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  • Piano Lessons Can be Fun

    (5 reviews)

    I have students from 5 to 65 who learn the music they want to learn, whether it is classical, rock, jazz, new age, pop or easy listening. I play regularly at the BSO Cafe at Symphony Hall in Boston and also compose and teach composition. I spend time to understand where my students want to go musically, and I help them get there in a way that is fun and fulfilling. My greatest pleasure is to help a student tackle something that at first seems unattainable and then see the joy and confidence they experience when they obtain the results.

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  • Isaac's Piano Lessons

    (1 reviews)

    I'm a professional pianist with experience in classical and contemporary styles. I am looking to work with piano students who are interested in getting out of their comfort zone, accelerating their learning pace, and tackling the music they've always wanted to play. My teaching method is very flexible and spontaneous, since I believe learning isn't always a linear process and can happen in many unexpected ways. Teaching usually happens at my place, but I am willing to travel to you if you are within 5 miles from me. I can also give lessons via Skype. Because motivation is important, I am available in between lessons to answer your questions, help you stay focused, and make sure you're feeling inspired! Learning piano can be challenging, but you don't need to be a "fast learner" to get on the fast track. Come as you are, and I will get you there.

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  • (2 reviews)

    The services I offer are private instruction in piano, voice, music theory, and composition.I am also bilingual and fluent in Armenian and English. I provide services in my home however, in extenuating circumstances I am willing to travel in reasonable distances close to Somerville or Cambridge area. I became a music teacher to pass on what I have learned. As a music therapist in-training, I can work with a wide variety of students and learning differences. Music is good for all ages and differences. I will work with the students' abilities to help them grow and achieve their goals while having fun.

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  • Shawn Meehan

    (6 reviews)

    I offer drum and piano lessons. All ages and abilities are welcome! The lessons will give you a thorough foundation in technique, theory, reading and musicality. Individual direction is given as I will focus on your needs and desires as a student. You will learn the art of timekeeping as it relates to ensemble playing as well as soloing.

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  • Piano Romero

    Serving Cerati, Piazzolla, U2, The Beatles, and Rolling Stones, Romero offers music lessons for all ages and all skill levels for piano, voice, guitar, bass, drums and banjo. To enhance your learning experience, we also have regular performance opportunities with our jam sessions, workshops, recital programs, rock school and songcraft programs and more! If you live in Central Arkansas and want to take your playing to the next level, check out Romero!

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  • Peter Moore

    (9 reviews)

    If you want to sing in front of others with newfound confidence, learn efficient, effective vocal techniques and lose bad habits, extend your pitch and dynamic range and gain power, sing while accompanying yourself on piano, guitar, etc., understand the musical theory behind what you're singing, own the stage with a more commanding presence, immerse yourself in the music of the artists you love and find your voice, you need a voice teacher who is fiercely dedicated to shaping you into the best singer you can be. You will work at your own pace. I don't teach my singing method; I teach you. Singing is the most enjoyable expression, and if you can talk, you can learn to sing. If you can sing, you can learn to sing great! About Me My name is Peter Moore. I'm a professional vocalist located here in the Boston area. I've been a voice teacher, vocal coach and performer for more than 35 years. I'm a Berklee graduate who has trained with vocal instructors in Boston, NYC, and LA. The work I did with them improved my range and tone and helped me break bad vocal habits and begin good ones. I enjoy passing this knowledge onto the dozens of aspiring vocalists, ages five to 50, who I'm currently coaching. I am a songwriter and musician as well as being a dedicated teacher. I've toured five continents performing as a vocalist and/or keyboardist for Blue Man Group, Think Tree, Tanya Donnelly, and Bleu, just to name a few. I'm comfortable performing in small clubs, 10,000-seat arenas, or in front of millions as I have on network TV shows (e.g., The Tonight Show and Late Night). I have won and been nominated for many Boston Music Awards. Please visit my website if you're curious about my work. Thank you!

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  • Learn with Laura!

    (1 reviews)

    Hi, I'm Laura, and I love teaching! I teach piano, writing, study skills and elementary to middle-school math. I have many years of experience teaching children as well as adults. No matter what I'm teaching, lessons are customized to the student's age, ability and interest.

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  • Mark Dante Troiano

    (3 reviews)

    Mark Dante Troiano is a singer/songwriter, and a teacher of multi-discipline music lessons. He teaches voice, guitar, bass, piano, and music theory. He is a musical director, conductor, and arranger. Mark is a contemporary musician who teaches holistically. He teaches to better the entire person. As a student of Zen, he incorporates principles of balance, musical discipline, and self-awareness into his teaching methodology to allow the student's inner light to shine through. His services include the following: * Voice lessons * Guitar (acoustic/electric) * Bass (4 and 5 string) * Piano, piano theory, and basic piano improvisation * Music theory * Songwriting He specializes in the following: * Rock, pop, folk, folk-rock, jazz and emo * Arranging, conducting, basic sight-reading, ear training, analysis * How to sing in harmony * How to arrange for contemporary, collegiate and professional acappella * Chord progressions, chord vocabulary, jazz chords * Alternate tunings Mark is a graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, MA. He has a BA in English, dramatic literature and theater, with a double minor in music, theory, composition and voice. At Wheaton, Mark was the musical director of the all-male a cappella vocal ensemble, The Wheaton College Gentlemen Callers. They recorded five albums together. He has recorded two solo albums - The Lightworker's Union and The Long Walk Home. Mark can be found playing out at local clubs, bars, cafes, and coffeehouses. Mark is a self-taught musician, and a professionally trained vocalist. He has been teaching children and adults for the past 20 years. He is serving the areas of Malden, Melrose, Medford, Everett, Wakefield, Revere, Somerville, Stoneham, Reading, Arlington, North Reading, Lynnfield, and Saugus MA. "Be a light unto yourself." -Buddha

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  • I offer beginner piano lessons, including Hanon, Thompson, etc. I am able to travel and can provide lessons at my house.

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  • I'm a student studying in New England Conservatory for a master's program, and started teaching piano since 2003. I helped over 40 piano students to improve their playing skills. The students I taught were from 4 years old to 37, so I have a lot experience in teaching.

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  • Stars and Moon Music School

    I am eager to add new students of all ages and abilities. I have been providing private piano instruction for over 15 years for ages ranging from 4 yrs old to adults. I have a degree in classical composition and attended berklee college of music to study jazz. I am an active local and new england area performing artist, and my musical outlets span a wide range of styles. I take pride in friendly and individualized piano/music instruction. I generally teach fundamental piano from a selection of classic text, but always encourage exploration and improvisation across a broad range of genres, including classical, jazz, latin, and more popular music. What are the instruction goals ? Of course, it depends on the goals of the individual student and often parents. I know for many of my students, their life paths may or may not be rooted primarily in music. What i do know is that whether or not music becomes their primary career goals in life, they can and will immensely benefit and enrich their lives in amazing ways with music! I can say that during my years in music, that in addition to the many talented trained professional musicians i have worked with, i have encountered so many talented musicians where music was not their main profession. They were often as capable, expressive, and sometimes as experienced as any professional musician. For example, i have performed with many skilled talented musicians who were working as scientists/doctors, engineers, and lawyers. What then is the instructional approach? The direction of my instruction does not change, as the same knowledge is will support the students potential to develop as a professional musician or as a highly skilled part time player. For example, developing music reading skills tends to be a relatively slow process, requiring discipline/continuity. While each student develops at their own pace, there is a point in development where an adequate level of music reading will open up a world of written music to them. Being able to pick up sheet music and just play it can open your ears, fingers, and mind to the library of possibilities of musical expression! With all the written music available today in print and on the internet, imagine all the amazing music one can discover! The rather profound caveat of music reading skills is that music exists in the air, in our hearts, and in our minds, not on paper. Written music is just one medium, albeit a highly functional one. It is for this reason that i strive to provide and emphasize a balance of various factors in music/piano instruction. For example, in addition to technical development, harmony, ear training etc., I try to implant as much improvisation and as many modes of personal expression as possible for the student. Each and every student has this ability and it only grows as his or her music theory, vocabulary, and concept grows! This is true for all whether music college students or absolute beginners. In conclusion, I continue to profoundly enjoy watching my students grow musically and for the younger ones a joy to watch them develop into young adults. I am simply serving as a vehicle to support the music knowledge and skills for each student. There is an artist in each and every one of them! I hope my instruction will serve as a catalyst for enabling students to unlock an understanding, a working knowledge through playing, and personal voice in the music in their lives!

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  • FaFa Piano Studio

    With over 10 years of teaching experience, Virginia Tsoi is a professional and passionate piano teacher who teaches with a mission. Music is a self-discovery journey. Everyone deserves such a chance to connect to the soul through music. Under her creative and flexible teaching, her students do not only acquire piano skills and musical knowledge, but they are also able to express themselves in a unique way.

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  • Perfect Timing Productions

    I give vocal and beginning piano lessons. I received a bachelor's degree in music business/management from Berklee College of Music.

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  • YB Resourceful Consulting Talents (YBRCT)

    We are a dynamic consulting "tool box" with online office offering private and customized French lessons via favorite chat messengers, face-to-face piano and hand-drum lessons, project support, consultant referrals, and more. We offer negotiable prices and hours. You win; we win, and we are all happy. Business moves forward. Visit our website for more details!

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  • Alex Music Lessons

    I teach beginner piano, music theory and percussion lessons of any level. I am a Berklee student graduating this May.

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  • Lima's Music Lessons

    I teach drums, guitar, piano, and bass. I never teach 2 students the same way. Everyone is different. I care about all my students.

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  • KJF Lessons

    Kaila J. Frymire is a versatile musician who enjoys performing classical, jazz, and musical theatre repertoire. She regularly performs with the Boston Symphony Orchestra as a member of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus under the direction of John Oliver, and has appeared in performance at Carnegie Hall with James Taylor, Sting, and Steve Martin. She has appeared in productions by New England Cabaret Theatre, Community Music Center of Boston, Boston Metro Opera, Boston Opera Collaborative, MIT's Gilbert & Sullivan Players (Boston), Theatre de la Jeune Lune (Minneapolis), Illusion Theatre (Minneapolis), and the Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company of Minnesota. Additionally, Kaila has performed scenes from The Marriage of Figaro (Susanna), Don Giovanni (Zerlina), Carmen (Micaela & Frasquita), and The Tender Land (Laurie). Kaila has always been passionate about new ventures, collaboration, and taking risks in performance. In 2003, Kaila co-founded Second Act Theatre, credited by local Southwest Journal as the only student-run musical theatre company in Minneapolis. She directed music rehearsals and co-directed a cast of 40 in the company's first production of the Broadway classic Bye, Bye Birdie. Within the same year she co-directed and starred in a production with the newly formed Mayflower Players of Minneapolis. In 2006 she took on another fresh venture, co-directing Songs for a New World by Jason Robert Brown at Augsburg College in Minneapolis with the organization Augsburg Music and Theatre. She also founded and directed the a cappella singing group Augsburg A Cappella. She is especially influenced by the work of H. Wesley Balk and his methods for developing the complete singer-actor. In 2007, Kaila participated in a six-week music performance workshop in Vienna, Austria where she had the opportunity to study classical repertoire with renowned soprano Donna Robin. She has participated in Nautilus Music-Theater's Wesley Balk Opera/Music-Theater Institute in Minneapolis, Cambridge Summer Opera, and several workshops with Tony Award-winning Theatre de la Jeune Lune in Minneapolis. Kaila is an experienced teacher of voice and piano, has directed three full-length musical theatre productions, and is Artistic Director of Minted Music-Theatre. She currently lives in Malden, MA and studies with soprano Kathleen Flynn. Kaila received her B.M. in Vocal Performance from Augsburg College in Minneapolis. My Teaching Style I have a passion for performing and teaching. I believe that music is an essential part of life and that those who are involved in music find success in other areas of life as well. Music gives us energy and confidence! My Promise to My Students I will strive to provide musical instruction of the highest quality to the student by engineering a method specifically suited to his or her needs and aspirations. I will consistently search for new ways to challenge, enrich and improve my students, providing them with the tools for a worthwhile musical experience. Trial Lesson Rate As a courtesy to potential students, I offer a discounted trial lesson of $40 for a 60-minute lesson. Regular Rates * $40: 30-minute lesson * $70: 60-minute lesson * $60: 60-minute performance coaching and audition prep

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  • Wei Yang's Music Lesson

    I am a Boston-based composer/pianist. An alumni of Juilliard, Berklee and Tufts University. I have experience teaching piano lessons, music theory, musicianship and compositions lesson to wide range of students from amateur to students who are in the conservatory. Let me know what you want to accomplish and I will see if I am a good fit for you.

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  • Lucid Drumming

    (2 reviews)

    I am a Berklee graduate offering Drum-Set and Percussion Lessons in Malden, Melrose, Medford, Wakefield, Winchester, and the surrounding areas. I teach at a Metro-West of Boston area Public School which has one of the best music programs in the state, and have great references which can be sent upon request. All styles of music, for all levels/ages are taught. Lessons will provide students with a well-rounded, comprehensive, and self-reliant-based system, mixing enthusiasm with education. I can also teach music theory, ear training, transcribing, arranging, basic piano/keyboard, etc.

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  • I have a BA in Music with dual emphasis upon oboe performance and music theory. I have been teaching consistently for the past five years in either woodwind (flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone) lessons, piano lessons, accordion lessons or music theory / ear training lessons. I have made music a part of my life for over 20 years and look forward to helping you do the same. I studied oboe with Dr. Emilian Badea, piano with Bulent Guneralp, accordion with Dr. Emilian Badea, and music theory / ear training with Dr. David Patterson.

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    Piano Lessons By Anna

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    My daughter absolutely loves her piano lessons with Anna! She is incredible with children and makes my litle girl smile from ear to ear! She is so patient and talented and her passion for music is evident.

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    Lenae W. Badger, musician/teacher/performer

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    My son has been taking piano lessons with Lenae for the past 5 years and we have been very happy with her. As he is approaching his teenage years, it's been a bit of a struggle to keep him interested but Lenae works hard to keep him engaged. She tries to find music he prefers while keeping him progressing musically. She is very patient and has a gentle manner with my son. Lenae also provides thorough and useful feedback on a regular basis. I would highly recommend Lenae if you are seeking piano lessons for your child or yourself (she has adult students too).

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    Composenberg Studios: Music Theory & Piano

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“Need Piano Lessons”

Sterling, MA

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Nashua, NH

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Waltham, MA

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She's been learning piano for 4 years. I am not sure what level she's in.
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