively. I am from Baltimore Maryland where I became the drummer for such bands as "Shelley's Emeralds", "Lite-N-Easy" and "The Grand Junction Band". I have been playing drums for over sixty years. As the son of a Master Musician, Tuba and Bass player John Spicer I was fortunate to be around some of the very best musicians at a very young age. My approach to teaching drums includes fundamental music theory, reading music, rudime
ntal exercises, or learning to play by ear if you so desire. We can learn Rock to Jazz to Latin, Funk and almost anything in between.
Whether you desire to fulfill a life long desire to play drums or simply are ready to go to the next level, First Class Drumming is the place to go! I look forward to hearing from you soon and start having fun learning to play drums!.


Scott November 3, 2015
Well-rounded teacher with mulitple strengths ready to advise and instruct musicians from beginning enthused to professional performers.
Ted November 3, 2015
I have known Rich for over 40 years and he is very skilled at his craft. He is of good moral character and committed to anything he attempts. He is a talented musician and a highly skilled drummer
Keith November 3, 2015
Drum · In studio
Rich ... good friend, great guy and wonderful drummer! all I can say is go and you will be glad you did! Keith Thibodeaux
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Rich S.

Rich S.

Littlestown, PA 17340
starting at
$25 / 30-min

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