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About this pro
29 years in business
Marcy is an amazing piano teacher. As an adult student I appreciated her patience and expertise. She includes piano theory as well as basic piano playing instruction which provides a bigger picture. Her teaching methods are very creative in order to provide the best learning environment for her students.Nov 3, 2017
I have been Marcie’s student for almost three years and it has been so enjoyable and rewarding. She designs her teaching to each students individual wants and needs. She is caring too.Oct 30, 2017
Marcy has been a phenomenal teacher. I am an adult learner just starting on the piano and have been taking lessons from her for 6 months now. Marcy is very patient makes you feel very comfortable about being a beginner. She keeps the lessons interesting, engaging and relevant to your aspirations. She is very knowledgeable about music and about teaching piano. She includes as little or as much music theory as you want. Give her a call. You won't be disappointed. Highly recommended!!Oct 28, 2017
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Choose the lesson plan that works best for you. Each in-person lesson is 45 minutes in length. Weekly Plan: 4 private lessons per month (once a week): $125. Bi-Weekly Plan: 2 private lessons per month (every other week): $95. Monthly Plan: 1 private lesson per month: $75. Video-Only Lessons: Watch assigned pre-recorded videos on your own schedule. Ask questions through email, record yourself playing for feedback: $50. All plans require a Collabra subscription ($10/month) for video delivery (over Internet at home). All plans include access to private lesson recordings, pre-recorded topical lessons and playalong tracks, and the ability to record videos and request feedback in between private lessons. Choose in-studio private lessons or Online using Google Hangouts.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Interested students can chat with me by phone or email to discuss their interests and goals for piano. We can then schedule a free mini-lesson at the studio, where you can sample my teaching style and ask more questions.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I graduated in 1993 with a Bachelor of Music degree (with a piano teaching emphasis) from Western Oregon University. I’ve taught private and group lessons for over 20 years. I have 20 years’ experience as a church pianist/keyboardist in traditional, contemporary, and postmodern worship styles. To continue my own education - and so I never forget what it feels like to be a student myself - I take Jazz lessons from Bradley Sowash at BradleySowash.com.