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Anne F.

North Fort Myers, FL

About Anne

Watching her aunt perform a piano sonata at a graduation ceremony inspired Anne to learn to play the piano at age seven. After years of lessons, she stopped to pursue other interests, including a degree in Electrical Engineering. But the music never really left her so after what turned out to be a 20-year break, Anne began again in 2002 studying music theory, adding a return to piano performance in 2004.

In April 2008, Anne debuted her own compositions in recital. Several piano students have performed her music as well, both as "teaching pieces" and in recital. Recent compositions include
music for piano students and piano arrangements for Celtic and popular music.

Trained as a classical pianist, Anne's repertoire includes classical, Broadway, Celtic and popular music. She performs regularly in both formal recitals and informal gatherings.

*** Lesson Details ***
It has been said that Beethoven cautioned his students that playing without emotion, without being part of the music, without caring, is unforgivable. My goal is to help you express your emotions through playing the piano.

To bring out the emotion in the music, it is important that the lesson plan is tailored to each individual. It is equally important to pursue the music that interests the student the most.

It is fun to play the piano and it is a skill that can be learned - or re-learned - at any age.

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*** Studio Equipment ***
baby grand piano

*** Travel Equipment ***
I have an older 64 key keyboard that I could bring if necessary, but I would expect the student to have a keyboard or piano available to practice on.

*** Specialties ***
Classical, Broadway, music theory, chords
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Anne F.

Anne F.

North Fort Myers, FL 33903
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$20 / 30-min
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Francesca V.

Sarasota, FL

About Francesca

*** Specialties ***
Hi, my name is Francesca V., former Voice Faculty of the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. I have also taught music for 22 years in the public schools, first in Milwaukee, WI and then in Sarasota, FL. I direct a children's choir. I have degrees in Vocal Perf and Theater Ed from the U W- Madison, as well as a Masters in Music for Vocal Perf, and a Minor in Piano from The Manhattan School of Music. I am a classically trained Lyric Coloratura Soprano and I sing frequently in the Sarasota and Anna Maria Island area, I have taught and sung Musicals, Oratorios, Contemporary Chri
stian styles of song and Gospel. I have also worked in Theatrical Productions as well as taught children's theater for stage productions.
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Francesca V.

Francesca V.

Sarasota, FL 34232
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$30 / 30-min
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Anna P.

Port Charlotte, FL

About Anna

I love teaching others to enjoy music! We have fun in our lessons and laugh frequently. I prefer to teach from the Alfred's Basic Piano Library, but will work with what you already have to save money up front. I like to teach music theory and strive for my students to understand theory concepts.

I currently teach from my home with an electronic piano. Cozy atmosphere and comfortable couch for parents, siblings, and/or friends. Recommend for students to have access to a keyboard, organ, or piano for practicing throughout the week.

If the student wishes, I try to help them play by ea
r, write their own songs, and play what they enjoy along with their lesson book. We can work on major & minor scales, chords, arpeggios, and rolling broken chords.

I'm currently on rotation with my home church as a keyboard player. I'm so grateful that God has given me a talent, and I want to give back and praise Him!
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Anna P.

Anna P.

Port Charlotte, FL 33954
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$20 / 30-min
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Brenda Louise H.

Sarasota, FL

About Brenda Louise

Consider the advantages of studying music privately! Here in my Sarasota home, the atmosphere is quieter than having a lesson in a public music business establishment. In a private atmosphere, you, the student and I, your teacher are better able to concentrate and hear one another.

A current member of MTNA (Music Teachers National Association,) I hold a B. S. in Music from Adelphi University located in Garden City, NY. I've been teaching piano and voice since 2002 to students 5 years old and older. Student recitals are held twice yearly at my home. Students learn music appreciation, music
history, genres, artists, and composers from materials here in my music library.

Voice students will rehearse periodically with a professional accompanist and perform with a professional accompanist. I've performed nationally and internationally; ten years singing with Palm Beach Opera Company, and in Quebec, Montreal, Spain, Italy, England, Denmark, Austria, and Jamaica, W.I.
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Brenda Louise H.

Brenda Louise H.

Sarasota, FL 34240
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$27 / 30-min
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Jed W.

Fort Myers, FL

About Jed

Hello,

My name is Jed.

I would like to use my experience in music you learn.

I am easy to get along with and I am very patient with students.

I can adapt techniques to suit your individual goals and timeframes.

I look forward to meeting you!
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Jed W.

Jed W.

Fort Myers, FL 33905
starting at
$15 / 15-min

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