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Hello and welcome to my teaching world! I love teaching any one, and any age piano, as it has always been my strongest instrument. I can start as young as four or five (if that child knows her/his ABCs and numbers 1-10); or any adult wanting to refresh their early piano training are exciting as well.
Learning piano is excellent for those young minds entering the school system. You will probably have a very bright A-B Honor student on your hands from the beginning. Learning music is especially helpful in learning math as music and math are based on patterns.
For those serious-minded beginning young adult (or adult) pianists, I use John Thompson Modern (and Adult) Courses; or depending on your goals, perhaps a series of Alfred lesson books.
For younger children, either Alfred's or Bastien courses, depending on goals/aspirations of child/parents. If a student leans more toward accompanying themselves on piano while singing, that's my specialty! Come to me knowing which ...
Hello! My name is Kayla and I've been teaching piano lessons for 5 years. I use different curriculum for each grade level but I mostly stick to the Piano Lessons series by James Bastien. I started playing piano almost 15 years ago using the James Bastien books to start and feel that the curriculum is informative and provides one of the best basic, beginner exercises for piano technique and understanding.
My goal is to make sure that each student is comfortable at the piano and with me as their teacher, as well as to make sure that have a basic understanding of music theory, piano technique, and music reading.
My teaching philosophy is students first. I want people to be able to fulfill their passion of creating beautiful music and acquire a new and very important skill. I order to do that I think students must feel comfortable with their teacher, especially when looking to them for guidance. My style is fairly laid back, I like to make my lessons fun and enjoyable but I do
I have been teaching piano for a few years now and enjoy it immensely. Piano is my passion and my talent. I do my very best to meet your expectations and style my lessons toward your learning needs. I look forward to having you as a student!
Note: Piano lessons are not currently offered Online, only In-studio
Unlike most teachers, I teach piano chords FIRST. They are simple to teach and learn if done properly. In the songs you listen to, there are chords being played whenever you hear singing. You'll start by learning a Beatles song on your first lesson. But there's more. I have developed the first comprehensive tablature for piano. You can choose the old way or my new way, once you've seen me compare the two.
Pedagogy based on Faber Piano Adventures series, theory and history as well as technique
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Intro to the Piano: Learn about the parts of the piano and how to find the all-important Middle C.
Learn about proper posture, hand placement, and other beginner essentials.
Learn about the treble and bass clefs, and tips for remembering the notes on the piano.
Learn what all those sharps and flats really mean, and how to decode your music.
Follow along to master quarter notes, quarter rests, and half rests.
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