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Popular Music Theory Teachers Near North Fort Myers

Check out some of our most popular teachers near North Fort Myers including Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Bokeelia, Saint James City and Punta Gorda.

Hannah P. Labelle, FL

Preparing students to go to college as a music major or minor needing to test in.
I build music theory and fundamentals into any instrument taught, after I teach a student, they have the basis to play any instrument.

About Hannah

I'm Hannah P. Ms. Hannah to you. I began teaching at age 16, and have taught for several decades. I majored in voice and piano, and minored in several instruments in college receiving a BA. I can teach music to a turnip! I thrive on figuring out what style, methodology and the best learning mode that fits each student from ages 5 to 105 ! I can't wait to start teaching YOU! I teach children and adults with special needs and even non verbals. I do music therapy to teach somewhat non verbal to non verbals music. I do classes and individuals. *** Lesson Details *** I take students at whatever pace they are capable of producing. I'm serious about teaching, but I'm fun loving and non threatening and keep things very intriguing and interesting. My style is to connect to you. ...

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Angela E. October 24, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Hannah has been fantastic. She is patient and has worked with my son above and beyond our expectations. My son has made great strides with Hannah. He enjoys going to his lessons. She expects him to do his best and practice but allows him to make choices that help him achieve his goals.
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phillip W. June 27, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
I enjoyed the sessions with Hannah. She assisted me to begin singing with my breath more so than with anything else. Keeping my chest from collapsing, my head low, and my chin from pushing out. I am interested in receiving more coaching.
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Lois F. October 9, 2012
Verified Student
Hannah is very enthusiastic and passionate about teaching.

I have really learned a lot since I started. Hannah is very well prepared with a program tailored for me at my level. She is very enthusiastic and positive throughout the session. She is also very knowledgable.
Anne F. Fort Myers, FL

I teach basic music theory to help students understand the "why" behind the structure.

About Anne

Watching her aunt perform a piano sonata at a graduation ceremony inspired Anne to learn to play the piano at age seven. After years of lessons, she stopped to pursue other interests, including a degree in Electrical Engineering. But the music never really left her so after what turned out to be a 20-year break, Anne began again in 2002 studying music theory, adding a return to piano performance in 2004. In April 2008, Anne debuted her own compositions in recital. Several piano students have performed her music as well, both as "teaching pieces" and in recital. Recent compositions include music for piano students and piano arrangements for Celtic and popular music. Trained as a classical pianist, Anne's repertoire includes classical, Broadway, Celtic and popular music. She performs

Anna P. Port Charlotte, FL

About Anna

I love teaching others to enjoy music! We have fun in our lessons and laugh frequently. I prefer to teach from the Alfred's Basic Piano Library, but will work with what you already have to save money up front. I like to teach music theory and strive for my students to understand theory concepts. I currently teach from my home with an electronic piano. Cozy atmosphere and comfortable couch for parents, siblings, and/or friends. Recommend for students to have access to a keyboard, organ, or piano for practicing throughout the week. If the student wishes, I try to help them play by ear, write their own songs, and play what they enjoy along with their lesson book. We can work on major & minor scales, chords, arpeggios, and rolling broken chords. I'm currently on rotation with ...

Lauren H. Bonita Springs, FL

Ever wondered why music theory didn't make sense? The key to learning basic music theory is to learn and use the same systems that all us musicians use.
Get better at your instrument: learn the basics behind music thoery, rhythm and meter, scales and key signatures, intervals , chords, roman numeral analysis, chord progressions, etc.

About Lauren

I am professionally trained and certified pianist and vocalist. I am able to work with all ages and those who are at the beginner to intermediate performance levels. I specialize in early childhood and am endorsed in ESOL and ESE. I have a passion for music and teaching anyone who wants to learn!

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Bonnie T. October 21, 2014
Verified Student
Lauren, is very patient, knowledgeable and always pleasant

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