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I teach piano both as a starting to other instruments and as a goal in and of itself. My method is to teach as much as I can in the learning style of the student. I have taught from every available piano method book out there. The goal is not to get through each book as quick as we can. The goal is to become a student who enjoys making music. The student and I work as much as we can during the lesson time on the understanding of the songs, method, style, and theory of music. Therefore, if a someone does not have much time for practice during a week, as happens for time to time, they will still learn and progress.
I have many years of experience teaching students of all ages and ability levels. More of my background is explained in my biography section of this website.
Also, every good musician should have a basic knowledge of the keyboard by being able to pound out chords, play some melodies, and even know a decent number of songs.
Karen has a BA in Music Education. Karen's School of Music has been teaching Piano lessons for 25 year! We just celebrated our anniversary with a big Recital! Many students have won State and National Competitions, and one even at the National level.
Karen is a professional member of St. Paul Piano Teachers Association and Minnesota and National Music Teacher Associations.
Students have fun learning, and use which ever method works best for them. They have one private 30 minute lesson per week, with opportunities to perform recitals throughout the year, and win certificates in music theory, and repertoire through MMTA. We perform at Christmas, and have a big Spring recital each year.
M.M. in Piano Performance, B.A. in Performance and Pedagogy. Offering an accelerated course of all styles tailored specifically to each individual. No extra costs of materials, everything provided by Mr. Sieberg. His Focus is to make music fun for ANY level student and encourage students to be creative, no matter their goals.
As important as performing is to Matthew, teaching is also an essential part of his mission. His wide knowledge of the instrument's power and his ability to adapt to your goals and learning needs makes him one of the best in the field. Current students are all ages and abilities.
Tablets are encouraged!
Matthew S. is a Mankato, Minnesota native and began performing for the public as a choir accompanist and church musician at age 11. Participation in piano competitions and master classes also helped fuel his passion for the instrument early in life.
Mr. S. earned a B.A. in Piano Performance from Bemidji State University. He received his
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