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  • Best of '16

    Bill Hynes Piano

    (7 reviews)

    You can learn to play Popular, Rock, Classical, Blues and Jazz Improvisation, G.B. Standards, Rhythm & Blues, Bossa, Latin, Gospel, Boogie Woogie styles. I am located just North of Boston, near Saugus Center, Kowloons and Hilltop Restaurants, and The Square One Mall. I have been teaching here for over 20 years. Beginners of all ages welcome. My students' levels range from just starting, to music college students, restarters, other music teachers and well-established professionals. I'll help you decipher anything else you want to bring in; also theory and ear training. I offer free parking. Give me a call with any questions you might have. I'll be glad to try and help with whatever I can. Bill Check out "Go Go Fat Superdog!" on Youtube. It's a video by Owen M. and Jack W. (words, music and vocals), two talented first graders.

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    Piano Lessons Can be Fun

    (5 reviews)

    I customize my training to meet the needs of each individual student. Piano series books only serve as general guides. I encourage even young classical students to listen and play tunes they hear every day to help them build an intimate relationship with the piano, My ability to treat every student in a way that resonates with their specific needs. Some need more visual guidance than others. Some need to really understand the theory behind what they are playing. Some need more encouragement.

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  • Bulent Guneralp Voice Studio - A Winner of Thumbtack's Best of 2015 & 2016 Awards

    (33 reviews)

    Greetings, I am a professional opera singer, voice teacher and vocal coach, at home in diverse genres from spirituals to Broadway. In addition to my longtime music studio, I taught voice at The Boston Conservatory, Quincy Point Music Academy and A Street Music in Quincy. My private studio is in Arlington, is T-accessible, and has convenient and free parking. My students have been from such diverse backgrounds as opera, classical, musical theater, pop, soul, R&B, bluegrass, rock, heavy metal and public speaking (see reviews). Beginners are welcomed. Credentials: * Graduate Performance Diploma in Voice, The Boston Conservatory * Official Recognition by The Massachusetts State Senate * Official Recognition by Thomas Menino, Mayor, Boston, MA * Grant Award, Opera and Broadway Concert Project, Natick Cultural Council, MA * Omaggio al Bel Canto Best Interpretation Award, Stelle dell'Anno Nuovo Festival, Italian Cultural Center, Boston, MA * 3rd Place, NATS Boston Chapter Musical Theater Festival, Boston University, MA * Baritone Soloist and Bass Section Leader, Quincy Point Congregational Church * Drummer, The Cross Roads * Drummer (past), Istanbul State Theater Orchestra * Member (Singer and Teacher), Boston Singers' Resource * Member, Faber Piano Teaching Club I enjoy helping students express themselves musically and live their talents.

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  • Music Elements

    (23 reviews)

    Music Elements is a music school in Chelmsford, MA offering lessons in piano, guitar, voice, drums, bass, sax, trumpet, french horn, trombone, flute and clarinet. We have 8 of the top teachers in the area who teach all styles of music. Our instructors are graduates of music schools including Berklee College of Music, Smith McNally, UMass Lowell, UMass Amherst and the New England Conservatory of Music. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student, a child or an adult, or just jumping back in after years of not playing, we will teach you to play at a pace that's appropriate for you. The goal at Music Elements is not only to teach an instrument, but also to show each student how to make studying music enjoyable. Our weekly lessons are for 30 minutes, but some students prefer an hour. Students have fun at our school. The lessons are a playing session as well as a learning session. Students learn and develop at their own pace and are taught according to their own individual abilities. Come join us to discover or rediscover the joys of music! Remember, the beat is what counts!

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  • LB Music School

    (17 reviews)

    I work with students in making their guitar experience personalized and enjoyable. I provide information to learn not only in your lessons, but also materials for you to learn outside of the lesson format. Most teachers provide you with lessons and that's it. You are left on your own for a week to see if you can remember correctly what you were taught in your last lesson. I am also flexible in my teaching and your learning. There is no one size fits all and I enjoy helping you discover new music and skills, but I also encourage students to help me discover new music as well. If there are songs you have always wanted to learn, let me know and we can work on the together. I love helping people learn. I love when student reach that "ah ha" moment when they really start to get something and realize that things are actually making progress.

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  • Marietta's Piano Studio

    (16 reviews)

    My methodology is eclectic in that I try to customize my approach to each student's individual needs. This enables my students to develop skills in various areas of performance and maximize their potential.

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  • Deyana Valchinova

    (16 reviews)

    I am a musician who has graduated from world class Conservatories such as the Oberlin Conservatory where I received my Bachelors Degree in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy, and the Boston Conservatory where I received my Masters Degree and Graduate Performance Diploma in Piano Performance. I have had incredible teachers and mentors like Peter Takacs, Spencer Myer, Gabriel Chodos, Michael Lewin, Yafei Chuang. With their guidance I have gained incredible knowledge about piano technique,musical phrasing, musical thinking,collaborating, and I have been able to be an inspiration to my students by passing to them all I have learned. As a participant at the Aspen Music Festival, I have seen marvelous performances of world renowned musicians, and that has enabled me to understand the beauty and complexity of music even more. Being exposed to such talent has given me even greater sensitivity and knowledge as a piano teacher. I am a native of the country of Bulgaria where I have been taught by the Russian school of piano teaching, which is very successful, methodical and inspiring. I love to see how much my students learn and how incredibly excited and thrilled they are when they have achieved their goal. I really enjoy listening to my students perform and I am always hugely proud.

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  • AR Music Education Studio

    (15 reviews)

    My name is Anna, and I am a Boston based piano teacher with an extensive musical background. Additionally, I am about to complete my masters in elementary education at Simmons College. I have played the piano for over 17 years and am trained in both classical and jazz theory and performance. I have a great amount of experience working with and teaching children and love to work with beginners as I believe that the key to becoming a strong musician lies in building a solid foundation. I also believe that playing an instrument should be a fun and empowering experience and would love to help you or your child to make it one! I offer a free half-hour trial lesson, feel free to ask me about this when contacting me!

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  • Lenae W. Badger, musician/teacher/performer

    (14 reviews)

    I have over 50 yrs. experience as a performer, 35+ yrs. experience as a church organist/choir director, and 35+ years of teaching privately. I have a cheerful, relaxed teaching style. With piano students I focus on fostering a love of music and music-reading as a life skill, and I tailor my teaching to the unique abilities of individual students, including special needs students. With voice students I focus on helping singers develop good habits of posture, breathing, tone production and diction. I then tailor the instruction based on the age and goals of the particular singer, including ear training, stage presence, audition and performance preparation, repertoire, etc. I am a multi-skilled musician in multiple disciplines, including accompanist for advanced soloists and choral groups. I also play by ear, do a little composing, am able to transpose and improvise, and have some experience with handbells. I also play the 10-bell chime in Scituate's beautiful Lawson Tower. I love everything I do. I am a church organist and choir director and thoroughly enjoy every aspect of that job. I love watching my private students become musicians, and especially enjoy their individual personalities. I also find great satisfaction working with adults and helping them to discover talents they didn't know they had. I particularly enjoy the variety of music and challenging pieces I am exposed to through the choral groups and soloists I accompany.

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  • Page Music Lessons

    (14 reviews)

    All of our instructors are performing musicians with extensive music teaching experience and degrees from some of the world's best music colleges such as Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory. We offer regular recurring opportunities for students of all ages and skill levels to gain performance and ensemble playing experience in addition to their private music instruction. Music is awesome!

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    Aaron Rosenberg: Piano, Music Theory

    (10 reviews)

    Music Theory Tutoring There are at least couple of reasons why you might desire music theory tutoring. 1) You are entering into an undergraduate or graduate music program and are required to take a music theory placement exam. Many colleges provide "practice" or "sample" exams on their websites, so you can have an idea as to what's expected. 2) You are already a student who is doing poorly in the subject and you must raise your grade. There are also reasons beyond these, of course, which I'm happy to accommodate. We can hold as few or as many lessons as we need for you to get where you should be. Whenever possible, we will clarify your school's expectations and work toward that goal. I teach music theory remotely via video conference or from my home in Lowell, MA (downtown, near the Tsongas Center). I typically do not travel unless you are within an extremely close proximity to me. Tutoring sessions are either 1 or 1.5 hours and rates are $40 or $50, respectively. The first session is $30. Payments are made online via PayPal, and all payments must be received no later than 48 hours prior to each session. If a payment is not received by this time, I reserve the right to cancel the session. All payments are nonrefundable. All sessions must be planned at least four days in advance, preferably one week in advance. If multiple sessions are planned in advance, the above payment policy still applies for each individual session. There is no required commitment beyond one session at a time. Piano Lessons I have been teaching piano to students, five years old and older, at a community music center for the last year and privately prior to that in the Roslindale and Jamaica Plain areas. Currently, I seek to increase my number of private students by teaching also from my home in Lowell. I make it fun and enjoyable for my students and try to pull from a number of different teaching lineages. I use method books to introduce students to the written language of music while simultaneously working on tone production and articulation by way of aural imitation. Lesson lengths for younger children can vary according to attention spans, but are typically a half hour long. Lesson lengths for teenagers and adults are typically one hour. My hourly rate is $40 and $20 for a half-hour lesson. The first lesson, the "trial lesson," is half off. Should a student commit thereafter, payment is made for a complete month at the beginning of each calendar month, pro-rated if a student begins mid-month. There are no refunds. Makeups for missed lessons are handled on a case-by-case basis. Students are taught how to practice and are expected to practice daily and diligently. Practice times may vary from student to student, with youngest students setting aside 10 minutes per day, at the least. Parents should help their children when they practice. Students are expected to own their own piano, acoustic or electric. It is crucial that this piano have 88 keys with weighted action as well as pedals. Parents are encouraged to be present at all lessons, silently observe, and take notes if desired. A post-lesson rundown with parents clarifies expectations for the next lesson. An assignment book is required for each student, in which I write the expectations for next week and any other helpful information. It is always helpful if a parent can read music, but it is not necessary. Recordings of the music being worked on will be provided so that the parent can know what the music should sound like. About Me I have been teaching music theory, musicianship (ear training), and class keyboard to undergraduates for a total of nine years and piano to beginners for a total of two years. I hold a PhD in music composition. My degrees come from the Berklee College of Music, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and the University of Oregon School of Music. I am adjunct faculty of music at two colleges as well as a piano instructor at a community music center. I am a composer of, primarily, chamber music, and my music is performed internationally.

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  • Hinako's Piano Studio

    (10 reviews)

    I am an accomplished pianist with over 23 years of performance experience currently offering private piano lessons for students of all ages/levels. My teaching style is tailored very much to each individual's needs and goals. I do use some textbooks (especially for younger children), but as I get to know the students better, I create exercises and sheet music that are customized just for that student, so it really is a unique learning experience for each one of them. I am also committed to making learning music fun and exciting for all ages, from 5 years old to working professionals and beyond. Music is borderless and it's always a good time to start taking lessons at any age, at any level. I play games with younger children a lot, and I introduce a lot of contemporary music to teenagers and adult students. Through music that they know and are familiar with, I introduce and teach new concepts and theory, etc. Through teaching piano and music, I hope to not only guide students so that they learn how to play their favorite songs, but also invite them to a path of long term learning and enjoyment. I am here to help students and discover together how they could better practice, and what daily steps they can take in order to achieve their individual goals. The rest is up to them to absorb them, and to dive in, but I strive to make a difference, to inspire, and to have fun together. I teach any styles of music from classical, jazz, pop, rock, funk, gospel, world music, to name a few. As I said above, music is really borderless, and it is another form of communication. It's another language and it is universal! For me, learning and teaching piano isn't just about going over how and when to press the keys on the piano. It is also empowerment and encouragement through the power of music, through acquiring new set of skills... hoping that the students can go beyond their current limitations while broadening their horizons and expanding interests. I believe music has the power to move/change people, and if I can help guide students through the journey of becoming a better self through music, that is something that gives me immense joy and I feel that it is a gift I share with people around me.

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“Need Piano Lessons”

Sterling, MA

Frequency of lessons
Once a week
Student age
6 - 9
Experience
No experience
Lesson type
Private lessons
Details
One 30 minute lesson per week for both my girls together
$25
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“Need a Piano Teacher”

Nashua, NH

Frequency of lessons
Once a week
Student age
6 - 9
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No experience
Lesson type
Private lessons, Group lessons
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This would be my sons 1st exposure to an instrument.
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“Need a Piano Instructor ”

Waltham, MA

Frequency of lessons
Once a week
Student age
6 - 9
Experience
Beginner
Lesson type
Private lessons, Group lessons
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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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