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I have been playing piano since age 3 and teaching for 10 years. I believe it is very important to understand the theory that goes along with what you are playing, so I include some theory in all of my lessons. I love teaching piano and I hope to share the joy of music with others.
I focus on technique, music reading, and theory. But can tailor the lessons to your personal goals.
I started teaching piano lessons in 2010, and I love teaching piano based on what and how the student wants to learn. I like to suggest appropriate piano books to supplement the lessons, but I also enjoy teaching chords and music theory, which are better suited for those wanting to play popular repertoire. I took piano lessons throughout my childhood learning classical piano music and competed in local competitions.
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An experienced piano teacher of 20 years available for students of all levels and ages!!
Classical and Jazz piano
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Intro to the Piano: Learn about the parts of the piano and how to find the all-important Middle C.
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