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My daughter, Grace, has taken piano lessons at Musics Elements for the past 3 years. We couldn't be happier! Jamie Lonto has been her instructor and he absolutely knows how to make lessons fun and how to connect with kids of all ages. He was so smart to find out what music she would like instead of just having her play one style of music. I have several friends who have taken voice and guitar there as well and have loved it. The recitals certainly show how enthusiastic and dedicated Anita and her whole staff are at teaching and celebrating music! I highly recommend Music Elements!
I offer private music lessons for all ages. Lessons are offered for all levels of singing and beginner to intermediate piano. My focus is on assisting each student to develop healthy musical technique and engage them creatively in their pursuit of repertoire in the styles of their choice. I strive to bring a sense of pride and joy to each and every student by helping them discover their instrument as well as nurturing their creativity and artistry. My lessons are geared towards each student's individual goals and needs. I guide my students by using a variety of methods and techniques based on voice science and body awareness in a supportive and encouraging manner.
I have been taking piano lessons from Marietta since October 2014 at her studio in Watertown, MA. I am a thirty something year professional who decided to learn piano and have been looking for a piano teacher for a while until finally found Marietta on Thumbtack. Upon meeting her I realized that she is the one and my search is over. Marietta is a highly professional piano teacher, she is patient with beginner students like me and very passionate about teaching. She has students at all ages and levels. She highly emphasizes on correct coordination and technique and make sure you have adopted the right hand skills before she moves on to the next lesson. She is very nice, supportive and approachable and you can always ask any questions you might have. I live and work far from Watertown, but I think piano lessons with Marietta is totally worth the 15 mile commute.
Deyana is a great teacher. She is very knowledgeable and patient. It is easy to find good piano players in Boston, but hard to find someone who is able to teach well as well. I would recommend her to anyone looking for piano lessons.
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.
Page Music Lessons offers music lessons in Boston, including piano lessons, guitar lessons, voice lessons, drum lessons as well as lessons for many other instruments. Choose to study with us at our studio on Newbury Street in the Back Bay of Boston, in your home in the metro Boston and Cambridge area, or from anywhere in the world via webcam. Our Back Bay facility is conveniently located right by Hynes Convention Center station on the Green Line and is also accessible by the number one bus. Page Music Lessons also offers a unique array of performance opportunities and special events, including our recitals, jam nights, kids jams, song nights and special ensemble classes to enhance your experience and accelerate your learning. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Our experienced music teachers have degrees from highly acclaimed schools such as Berklee College of Music, New England Conservatory (NEC), and Boston Conservatory. Our instructors have also worked with well-known musicians, such as Vernon Reid, Gary Cherone, Dropkick Murphys, Mike Gordon, Melvin Sparks, Sonya Kitchell, Sam Hooper, Slightly Stoopid, Enrico Marconi, Charlie Hunter, Bill Frisell, Fritz Gearhart and many more. Page Music Lessons offers music instruction in Boston on the following instruments: * Piano Lessons * Guitar Lessons * Drum Lessons * Voice Lessons * Violin Lessons * Cello Lessons * Viola Lessons * Bass Lessons * Saxophone Lessons * Flute Lessons * Clarinet Lessons
I have been taking advance piano lessons from Christie for about five years. I had completed a music education program before meeting Christie and then had a long break from music. Christie took my piano playing from a hobby to a profession. She had challenged and inspired me in many ways - from believing I could learn and perform advanced classical pieces to letting me perform with a professional jazz band. Christie motivated me to learn musical theory on a deeper level, prepare for rigorous Royal Conservatory examinations, explore voice lessons, and most importantly inspired me to teach music as well. It was Christie's belief in my abilities that helped me become an educator myself. I am now teaching piano to almost 30 students, and find that I often think of "how Christie would do this" when I teach. She is an inspiration.
My son took voice and piano lessons from Victor when he taught at Sharon Music Academy. Victor astutely discovered my son had perfect pitch very early on. His genuine excitement was infectious. We found him to be extremely knowledgeable and patient and very dedicated to nurturing the best in his students.
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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