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Melody is knowledgeable, helpful, patient and sweet. I still practice what she taught me, everyday and it was a lot for just a few lessons. When I can afford to, I will get Melody back for more lessons . She is worth every penny.
ps, Melody drew the notes on my fingers one day when I was struggling more than usual. ;)
pss, I TRIED to give Melody 5 stars and was unable to figure out how but, SHE GETS 5 STARS FROM ME :D"
I highly recommend her both for piano and voice lessons."
I am beyond happy to have Matthew as my son's music instructor. He is patient and during every lesson my son
Kathy is extremely knowledgeable about piano and music. I am thrilled with the fact
Heather's teaching style is relaxed yet with the utmost professionalism. She has offered so many techniques to make an
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