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Terrance J. Frederick, MD

About Terrance

Hello! Here is a quick description of my studio information: I have been teaching private piano, voice and music theory lessons for over 18 years. While I consider myself foremost a performer and composer, I love sharing the joy and understanding of music with students young and old. With 25 years of performance experience, I have a wealth of knowledge and excitement for the art to share with my students from both the classical and musical-theatre repertoire. Voice – all ages (15 and older) focusing on bel canto techniques, predominantly utilizing the Marchesi Method (importance on intellectually understanding both the technical and the aesthetic nature of vocal music, from grand arias, show stopping Broadway solos to simple vocal exercises) Piano – all ages (5 and older).

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Cheryl F. February 7, 2014
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Had so much fun and can't wait for the next lesson. terry is a superb artist, great person and exceptional teacher.
Esther M. Mount Airy, MD

Each student is uniquely given music at their learning skills level and as they progress musically. Lessons are planned for their best successes and the most fun to learn how to play the piano. A selection from available music methods or music piece(s) best for the student is chosen, as well as learning techniques for playing advancement, sight-reading, ear training and theory --- all are essential parts of each student's lesson.

About Esther

Piano Lessons at Musically Sound Piano Studio (Mount Airy, MD 21771 and near 21774, 21765) Piano Lessons for Children, Teens, and Adults Instruction for Beginners, Age 4 to Senior Adults; or, Refresher Instruction for those former students who once enjoyed Piano Lessons; Private or Semi-Private Piano Lessons of same age level and performance level offered. Tuition Fees are as applicable to length of lesson each week or type of lesson (Private, Semi-Private or Group) each week, one month's lessons paid prior to first lesson of month. My educational background is a B.S. in Music Education, with Piano as a major instrument from Washington Adventist University. I received my Teacher's Certificate from the State of Maryland, teaching music classes K-6th Grades in the PGCPS system. ...

Esther M. Mount Airy, MD

Instruction for Beginners, Age 4 to Senior Adults; or you may wish to have Refresher Instructions if you have had previous Piano Lessons and once enjoyed playing; but "Life Happens" yet you want to get back into Piano Lessons, again. I offer both Private and Semi-Private Piano Lessons. Semi-Private or Group Lessons are formed with the same age level and performance level. One month's lessons are paid prior to first lesson of the month.

About Esther

Piano Lessons at "Musically Sound Piano Studio" at Mount Airy, MD 21771, and near areas of 21770, 21774, 21765, and 21797. Beginning Instruction or Refresher Instruction. Private or Semi-Private Lessons. Children, Teens, Adults. Home School Students. Moms. Dads. Senior Citizens. Piano Lessons for all that are made to be fun! Instruction for Beginners, Age 4 to Senior Adults; or you may wish to have Refresher Instructions if you have had previous Piano Lessons and once enjoyed playing; but "Life Happens" yet you want to get back into Piano Lessons, again. I offer both Private and Semi-Private Piano Lessons. Semi-Private or Group Lessons are formed with the same age level and performance level. One month's lessons are paid prior to first lesson of the month. My educational ...

Joseph P. Monrovia, MD

I teach beginning piano, which includes basic music theory.

About Joseph

I have a graduate degree in vocal performance from California State University Northridge, and an undergraduate degree in music with a minor in theater from Edgewood College. As a teacher I have worked with a wide variety of voice types in many different age groups. As an acting coach I specialize in audition preparation, monologue delivery, and general stage presence. I teach out of my home studio, located just outside of Damascus, MD, where I live with my wonderful wife, cat, and ducks. I am also an active performer, primarily singing opera, throughout the region. In addition to teaching voice and acting, I also teach beginning piano lessons.

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