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Piano was my first love and I ended up minoring in it at OU. I love teaching piano to kids from 5 to 95 years old!
Mainly for younger students, I teach piano basics, including reading music, chords and lead work
This will be goal based, depending on the student's wishes. I can teach chord progression, classical technique, basic improvisation, hymn reading. Much of the piano course will center around improving sight-reading skills in the particular focus of the student.
According my learning and teaching experience, I will use book of “Teaching Little Fingers To Play” by John Thompson for the beginner. Also I will offer free lesson for the parents and let parents and kids play duet. If the intermediates I will use Keyboard wellness method to teach student that will help them to build a strong foundation of classical piano skills.
I love working with students of all experience levels and help them achieve on states theory test and piano festival.
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