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My daughter LOVES going to her piano lessons each week. I would highly recommend lessons with Music Everywhere.
Ron is a great piano instructor. I am an adult with no musical experience. I started taking piano lessons from Ron about six weeks ago and I can already play some basic songs. He is a great teacher and I highly recommend him to anyone who wants to learn how to play the piano.
Mary Wagner is a wonderful piano teacher. I tried taking lessons back in my 20s and after six months I was still doing just very basic things. Im in my 50s now and I wanted to give piano another try. I havent even been with Mary for six months yet and Im already moving my hands all over the keyboard and playing songs other than Mary Had a Little Lamb. She is amazing!
Quick and easy to coordinate piano lessons for my six year old.
My 8 year old daughter started piano lessons at age 5. I wanted her to enjoy learning and not view it as work. Julie Ann is such a great instructor she was able to read my daughters personality and, in turn, tailor her teaching to my daughters natural pace. She doesn't push or force students to perform -- she engages them and makes them feel confident in their learning. Julie Ann keeps us informed on progress, learning strategies and helps us understand how to help our daughter continue learning during home practice times. I reccommend Scottsdale Studio of Music to students of all ages who are interested in learning an instrument.
I have taken piano lessons with Lesli for eight years and cannot begin to share in this short space what an amazing teacher Lesli is. Whether you are a beginner or expert student, Lesli provides excellent instruction and motivation. Her passion for her students and music is expressed in all aspects of her studio and I recommend her wholeheartedly.
We love Ms. Deborah! We have been taking lessons for 3 months now and my daughter truly looks forward to her special time with Ms. Deborah each week. We love her sensitivity to students' musical interests. In addition, she models joy and passion for music which is contagious to not only her student but the entire family. She is really helping my daughter to take ownership of all of the piano skills she has and to develop her own style. We look forward to the special extras she has thought to include with our piano lessons such as drum playing, musical games, etc. Even siblings who are not currently taking piano are enthralled with Ms. Deborah's singing, teaching and fun lesson activities that occur each week in our home. She pours her heart and soul into making lessons engaging, challenging and fun. Thank you Ms. Deborah for all that you do!
My son has been taking Piano lessons from Dr Jeff. He is super good with kids, the right environment for any kid to learn a skill. Easily adopts to the students skill and has tons of knowledge. Definetely recommend.
My Husband and I chose Gerry for our music lessons and we're very happy we did! My husband is learning guitar and I am learning keyboard. He is very proficient and knowledgable in both. His approach to teaching is fun and unconventional... meaning I wasn't just sitting there trying to read notes that made no sense to me. I learned quite a bit in one lesson and am actually enjoying the learning process. Thanks, Gerry!
I took piano lessons from Karl. He was very patient. He helped me improve my reading skills and taught me how to play popular songs.
I went to Bryan for a piano lesson--it was great! He was extremely patient and definitely knows his stuff. He was able to carefully and clearly explain challenging musical ideas to me. He also provided very practical tips that almost immediately improved my piano playing. When teaching, he is able to demonstrate even the most complex of techniques. The lesson was informative and well taught! None of my previous teachers even come close. I'll definitely be back!
Nathan is an amazing musician, and he has the ability to translate what he does into something you can learn - including how to play by ear! He has a keen eye and ear for picking up what I am not doing right, and if there is something I can't grasp, he has patience and explains the same thing in different ways so I understand it better. He is encouraging, and non-judgmental, which really helps me enjoy lessons.
Amy is an excellent piano teacher! She has been great with my 9 year old. She is teaching her the proper way to learn piano unlike her previous teacher that took my daughter down a different path. You can tell that Amy loves teaching and has a passion for music. She is patient, but pushes my daughter to do her best. I highly recommend Amy!
My son took piano lessons w Karen & had a wonderful experience. Karen was patient & really seemed to care about the students & their progress. She took the time to teach & never felt rushed like she was looking @ the time just waiting for time to be over, as I experienced w a different piano teacher. I would recommend Karen as a piano teacher.
My experience, which covers over 20 years of teaching music and performing nationally, has prepared me to share this knowledge with you. I will design lessons, keeping your interest in mind. My goal is to teach you the skills while enjoying the process! I have a music teaching degree, have taught K-12, compose music, directed choirs and lead contemporary music groups . I teach guitar, keyboard, flute, violin and more! I teach voice lessons too.
I am one person teaching multiple children on multiple instruments. I get siblings to play music together and absolutely love it. I have abundant proof of typical results that i get at the website provided. I have many, many more youtube channels filled with my students videos. Getting one child to play numerous instruments is my forte.
Learn how to do the following: * Read jazz charts and play proper chord voicing * Tap into your innate ability to improvise naturally * Practice efficiently with techniques for jazz and blues that yield high-quality results * Swing and groove! Learning to play jazz or blues can be a hit-or-miss proposition. Imagine a typical practice session of a beginning or self-taught jazz or blues musician. First, they must hunt for a chord (or a chord progression) that sounds good to them. Then, because they are untrained, they must repeat every chord over and over in order to remember it. They must depend completely on their visual, aural and tactile memory to find and use the chord the next day. This is a valid, even necessary approach, but it is missing a crucial element -- it provides very little intellectual control. My approach to teaching jazz harmony is to supply the missing element of intellectual control along with the necessary visual, aural and tactile practice. This, combined with teaching proper chord voicing and playing techniques will give jazz students at any level a solid foundation in jazz harmony and afford them true mastery of their playing. My approach to teaching jazz improvisation is through teaching of rhythmic, technical and harmonic elements with the goal of unifying feeling, hearing and playing as an expression of your heart, ears and hands. Particular attention is paid to extensive listening to and emulating the sound and feel of great jazz masters and tapping into and expressing your own feelings and musical voice. I have been teaching jazz and blues piano and playing professionally for over 30 years. I have a B.A. in music from Michigan State University and attended Interlochen Arts Camp in Interlochen, MI, where I studied with the internationally acclaimed composer/arranger, Gunther Schuller. I have also studied with award-winning pianists, Manfredo Fest, Art Resnick and Armand Boatman.
I offer professional, fun piano lessons for beginner to intermediate students, ages 4-100. Anyone who is willing to learn will enjoy a personalized lesson, centered around his or her learning style.
I teach all levels and abilities. I can get you started and I'll show you how to keep going. My services include the following: * emphasize theory * ability to read some music especially rhythm * understand chord use * how to listen and hear the music
I have taught piano, organ, keyboard, and accordion in the valley, consistently for 20 years. I am an active jazz pianist, as well as, a composer and writer. Of the many hats that I wear, teaching is my passion. There is no greater joy, than to participate while a person is realizing their dream of making their music. I teach all ages and enjoy them all. My lessons are in a relaxing atmosphere, where students feel at home. I also teach musicians to enhance their improvisational skills, and vocalists to accompany themselves on piano.
I've been teaching flute and piano for over 20 yr in the Phoenix area. I have a master's degree from New England Conservatory in Boston. My students have participated in regional and all-state events and placed first in Az Flute Society Competitions. I focus in on each student's individual needs and talents to get the most out of lessons and enjoy.