*** Specialties *** I specialize in teaching what the student has a desire to learn and great technique combined with a lot of music theory.
I use the Faber method for beginners and supplement with plenty of fun activities and solos.
These are not your grandma's piano lessons! Times have changed and so has teaching. Young students will be introduced to the piano, music and rhythm with many different activities. Older students will be encouraged to set goals and challenge themselves, with an emphasis on learning to play independently. It's important for students of all ages to be playing music they're interested in. I teach all styles, including pop music, movie music, classical music and basic jazz. I'm also offering Wunderkeys lessons. These are piano lessons specifically geared towards preschoolers age 3-5. They learn music, math and more. To learn more about the Wunderkeys program, visit wunderkeys.com Piano lessons are held in my home on my Kawaii piano. I teach most evenings and on Saturdays and am ...
You can play what you can hear. I work on developing the student's mental concept of how a particular piece of music might sound. This solid musical thinking translates into a reliable technique. Technique should come naturally and should not be overly thought, but I will explain what seems to work for me and analyze the student's playing.
Beginning students start with a method such as the well-known 'Piano Adventures'. Lessons should include some study of theory. More advanced students will work on progressively more demanding literature.
My adult students say I am insightful.
I am a fourth-year Piano Performance major at The University of Akron. I am currently studying with Philip Thomson, and my past teachers include Laura Silverman, Douglas Hicks, and the late Eugene Mancini. I have experience teaching six-year-olds, retirees, and those in between. I am patient, encouraging, and very passionate about music. I am available to teach in the student's home or online. It may be possible to have lessons at the church where I am Director of Music. Piano studies overview: You can play what you can hear. I see that student's have a well-rounded approach towards musicianship and playing. Lessons should include theory, ear training, etc. to ensure that students understand what they are playing. Beginning students might start with a method such as the ...
I offer lessons in studio or in your home. Travel outside the 10 mile radius is negotiable beyond what is posted for in-home fee. I am excited to help you or your child develop musically and technically! I love teaching children and want to see them excited about new achievements. I have over 10 years teaching experience and hope to be of service to you! BM - Cleveland Institute of Music MA. - Case Western Reserve University
I have been teaching voice for about 3 years. The lessons will be designed around your interests, with standard repertoire incorporated into your learning to develop a well rounded pianist with proper technique and style. I believe that music is designed for all people regardless of learning level. I accept all students at any level of knowledge of music. It is not about what you know now but the things you learn and take with you through the rest of your life.
I am a senior music education student at Malone University. My primary instruments are voice and trumpet, with a secondary of piano. I also have been teaching guitar for several years. I have experience playing around the U.S and also internationally on various occasions but I am now working to spread the love of music to the next generation and also those who always wanted to just learn more about playing or singing.
I teach beginner and intermediate students. I think playing piano should be fun so we work from lesson books but we also find music that the student enjoys playing.
I am a church musician and music therapist who plays harp and piano. You can hear me play here: https://soundcloud.com/kim-weiss-1.
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