- Teaches students:
- Ages 1+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- March 2004
Ms Dilys has been teaching since 2001. She has taught children and adult of all experience levels. Her goal is to help students to make their musical experience in a fun and fulfilling way by implementing games and other teaching tools.
Ms Dilys received the performance diploma from Associated Board of Royal School of Music. She is a national certified piano teacher from Music Teachers National Association.
*** Lesson Details ***
For young beginners, I use a lot of listening and singing games to increase their interest in learning music. They will be able to read music notes after 3 months and be able to play some short pieces By using the right method, it becomes easy in reading notes.
I hold recitals once to twice per year which give important experiences for our children. For advanced students, i encourage them to take certificate examination and to participate in other competitions
I believe we are striving for the same goal --- make this music learning experience FUN and FULFILLING
*** Travel Equipment ***
All games tools are provided by myself. I expect my student have their own books
*** Specialties ***
Classical, Pop, Easy Jazz
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I had a great experience with Miss Dilys! She makes everything really easy to follow. I've been with her for over 7 years now, and she never fails to do well at her job :)
Ms. Dilys is an outstanding piano teacher. She always knows how to help her students become better musicians. She assists them with practicing and advises small details that make their music come alive. The lessons she teach are full of fun and learning.
Very nice and patient teacher. Made the first lesson fun and not boring or overwhelming for my 5 year old. He sat through the whole 30 minute lesson without any problems because she kept it interesting for him.
Dilys is very skilled in the art of teaching. She is very fluid. In only one lesson my son was playing a song. I feel we have found our life-long piano instructor.
Dilys is a great teacher. She keeps my son engaged and makes sure he learns all the skills needed while making it fun for him by incorporating songs that he enjoys.
Miss Dilys is an incredible instructor. My son has only been taking lessons for a month now...and He learned so much ! He is very enthusiastic to attend his piano class and he's developed a passion to play piano. I attribute all this to Miss Dilys. Her enthusiasm and love of piano has inspired my five year old son. Miss Dilys has made the piano for my son easy to learn and fun to play.
After moving to San Diego, we were very specific in our needs for a piano teacher. Dilys has exceeded our expectations, teaching my 3 boys (each at different levels) in a challenging and engaging way. She elevates each of my sons based on his own style and way of learning. This includes practical work, theory and ABRSM exams. She's magical! Thanks Dilys for the fun and great care with my boys!
I have been impressed with the way she is able to connect with my son and keep his attention. Incredibly competent, Miss Dilys blends compassion and enthusiasm with teaching ability for engaging lessons. And she finds a way to do this with each student as an individual.