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Piano Lessons For Everyone

Brooklyn, NY

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About Piano Lessons For Everyone

I teach piano, recorder, and voice in my home. Private lessons usually once or twice a week. Beginner adults and children are welcome as well as more advanced students.

I have had some luck with 3 year olds but most children prefer to start a bit later. And it is never too late to start!

Lessons include piano technique as well as theory and a little music history. I have an MFA in Piano Performance and a license to teach music in NYS and NYC. I have taught for many years and enjoy teaching. My background is classical and I encourage popular music and improvisation.

My students enjoy working with me because I help them to have fun in the process of learning. They also enjoy my flexibility regarding scheduling and make-up lessons. I'm a composer and sometimes write music for them to play which makes it a unique experience.

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135 Eastern Parkway, 4D
Brooklyn, NY 11238

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  • 5/5 stars January 27, 2015

    My daughter and I both take lessons with Beth. She is a great teacher. She is knowledgeable, patient and kind. Her rates are very reasonable and she is flexible as well, accommodating her students' busy schedules.

  • 5/5 stars January 27, 2015

    In short, Beth Anderson is an amazing piano intsructor. I began my lessons with her about four years ago and have drastically increased my skills on piano since then. Ms. Beth Anderson-Harold really cares for the progression of each of her students and ensures they reach their full potential; learning the piano through her will not be a waste.

  • 5/5 stars January 27, 2015

    My son started taking piano lessons with Beth after his first two years with a piano teacher who, although was very nice, was not very rigorous in her methods. He could read music fairly well, but his technique was sloppy. Beth got down to basics: tempo, correct fingering, etc. Our son will never be a concert pianist, but Beth has taught him the basic skills that are needed to play well at his level. He has been with her for about four years now and he enjoys his lessons with her. She is basically everything someone could hope to find in a piano teacher: she is a professional musician herself, but she is very patient of the limitations of her students. She is very nurturing. Our son never feels discouraged.

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