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I will help the student become excited about music and piano playing. I will educate in some music history, theory, and music appreciation as well. I go at the student's pace, with some gentle encouraging. I will always be honest. All students have the potential to go all the way to the top.

About Laura
I am a professional flutist from Southern California. I have my degree in flute performance from CSUN. I have played professionally since 1996, playing freelance in many orchestras across Southern California. I am great with kids, and people of all ages. I can help you achieve your desired level. I spent 6 years teaching music to middle school students at 2 different schools. I also taught for 5 music schools. And also taught privately in my home or student's homes for 28 years.

I have also been playing piano for 41 years. I teach piano as well.
*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide a notebook and some warm-ups, occasionally some solos. The student will have a music stand, metronome, flute, music books.

*** Specialties ***
All styles from Baroque to 20th century. I have learned a lot of unique and helpful breathing techniques as wel
l as practice techniques from Keith Underwood. (An amazing teacher, from NY, who travels the world to give master classes.)
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Laura C.

Laura C.

Coeur d Alene, ID 83815
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About Fresas B.

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About Fresas
Ready to have a fun time on the piano? I am the teacher to have! Fresas attended the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts where she was involved in the piano, choral, and theater departments. She participated in numerous competitions including the MTNA Young Artist Performance Competition. In college, she was involved with the University Choir and Gospel Choir where she was a featured soloist. She received her simultaneous Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and Music from UC Berkeley, with an emphasis on piano performance. She also obtained an Executive Master of Business Administration from Colorado Technical University. She had the opportunity to perform for the US troops as a singer in Qatar and Afghanistan first in October 2007 and recently in February 2009. She is a faculty member of the La Jolla Conser
vatory of Music and served as an accompanist for the San Diego Children's Choir. She has been active with the Philippine American Community of San Diego County since winning the titles of Miss Philippines San Diego County in 2006 and Miss RP-San Diego Tourism in 2007. She also composes her own music and is always eager to share that music with other music lovers. She continues to perform around San Diego County in various events.

*** Lesson Details ***
My lessons are informal and engaging. I do not follow a strict schedule and leave room for creativity and spontaneity. I follow the Royal Conservatory Music Development Program curriculum, a national standard and pioneer in music education, and I encourage my students each year to take the exams for musicianship and theory for the appropriate grade level. I incorporate my classical piano training in my lessons, and my interests span from jazz piano, gospel, to contemporary music. My teaching philosophy entails the acknowledgment that each piano student is different and that is why I'm a firm believer in having a personalized yet structured lesson, so that it promotes creativity while strengthening the technical aspect of each student. My teaching style consists of intense training in virtuosic technique while incorporating musicality and expression into the music. My method of teaching is one that is driven with motivation, dedication, consistency, and persistence. I am very enthusiastic about sharing my knowledge of music to anyone who is interested in making music a fun and wonderful learning experience.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a mid-sized music room, with an upright piano, a digital keyboard, guitar, recording equipment, and a computer in the studio.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect the student to have a piano/keyboard.

*** Specialties ***
Classical, jazz, gospel, pop, musical theater genres for piano and voice. Specializes in beginning and intermediate students but teaches all levels for piano and voice. Music theory and songwriting are also offered.
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Heather G February 26, 2018
· Piano · In home
Fresas is a fantastic teacher and well connected in her line of work. My daughter just started taking lessons and is motivated to sing. Very happy that Fresas has recommended a singing venue! Looking forward to amazing times!
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Jessica T. January 17, 2018
· Singing · In home
Fresas was fantastic! She worked one on one with my daughter and got her excited about singing and performing! I am very happy we found Fresas! I look forward to watching my daughter grow beautifully under her teaching.
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Gloria M. March 6, 2014
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Amazing Teacher.

Fresas is an excellent piano instructor who takes pride in her work and is very dedicated to her students. She is amazing with boys and can keep them motivated and inspired to learn more. I have and will continue to recommend Fresas to anyone with a desire to learn piano.
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About Rebekah L.

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Students can expect a fun safe environment where the will be able to experience, be enriched, and create in learning to play piano.

About Rebekah
Playing and teaching piano is my joy and my passion. I've been teaching piano for the last 14 years. Teaching isn't just a profession for me. It is something I truly enjoy. I have had 6 years of college instruction for piano and vocal performance. I have preformed at The Whitehouse in Washington D.C, Disneyland, Governors Mansion, Sacramento Jazz Festival, The Capitol Rotunda, toured various states across the U.S., and more.

I pride myself on creating a fun, safe, and creative environment while teaching my students. I use prize jars and numerous fun and exciting games to help my students better learn. I also hold two piano recitals each year to give my students some performance experience; spring and Christmas.

I specialize in teaching my students to read, write, and play music proficiently. Some of my main focuses in
teaching my students are; sight reading and music theory. I have extensive backgrounds in all different types of piano genres such as classical, praise, hymn, and contemporary.
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Jesica November 19, 2015
· Piano · In studio
Rebekah is a great teacher! She is patient and so kind to the kids! Love her!!
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Rebekah L.

Rebekah L.

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About Pearl G.

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I've been teaching for 4 years and I use the Bastien and Faber books. If you have previously taken piano lessons, I can use the books your teacher recommended. Whatever you goals are for learning piano, I will try my best to help you achieve them.

About Pearl
Have you always wanted to learn the piano or violin? It’s never too late! I have been playing the piano and violin for 14 years and have been teaching for 2 years. I have a variety of experiences over the years, ranging from instructors who graduated from the Juilliard School of Music, Colburn Conservatory in Los Angeles and the Music Conservatory of Paris. I have also performed in piano competitions and have played solo piano with an orchestra. In addition, I was a member of the CSUN youth symphony and my college symphony.
I can teach beginner to advanced students classical, broadway, pop and basic jazz on both the piano and violin.
I can also assist you if you're struggling with music theory. While learning the piano, I studied music theory and took numerous tests that help me retain what I was learning. Music theory is an essential
part of learning to play the violin or piano and even other instruments.

I tailor my lessons uniquely to each of my students because my students should love the learning process. I am always willing to listen and to encourage each one of my students to keep on going!

*** Lesson Details ***
I give 30 minute, 45 minute or 60 minute lessons. I also do lessons via Skype. You may email me for further information.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I bring my violin and can also provide you with a music stand. I do require my students have their own violin, bow, shoulder rest and rosin.
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Paul C. March 14, 2015
· Violin · Online
I am really enjoying Pearl's lessons. Pearl offers encouragement and guidance, and tells me of the necessary corrections to work on each week. I am always looking forward to the next lesson and feel more confident after we discussed the past week.
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Lidya W. October 30, 2014
· Violin · In studio
Pearl is a super awesome teacher! I'm so glad I got to be taught by her.
You're the best :)
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Paula B. October 28, 2014
· Violin · In home
Pearl is an extremely talented, sweet young woman. She was very flexible with our schedule and was really good working my daughter's unique personality. Thank you, Pearl.
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About Luis M.

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Piano is in my humble opinion the best instrument for its versatility, diversity, and mental benefits. As well as the fact that it can branch into any instrument.

Qualifications:
(Updated for 2017)
- I have been playing piano for 16+years
- I have now taught piano for 6 years
- I have earned a music for piano diploma from an SCPA based high school
- I have professional playing experience, and have played several concerts
- I have been certified to work with all level working up to advanced, but not beyond
- I am listed as one of the top ten piano teachers in San Diego

Things to expect in a piano lesson:
- I will not provide any materials
- A majority of practice/rehearsal will take place outside of class time
- If you do not practice, outside of our lesson you will not see any improvements
- you must bring all your books to each class as well as any assigned repertoire
- Lessons are light and fun if the work is done in a timely fashion
- You will be given an ...

About Luis
Graduated with a Piano performance diploma from Chula Vista School of Performing Arts division. I have taught several students in many fields including but not limited to: Spanish, Piano (beginner-Intermidiate), Vocal Development etc. I am very friendly and personable, but also professional. When students come to me with problems, I will do what ever it takes to bring them to the solution. My motto is, a problem is just another opportunity for you to do your best.

- I have taught: 6 years. Ranging in many subjects such as Spanish, English, Vocal Instruction, Piano Instruction, Guitar, and Musical Performance.

- Choir Director/ Conductor Jan 2010 - Present
SDCOC
- I am a music director for the San Diego Churches of Christ. I've taught the San Diego Church of Christ Fellowship for 5 years. I have led worship for even longer, and i l
ove it.
- Worship intern May 2014 - Sep 2014
- Dallas/ Fortworth Church of Christ
- Led worship, produced music, directed choirs, taught assorted parts to part singers.
- I Speak 3 languages fluently
- I am a certified member of the National Association of Music Educators
- I have received awards in the fields of Voice and Piano for outstanding professionalism, & Excellency
- I am presently teaching ages 5-65, with the exception of one enthusiastic 67 year old.
- I love my job, and I am passionate, above all I will make you excited about the field of study you choose

*** Lesson Details ***
These details change depending on, whether you would like musical training or academic tutoring.
Musical:

Music is fun and the lessons should be as well. When it comes to practice I recommend that students do spend time (1/2-1hour daily) outside of the lessons practicing to ensure that they see results. If you choose to practice only while in the lesson you will get better but it will be at a slower pace.

- Start with quick warm ups (these work to increase students fluidity with their instrument)
- Work technique
- Assign repertoire depending on skill level.
- Work on assigned repertoire
- Work on technical aspect of the pieces.
Your student will learn much more about their capabilities and their instrument as they will learn many aspects of Music Theory.

I teach beginning- advanced piano lessons touching on posture, hand position, rhythm training, sight-reading, expression, and pop/jazz chord charts. If you want to learn how to play songs by ear that you hear on the radio, I can train you how to do that too! Once I feel that you have surpassed my ability to help you grow, I will be happy to pass you on to a more experienced teacher and attend all of your future recitals.

I teach voice beginner-professional, which includes classical repertoire and technique as well as Musical Theatre, Pop, Rock, Standards, Country, RnB,...you name it. The best part is that you will learn to sing in a manner that will not damage your instrument and in fact will work to fortify your instrument.

Academic:
- Start with introduction to the standard.
- Work on problems with material.
- Present new methods to reach a solution.
- Work on all assigned work.
- Work on future work to give the student an academic advantage.

I am a hard working tutor that will bring the joy of the subject to our sessions of tutoring. I am strict at times, however, some of my students have referred to me as mellow. I will strive to bring your student up to speed and surpass even their own expectations. I love my students, and I want to see them succeed.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Piano, Recording equipment etc.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Casio Keyboard Piano, sheet music, and much more equipment as needed.

*** Specialties ***
Classical Piano, Classical Voice, English Literature, Spanish Linguistics
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Savion (6) T. December 11, 2016
· Piano · In home
Kids are into it
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Makhai (4) T. December 4, 2016
· Piano · In home
Excellent
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natalie welch August 6, 2016
· Singing · In home
A great pick that I refer all my friend to.
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About Sasha V.

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International performer from small venues to large festivals. Whether you are looking to play for fun or looking to enhance your live performances as a seasoned musician, I can help you! I can teach beginners music theory and how to site read and learn the basics of piano

About Sasha
Originally from the UK, I travelled and studied music in Brisbane, Australia, where I gained a Diploma in Contemporary Music in 2000. Since then I have toured internationally, supported major acts such as Kid Rock, Ben Harper, Bastille, Ludacris, Cypress Hill and The Roots to name but a few, recorded albums, guested with numerous bands such as members of Portishead, Massive Attack, Robert Plant's Band of Joy and The Black Keys and composed music scores for two feature films and various shorts along with directing my own music video and having my music featured in various movies and TV shows. I also have booked acts across the US and organised music festivals in Los Angeles. I recently appeared on the cover of Guitar Girl Magazine, and I am also a contributing writer.

I have vast skills from performance to management, booking, PR and pl
acements in film and television. Whether you are looking to just begin learning an instrument for fun or would like to take your skills further and move towards becoming a professional musician, I have the skills and expertise to help you along every step of the way. I tailor each lesson to meet the needs of the student, teaching them exactly what they would like to learn and having lots of fun doing it!

*** Lesson Details ***
For the first lesson, we will discuss what you are hoping to achieve, what kind of structure you would like for your lessons (theory, performance etc) and I will assess your skill level. Then I will tailor exercises, lessons and study to suit your needs.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Fender Rhodes Piano
Doric Vintage Organ
Microphones and Stands
Pro Tools
Fender Amp
Jaguar Bass
1968 Hagstrom Bass
Gibson Les Paul Guitar
Dan Electro Guitar
1950s Burns Bass
Fender Acoustic
Yamaha Mini Acoustic
Small Boss Keyboard
Flutes, Harmonicas, Percussion
Ipod, cd player
Various effects pedals for voice and guitar etc

*** Travel Equipment ***
Can bring guitars, mics, stands, practice amp and small keyboard

*** Specialities ***
Specialising in rock, pop and soundtrack music, I can also teach performance and acting stage skills and voice projection.
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Lori March 6, 2018
· Piano · In studio
"She's amazing", my twelve year old daughter says. She was patient, kind, funny and has so much information to pass on to her students.
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Lindsay G. November 14, 2017
· Harmonica · Online
Sasha is a wonderful teacher. She has encouraged my 11 year old daughter to love the harmonica. She is professional, talents and an excellent teacher.
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Duncan October 17, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
Sasha knows what I’m looking for so we should work well together
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About Heather E.

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I love teaching piano! Within the first few lessons you will start reading music. As you continue you will be able to play basic pop songs and introductory classical pieces. I use a mix of classical and keyboard teaching styles. For your core study I use Piano Adventure by Nancy and Randall Faber and I also love hearing song suggestions from students. I specialize pop styles and beginning students. I enjoy working with all levels of students and look forward to meeting you!

About Heather
Hi! I'm Heather and I have been teaching private music lessons since 2008. I grew up on the stage! My mother was my first singing and piano teacher and from a young age I have been involved in acting, dancing, music theatre, oratorio, and opera! I went to the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where I earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance. I am passionate about giving my students the gift of self-expression through music while learning good technique and incorporating music YOU are interested in.

***Frequently Asked Questions***
What is your availability?
Just select a subject and a lesson location in the upper righthand corner above and you can see my availability!

What do lessons cost?
30 minutes $25
45 minutes $35
60 minutes $45

How
often should we meet and for how long?
I recommend lessons once per week. 30 minute lessons are good for beginning piano students. 45 minute lessons are ideal for singers and intermediate piano students. 60 minute lessons are appropriate for advanced students interested in studying lots of repertoire or for singers who are having a particularly difficult time with ear training.

What do you do in lessons?
To learn what you would be doing in a lesson just select a subject in blue under "Heather Teaches" at the top of this page for a description of how each lesson works in that subject.

I want to study piano, do I have to have a real piano?
No, you don't have to have a real piano but you do need at least a keyboard, preferably one that gets louder or softer depending how hard you hit a key, has at least 61 keys, and has a sustain pedal.

Do you help singers who want to learn rap, metal, or some other non-conventional style of singing?
Yes, I have actually worked with some metal bands before! Even if you are using something like screaming you can use it in a way that hurts your voice less. I love to apply good technique to styles like that.

***Student/Parent-Teacher Agreement***
If you choose to book through me here are the details of what you can expect from me and what I will expect from you.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES
1: Schedule 10-30 minutes of practice each day for at least five days per week. Your teacher will give you a specific minutes goal based on your age and level of study.

2: Bring you assignment book to each lesson and complete all assignments.

3: Arrive promptly at your lesson time. You reserve the time slot, not the number of minutes.

4: Pianists’ fingernails should be kept trim. When playing with curved fingers, the nails should not click.

5: No gum, food, or drinks during lessons (water bottles are permitted).

6: Online students are responsible for printing assignments that your teacher sends you online. Online singers need to have a way to play karaoke tracks while being logged in to the TakeLessons classroom.

7: Please turn all cell phones to silent during the lesson. Online students are not allowed to surf the web during their lessons.

PARENT/GUARDIAN EXPECTATIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES
1: Support the fulfillment of your child’s responsibilities by consistently bringing your child to lessons, rehearsals, and performances and remind your child of daily practice and help them to schedule this practice time in their daily routine.

2: Communicate with the teacher about any questions or concerns you have. I want to meet your expectations, as well as your child’s, and I encourage feedback.

3: Provide an acceptable instrument for practice. Pianists: an acoustic piano is recommended, however, good electronic instruments that are full size, have a sustain pedal, and are capable of dynamics (the ability to control the volume of the sound through the touch of the performer) are also acceptable. Singers: a device for recording lessons (optional) and a keyboard, pitch pipe, or pitch pipe phone app.

4: Parents/guardians may sit-in on lessons only if they do not disturb them. Please, no talking at all. You may wait in the car or run an errand if you prefer. The teacher reserves the right to no longer allow a parent/guardian to sit in on a lesson should their behavior be deemed a habitual distraction for the student.

TEACHER PLEDGE
1: To provide a tailored curriculum to meet student’s individual needs and goals.

2: To clearly communicate short-term and long-term goals.

3: To encourage a feeling of success at each student’s individual rate of learning.

4: To report the student’s progress to the parent/guardian if applicable and listen to any concerns and answer any questions of the parent/guardian and student if applicable.

5: To devote the entire lesson time to the student. I am a stay-at-home mom and occasionally I may need to attend to my child. In the rare circumstance that your lesson is interrupted, I will offer you make-up time at the end of the lesson or at a time that is most convenient for you.

STUDENT CANCELLATIONS OR ABSENCES: If given 24 hours notice, I will allow for a makeup lesson or cancellation. If I am not notified within 24 hours a lesson credit will be used regardless of whether or not the student attends.

TEACHER ABSENCES: All lessons missed as a result of the teacher canceling will be made up at a convenient time or credited to the next lesson.

TUITION: Lesson credits must be purchased through TakeLessons.com before the scheduled lesson can be taught.

PERSONAL LIABILITY: The teacher is not responsible for any injuries, loss or theft occurring on the teacher’s personal property. Children should not be left at the studio/home unattended. The teacher cannot be held responsible for the safety of the student outside of their lesson time, or the safety of any family members/friends that may accompany the student to lessons.

STUDENT TERMINATION: Students and parents are permitted five initial lessons to decide if the lessons are a good student-teacher fit. If more lessons are purchase after the initial five lessons, lessons should be seen as an on-going commitment. If a student chooses to terminate lessons (after the introductory five-lesson period), the parent/guardian or adult student must inform the studio with a 30-day notice. The student is responsible for purchasing the last month’s lessons whether they choose to use the lesson credits or not.

TEACHER-INITIATED TERMINATION: Lessons may be terminated for unpaid tuition, for repeated missed lessons, or for consistently late or unreturned phone calls, texts, or e-mails. The teacher reserves the right to terminate lessons at her own discretion.
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Zoe March 19, 2018
· Singing · Online
I love mrs.heather ive been with her going on about a year and Ive seen an improvement in myself alot every week is something new and I grow and continue to hear myself get better at singing everyday she's a spectacular teacher!
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London March 9, 2018
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great teacher! she’s very good at finding your problematic areas and fixes them with patience and good advice. :))
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Deep T. March 8, 2018
· Singing · Online
She was amazing
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About Eric M.

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Students will work on piano technique, based on their level of study. They will learn through the use of exercises (playing scales, arpeggios, and studies/etudes), as well as through the application to real-life repertoire, in the genre of their choice (classical, pop, rock, jazz, etc.)

About Eric
I am a classically trained professional opera singer in the North Chicago area. I received my bachelor's degree in vocal performance at the University of Miami and my master's degree at Northwestern University. I have lived, performed, and taught in the Greater Chicago area for two years and am always looking to take on students of all ages who are interested in classical, musical theater, or pop/jazz singing. I can also teach beginning to intermediate piano skills. Let me help you unlock your most beautiful sound!
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Curt G. March 14, 2016
· Piano · In home
My wife and I took 2 months of lessons from Eric and they were all great! We were both basically beginners (I had some memory from lesson that I took as a kid) and Eric helped us get started and off on the right track. He has a great/fun personality and is a great teacher. Unfortunately we were unable to keep taking lessons with him due to a conflict in scheduling. I would totally recommend him as a piano teacher though.
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Kathy February 6, 2016
· Piano · In home
Positive reinforcement, patience with first-time piano student.
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Ian L. January 8, 2016
· Broadway Singing · In home
He had a great personality, very encouraging, and was a good fit for my son who's striving to be a pop/broadway singer.
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From simple nurseries to classical tunes. From songs by your favorite artists to movie themes. Whatever you’ve always wanted to learn how to play, I can teach you how to get there.
I am 24 years old and have been playing piano for 20 years. I was a student granted with scholarships at Peabody Institute up until I was 16 years old when I started focusing more on other studies. I have a numerous amount of experience in classical music, but I also improv and learn songs by ear from time to time. I can also teach some theory as well.
I am currently an online college student looking for students to teach part time. I don’t have much teaching experience but I’ve been taught for many years and know how to make a good curriculum. I don’t necessarily need the money which is why my price is so fair. If you decide to give me a chance, I promise it will be well worth. I am located in Odenton/Gambrills area and I can either teach from home off of my baby grand piano or travel to you. Hours ...

About Rebekah
I am a half-korean, 24 year old online college student who has been playing piano for 20 years. Classically trained since day one, granted scholarships at Peabody Preparatory, and have previously won in state and regional competitions.
I also like to learn songs by ear for fun. I love video game music and I love to improv/do covers on some of my favorite songs. I also play the guitar and do some sound engineering during my free time!
I may not have much teaching experience under my belt, but I have had been taught years by advanced professors and know what makes a good curriculum. I have many books and lots of sheet music at hand, ranging from beginner to advanced. If there's ever a special request to learn a song and as long as there is sheet music, I can teach it to you, whatever genre it may be. I also know theory and can teach that
as well.
I understand there are lots of scammers and illegitimate teachers out there but I promise you, you won't be disappointed if you give me a try. My rate is a bargain for the kind of knowledge I can give out.
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I offer piano lessons to students who are at the beginning-intermediate level. I began learning the piano at a young age, and I know it provided a wonderful musical foundation for me once I began playing the flute at age 11.

In beginning piano lessons students will learn about:

1. Identifying notes on the keyboard
2. Reading music
2. Rhythm and articulation
3. Correct hand positions and fingerings
4. Creativity and music

These concepts and others will be explored through learning exciting pieces, and through studying music theory.

I also encourage my students to be creative, as they explore the piano by creating their own melodies and compositions.

About Monica
I am a flutist, passionate about performing and teaching. I teach flute and piano lessons out of my home-based studio in Coeur d'Alene, ID. Over the 18 years I have been playing the flute, I have come to view it as an immensely versatile instrument. Music has opened up a world of creative experiences for me; through improvisation in jazz, interpreting music as a performer, and composing original ideas.

I received my Masters of Music in Flute Performance from the University of Idaho in 2011, and a Bachelors of Music in Jazz Studies from BYU-Idaho in 2010.
I have performed in jazz festivals throughout Europe and the US. I have been a member of groups such as the Idaho Falls Symphony, Califonia All-State Honor Band, Downbeat award-winning Folsom High School Jazz Band, and various other symphonies and ensembles. In 2009, I was featured as a
concerto competition winner with the BYU-Idaho Sinfonietta.

​I love the Inland Northwest, and try to take advantage of living in such a beautiful place.
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Coeur d Alene, ID 83814
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Average Cost of Piano Lessons in Coeur d Alene, ID

The average cost of 60-minute piano lessons in Coeur d Alene is $60. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $60 and $60 per hour.

30-min $30
 
$30 average
$30
45-min $45
 
$45 average
$45
60-min $60
 
$60 average
$60

For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute piano lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute piano lessons are 25% less expensive at $45, and 30-minute lessons cost 50% less at $30.

Curious how much piano lessons cost in your area? Do a quick search to get local prices for the best piano teachers near Coeur d Alene.

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