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Adeline's Piano Studio

Arlington, TX

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About Adeline's Piano Studio

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Our monthly rates for private lessons include:

* $92 weekly half-hour session
* $138 weekly 45 minute session, and
* $184 weekly 60 minute session

Unique features to the studio:
1. Watch Netflix (movies, cartoons, or tv shows) while you wait for the lesson in a separate entertainment room adjacent to the studio.
2. Toys available for children to play with while waiting.
3. Technology is periodically used in the lesson for example Ipad, laptop, and synthesizer.
4. Interested in lessons for 2 or more children? We have two experienced, qualified instructors and two separate studios that allow us to teach two kids at the same time, which means less waiting time for you.

Instructor:My name is Adeline. I have a Master degree in Piano Pedagogy and Composition. I also hold a Master certification in Producing from Berklee College of Music, Boston. I have been teaching private piano for 13 years including 2 years teaching MIDI (Music Technology) and Music Appreciation in Tarrant County college.

Students are encouraged to participate in recitals, piano solo contest, summer music camp and other events in UTA held by Arlington Music Teacher association.

Location

Arlington, TX 76016

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  • 5/5 stars July 16, 2014

    Possibly one of the best Piano instructors in the Arlington area. She was able to make learning the piano fun to my son and has defined his technique! Highly recommended.

  • 5/5 stars July 16, 2014

    Our daughter started with Adeline when she was 6. She has made very good progress with Adeline and has won many awards over several competitions at UTA. My wife and I would highly recommend Adeline!

  • 5/5 stars October 5, 2012

    Good first class... Adeline was very patient and engaging with my daughter who is only 3 years old. Replied to all my messages in a timely manner.

  • 5/5 stars August 1, 2012

    It worked very well. I found a good piano teacher for my granddaughter!

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  • Adult piano lessons is now available for students over age 18. These lessons are designed for those of you who just want to learn to play a piece that you like, playing chords, accompanying yourself or learn to read. No commitment required, and only pay by lessons taken. $25 per 30 min lesson, $38 per 45 min lesson, $50 per hour lesson. Lessons have to be paid full before the class begins. Class time will be scheduled in week to week basic.
    Apr 03, 2013 at 2:09 pm

  • My husband who also an experience piano teacher with the Master degree in music, will be joining the team and provides lesson as well. We can now teach two lessons at the same time in separate room. We are accepting new students.
    Mar 25, 2013 at 6:35 pm

Question and answer

Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

A. I teach students from all ages with the youngest even start with age 3. Each lesson include techniques, sight-reading and theory. Student will also have chance to learn to improvise and accompany other musicians. The goal for the lessons are for students to be independent music maker and be able to express themselves through music.

Each student is required to attend recital every semester. Festivals, piano contest and theory tests are optional but strongly encouraged.

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. 1. Find out if they teach notes reading or fingering reading. Some teachers write down a lot of fingering in the students' music. Students turn out relying on the teacher to write down the fingering for them all the time rather than reading the notes. My goal is to teach students to be great sight reader who can be their own teacher.
2. Find out if the teacher teach theory. Theory is the foundation for composition, arrangement, improvisation as well as musicianship. It is imperative for my students to take theory test every year and do their theory every week.
3. Find out if the teacher can provide different performance opportunities. Recitals, festivals, and contests are important in helping students to set their goals when learning piece. I am a member of Arlington Music teacher association, my students perform, participate in festivals, recitals, and competition in University of Texas at Arlington very frequently. They also accumulate participation points to earn trophies at the end of the year.

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