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Popular Music Teachers in Brooklyn, NY
Starting at $60
- Teaching since 2010
- Teaches students 1 and up
- Bachelor of Music from New England Conservatory
Starting at $30
- Speaks Spanish, English
- Teaches students 7 and up
- Teaching since 1996
Starting at $30
- Teaches students 6 to 70
- Music Education from UTEP
- Teaching since 2003
Starting at $38
- Teaching since 2020
- Teaches students 5 and up
- Music from Lenoir-Rhyne University
Starting at $15
- Speaks I only speak English. My Spanish is very limited.
- Bac. MusEd 1990 from Cleveland State University
- Teaching since 1990
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"I've worked with Diego throughout our four years studying music together at Amherst College, and he is a fantastic pianist and teacher! One of the friendliest and most helpful people I know -- highly ..."
Took Piano lessons with Diego R.
"Brendon is very knowledgeable in Music Theory. We have been working on Schenkerian analysis. He assigns helpful assignments and readings each week to guide my learning."
Took Music Theory lessons with Brendon R.
"I'm from Hong Kong and had come to Mr Brian Lam's masterclass and private lesson in 2018&2019 when he came to HK. To me, Brian Lam is not only a piano teacher, but also a master, mentor and music frie..."
Took Classical Piano lessons with Brian L.
"Mr. Brian is an awesome mentor!! I highly recommend him! I have been studying with him for almost 4 years now and he keeps inspiring me. I did not like my previous piano teacher; all she did was yelli..."
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