- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
Hi! My name is Nadia, and I would love to be your teacher! I have a Bachelors (concentration - Classical Piano) and Masters of Science in Music Education from Western CT State University.
I have been teaching piano, as well as general music/choir in an elementary school in CT. I love to sing, play music and folk dance with my students. Next school year will be my first year staying home with my children, so my hours will be flexible to accommodate your needs.
Whether you are looking to learn classical piano or contemporary songs, I can help! I've taught children to play Mozart, teenagers to play their favorite radio hits, and adults who have wanted to learn basic chords to play in their church bands.
I am also a native Spanish speaker, so if you would like to learn the language and/or music from the Latin countries, I'm your teacher!
Perform contemporary and traditional worship music
Arrange and choose weekly music for services
Performed contemporary worship music
049: K-12 Music Education
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