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Stephanie D. Tucson, AZ

I have maintained a voice studio in Tucson for over 25 years.

About Stephanie

Voice/Piano available for all levels: beginner to advanced/professional. PIANO: I teach piano to children and adults. VOICE: Above all I love to help singers achieve a higher potential. From beginners to very experienced, I can help you get ready for an important audition or just enjoy singing more. I have a Doctorate in Vocal Performance and have performed in many operas, solo with orchestra, Broadway style, etc. over many years. Extensive piano skills. You do not need to provide an accompanist. Bachelor & Masters in Vocal Performance from Northwestern University. My doctoral minor was Music Theatre. I have maintained a piano and voice studio for over 25 years in Tucson, Arizona.

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Kathryn P. February 15, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
My daughter is 12 and just had her first lesson with Dr. Stephanie. We both were so incredibly pleased with the lesson! Dr. Stephanie was warm, welcoming, intelligent and clearly incredibly experienced. My daughter can't stop talking about how much she loved the lesson and she just can't wait for her next one!
Scott K. Tucson, AZ

From producing your first note to Pop and Jazz songs to seriously intense Classical music.

About Scott

As a composer I have found it necessary never to stray too far from performance. The shear exhilaration one can obtain through playing an instrument is unique and powerful. I have devoted my life to trying to understand and master this elusive beast we call Music. As a child, of a peculiar spirit, I demanded my parents get me guitar and piano lessons. I felt an instant connection to these instruments and was compelled to investigate. After years of inquiry I ended up attending New School for the Arts, a high school devoted to the arts where I studied music composition. From there, I went on to the University of Arizona to receive degrees in Music Composition and Philosophy with minors in Mathematics and English Literature. For my Masters' programs I wondered into the world of ...

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Andres R. December 23, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Learning to play the piano as been pleasant and engaging!

When I first starting taking lessons with Scott I had never taken piano lessons or even knew how to play. Scott knows classical piano music very well and introduced me to great piano pieces for beginners to get started on learning how to play. The lessons will move at your pace and the challenge will never be no more than you can handle. Now I will most likely make it a long term goal to get better and better thanks to his help.
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MaryKayK June 27, 2012
Older Student

Have had three lessons so far and very encouraged by his patience and knowlege of music. I come away encouraged knowing I can do it. I really do like Scott.
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DaveM2 June 15, 2012
I wish I had much more time with Scott

I have only had two lessons, and now find that I have to take a hiatus because of my partner's health. We will be going to California for 3 months of proton radiation therapy for his cancer.Scott has been really terrific with me. He is patient, kind, and has opened new avenues in my understanding of music. I will continue to work on the things he as taught me. I expect that when I get back into the lessons, I will need to start over because there isn't a piano in California for me to practice on. I know that Scott will take this into consideration when this happens. I think Scott is terrific. If you are considering piano lessons, then check him out.
Julia G. Tucson, AZ

Being able to play the piano is such a ….wonderful experience.
You can learn so many pieces with a beginner skill and then as you advance you will be able to play such beautiful repertoire and find yourself as a musician in the process.

About Julia

I began my study of music as a child with the study of piano. I also played and performed clarinet in the school band and marching band (highlight of my youth!), played and performed duet piano works, and also the organ. I was initiated by my native Swiss grandparents into dance and yodel music, which then interested me in ethnic music, in conjunction with my classical music studies. In addition to my music studies, I played intercollegiate sports and studied zoology. The schools I studied at were Western Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, Buffalo State College, and then onto University of New Mexico to begin a Master’s Program. Upon moving to Manhattan, I studied with a well-known voice coach in the opera world, Tom LaMonaco. I also studied voice with Nancy Ribakov and

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Halley K. December 11, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Great teacher, and fun as well!

Julia has been a wonderful piano teacher. I went to her to learn a song I was attempting by myself, not really thinking about continuing lessons. Julia has made piano lessons fun and interesting, and is really good at figuring out how others learn. I've been really enjoying my lessons and plan on coming back for as long as possible!
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Monet P. September 11, 2013
Piano
Wonderful Teacher

Julia was a wonderful teacher for my 8-yr old! She is so patient with children, whose attention may be wandering. In our 6 months of lessons, my daughter learned to identify all of the notes on the musical staff, timing, could play two-handed scales, and several songs. I couldn't believe how fast she learned, all because of Julia's guidance and skill at knowing what was right for her at her level (beginner)!
Jenny C. Tucson, AZ

I have been teaching private piano lessons for 15 years. My lessons include piano, theory and ear training instruction. I want every student to have a positive and comfortable experience. I love working with students of every age and level!

About Jenny

I began piano lessons when I was 7. Even though my brothers quit, I kept playing. I loved playing classical piano music! I had a very influential piano teacher inn high school, and because of that I decided I want to study music education in college. I went to the University of Arizona, where I pursued my passion. I graduated with a Bachelors in Music Education with an emphasis in choral and piano. I then went on to become an Elementary Music Teacher in public schools. That has been my career for the past 10 years. I absolutely love teaching kids about music! I began teaching piano lessons to my mom when I was in high school. Throughout college, I gave lessons to my friends who wanted to learn. After college, while teaching in schools, I started my private home studio where I ...

Dave C. Tucson, AZ

The success and happiness of my students is my top priority. I work very hard to make sure that my students are getting what they want out of our lessons together, that they are making steady progress toward their goals, and that they are enjoying the process as we go.

With each lesson, I strive to:

* Aid students in reaching their musical goals
* Instill an understanding of music theory
* Develop instrumental facility
* Nurture musical growth

About Dave

Hello! My name is Dave and I would like to help you reach your goals in music! I teach lessons on guitar, piano, drums and just about anything that has to do with music theory. The success and happiness of my students is my top priority. I work very hard to make sure that my students are getting what they want out of our lessons together, that they are making steady progress toward their goals, and that they are enjoying the process as we go. I have been teaching music to people of all ages for over 10 years and I enjoy working with beginners. I have a masters degree in music and have performed with many professional groups and have record music regularly in my own studio. I strive to make lessons stress free, engaging and fun. Learning to play isn't easy, but with the right ...

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