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Bachelor's in Management and Music from Pensacola Christian College
Teaches students 4 to 17
Awarded Alternate from Pensacola Christian College
I have been teaching piano since 2014 and have a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Piano. I have been a church pianist for over 10 years and specialize in Hymnplaying Improvisation but also teach classical, folk, and pop. The age range is for children 4 and up and I use a variety of methods depending on the student.
Hello! My name is Mrs. Emily Overstreet. I’ve been playing piano for over 16 years and have been teaching piano for 6 years. My musical adventure began in elementary school when I started playing the recorder. My next goal was to learn how to play the piano by myself. At age 14, I started lesson
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have studied with Wanchi Huang at James Madison University for six years. At JMU, I earned a Bachelor of Music and a Master of Music, in violin performance. I received my D.M.A. at Catholic University of America, studying with Jody Gatwood. When I was a student at JMU, I taught several studen
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Teaching since 2013
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Associates of Art: Piano Education and Performance from Community College of Baltimore County
What I enjoy most about the piano is=
The opportunity to show my students what sounds and ideas they can create from the piano; sounds that are uniquely their own; sounds that have meaning and purpose and are full of their own emotions. That is the most rewarding part of teaching.
Also= As a musician who takes great care of his body with a wide range of physical activities and has studied the human body thoroughly, I'm very adamant that piano playing requires tremendous physical dexterity and bodily control, not just knowledge of the music alone.
Point= My overall approach to piano lessons simply put is: How do we form the closest bond between "Us" and the "Instrument"?
So how do we achieve this.
I do this by training the student's hands & body to move in the way they were designed by nature to move.
I fully understand music theory, chords, scales, and rhythm and I will teach you everything I know about them. Point= So does every cookie-cutter piano teacher.
What I enjoy most about the piano is= The opportunity to show my students what sounds & ideas they can create from the piano; sounds that are uniquely their own; sounds that have meaning and purpose and are full of their own emotions. That is the most rewarding part of teaching. Also= As a m
Speaks Russian, Polish, French, English
Teaches students Male: 5 to 14; Female: 5 and up
Teaching since 2001
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Thank you for choosing my profile. My name is Maggie and I am a Polish/ Ukrainian/Belgian pianist. I come from family of musicians and painters and as long as I remember I play the piano, harpsichord, sing and compose. My parents own a piano school in Europe so thanks to that I started teaching already 15 years ago. Since then I have been teaching my own piano and voice students in the Bay area. I can teach beginners, medium level and advanced students of all ages but I also can prepare you for concerts or competitions if needed. My pupils perform at least twice a year. A little about myself: I have three Master Degrees in music from universities in Europe and USA . I speak English, French, Russian and Polish. I hope you will have fun learning music with me! Please write a quick intro about yourself and what would you like to learn this year. Thank you!
Hello Students! Let me know what is your goal in learning piano and which pieces you would like to learn. I hope I can do my best to instruct you and make the learning process pleasant and efficient. See you soon!
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 1985
Bachelors from University of Minnesota
I'm very good with young students. Flute is very difficult for smaller, younger ones because of the instruments size. And it's difficult to even get a sound sometimes.
" There's a difference between playing the notes and making the Music. Wanna know the difference? "I've been a professional musician and teacher for over 35 years. I have a degree from the University of Minnesota and I studied music at the University of St. Thomas when I was in high school. I've pe
Speaks Korean, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelor in voice from Sungshin Women's University
I have experienced piano teacher of 10 years. I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of piano skills.
Hi my name is Jiyoung. I have given private piano lessons and classical voice lessons more than 10 years. I attended Peabody Institute for Master's degree.
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