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For musicians in or around Phoenix, piano lessons are a wonderful place to begin your music education. The piano is fun to play and relatively easy to learn, as long as you have a qualified teacher guiding you along the way. Whether you’re learning piano as a hobby or as a possible career path, we’ll help you find the best teacher for your goals, interests and needs.
Phoenix is home to many great musicians, from jazz to pop to rock styles. Up-and-coming pianists like Kristin Moran and singer-songwriter Michelle Branch are just a couple of the big names who call Phoenix home. The city is also well-known for its jazz scene, with musicians getting their start at wineries, lounges and restaurants.
But whether you want to play like Alicia Keys or Beethoven, beginning with the fundamentals of piano is key. Working with a private teacher will ensure you learn how to read music and practice the right exercises.
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Music reading, sight reading, harmony and transposition, improvisation
For 20 years Ginni has been helping students of all ages to play the piano. Her youngest student was 3 and her oldest (so far) was 72! You really can learn to play at any age! All you need is desire, some time to play and a keyboard or piano.
What students achieve from their lessons depends upon their goals. Some students play to relax at the end of a long day. Others want to play some songs that they love. Students may have always wanted to play piano and have decided that now is the time. Some are developing their gifts while others just think that it's fun!
Good technique is essential in playing the piano. Ginni teaches her piano students how to use their bodies when they play.This helps them to move their fingers across the piano with ease.
Ginni teaches students how to make sense of what is on the page. Whether from a beginning student or an advanced student Ginni answers their questions and guides them ( and if she doesn't know the answer they might look it up together ...
I can teach beginning piano lessons starting as early as age 4 (if the child has shown an interest in music) as well as lessons for an advanced level student. I have 2 different toy pianos available that are great for young children. I use the 'Music for Little Mozarts' series for kids age 4-6. I use method/lesson books as needed with all of my students. We work on music that you want to play and learn! We will work on finger control, scales, arpeggios, technique, and general musicianship. I use flash cards to help you learn to read music faster. For the advanced students, I can help you with your musicality and advanced levels of technique. I can give tips for adding embellishments, improvising, and memorizing music.
At the present time, I am just teaching Beginning Piano. I have been playing piano for over 20 years, but have recently put it on hold to concentrate on mastering my violin skills. I have taught one student in the past for a short period of time. She was doing well but had to quit for financial reasons.
My playing experience includes playing in two piano recitals in San Diego, CA where there were over 50 pianos on a large stage and we played music with partners. That was a lot of fun. I have also accompanied a fashion show which was fun too. I completed four semester of piano at a Jr. College and tested out of piano in a 4-year college, but I mostly play for my enjoyment and relaxation.
I have been teaching young children for many years and will take beginning piano students as young as 5 years old. While I was a public school music teacher, I used Orff-Shulwerk strategies for teaching music. This approach to music teaching and learning is appropriate for pre-school through middle school grades and also has applications for high school and adult education. These strategies are based on the way children learn: sing, chant, clap, dance and keep a beat on anything near at hand.
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Have you always wanted to play the piano? We’re here to help! Get started with these 20 video tutorials hosted by San Diego, CA piano teacher Jordan M, one of our expert instructors with TakeLessons.com. In this free video series, you’ll get an introduction to the instrument and learn a few easy exercises to get you reading music and understanding rhythm!
Intro to the Piano: Learn about the parts of the piano and how to find the all-important Middle C.
Learn about proper posture, hand placement, and other beginner essentials.
Learn about the treble and bass clefs, and tips for remembering the notes on the piano.
Learn what all those sharps and flats really mean, and how to decode your music.
Follow along to master quarter notes, quarter rests, and half rests.
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