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Top 10 Piano Instructors near Asheville, NC

5.0
from 8 reviews
Great Deal
Latest Review: Madison is a wonderful teacher, she is very well educated on the piano. She's kind and funny and most importantly, knows how to communicate to her students! She is also an incredible artist; she writes, sings, plays guitar and piano in her band Poet Radio. You definitely want to learn piano from Madison!

$25

starting cost

  • 2 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
  • Great Deal
5.0
from 6 reviews
Great Deal
Latest Review: I'm thoroughly enjoying my piano lessons with Jack. He's fun, patient, organized, and methodical in his approach to instruction. Every week, he has something new and interesting for me while also reinforcing previous lessons. He offers practical suggestions and explanations that help me understand how it all fits together without neglecting the power of emotion and instinct. I'd briefly tried piano lessons as a teenager and even though I desperately wanted to learn how to play, I found the slow pace and rigid technique so dull and tedious that I lost interest after just two lessons. I can't possibly imagine losing interest now. It's clear that Jack loves music and luckily for us, he has a gift for teaching it as well.

$25

starting cost

  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
  • Great Deal
5.0
from 4 reviews
Latest Review: Our family has taken many voice and piano lessons with Kate over the course of a year or so and she is highly recommended. Kate is absolutely wonderful with kids (and adults!) of all ages - she adjusts to everyone's level and always has an infectious joy about her teaching. The kids look forward to time with her and rightfully so: she makes it fun and they learn something at the same time. Thanks, Kate!

$25

starting cost

  • 16 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
5.0
from 2 reviews
Latest Review: I'd gladly say it was a pleasure learning and growing musically from Dr. K. Scott Eggert. He's taught me everything I need to know from reading music to breathing methods in vocal lessons. Throughout all the years of working with coaches and instructors Mr. Eggerts efforts back in 2008-2009 has helped me grow, and mold me into the courageous artist I have become today. Thanks to his amazing vocal techniques and musical ability one could only be fortunate enough to work with him and his patience. He was always on time and very serious about teaching music lessons with great passion and dedication. Dr. K. Scott Eggert has inspired me not only to cherrish and preserve my love for music but never give up when challenges arise...only to try harder and expect an even greater outcome.

$30

starting cost

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5.0
from 22 reviews
In High Demand
Latest Review: My son is thoroughly enjoying his piano lessons, and making significant progress.
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  • 10 years in business
  • 67 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top pro on Thumbtack
  • In High Demand
5.0
from 5 reviews
Latest Review: I've been taking voice lessons for a couple of months, and I'm very pleased with the improvements I've made under Andrew's instruction. He is a top-notch music teacher--good at honestly assessing my strengths and weaknesses, and skilled at demonstrating and helping me learn the specific exercises that will help me improve. He's also a master at adjusting his approach based on how well (or poorly) I'm responding to a particular exercise. I am a lifelong music student (piano, music theory), but this is my first time taking voice. As a middle-aged adult who has never been a good singer, I was nervous about taking voice lessons; it was an enormous step out of my comfort zone! Andrew, however, has managed to make me feel very comfortable about taking lessons. He is both personable and professional, not to mention a talented musician and an excellent teacher. I honestly look forward to my voice lesson each week. I've recommended him to friends, and I'm happy to recommend him here!
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  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
5.0
from 8 reviews
In High Demand
Latest Review: Hillary is a top notch voice coach. Both our daughters study under her. She is professional and personable all while delivering quality instruction. She works with us to reschedule when needed. We consider her a friend and will stay with her as long as we are able and welcome. We highly recommend Hillary for voice as well as piano instruction.
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  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
  • In High Demand
5.0
from 1 review
Latest Review: Encouraging, patient, and talented teachers at this school. James Berlyn's clarinet lessons are individualized to my daughter's particular interests and abilities. He keeps her challenged and motivated, and she says her lessons are fun!
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About: I provide high quality Music Lessons for all ages and playing levels at a reasonable cost in a good location. Whether you want to learn how to strum around the campfire, or you're practicing for your next big concert performance on the stage, I can help you achieve your goals.

$28

starting cost

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5.0
from 13 reviews
Latest Review: When my daughter's classical guitar teacher of 5 years told us he was moving, he was clear in telling us to continue her studies with Steve Newbrough, new on the guitar faculty at the St.Joseph School of music in St. Paul, Minnesota. At the time, Christina's departing teacher was a Ph. D. in classical guitar and Steve was fresh out of the master's degree program in classical guitar at the University of Minnesota. He told us "Steve is a really good player and a better technician than I am." For us, Steve also turned out to be among the best teachers we have had in any discipline. Steve was so good as my daughter's guitar and music teacher, that it became apparent to me that we must also find a way for Steve to teach my son, an advanced cellist. For several years, twice weekly lessons focused on classical guitar,and also included jazz, blues, rock, ensemble coaching, arranging, and learning and using various modes. Steve took the challenge to apply guitar style right hand technique and other elements of advanced guitar playing to what my son was imagining, which included blues and rock riffs on his cello. These lessons did not stray from sound fundamentals, but they yielded unique results. As a teacher Steve is super focused on the details and mechanics of hand and body form and position. His preoccupation with getting the foundation right, combined with his own high level performance skills, give him the capacity to give early students the right start as well as fix or refine the skills of advanced players. One of Steve's best attributes is that he encourages artistic freedom. In my experience, that is unusual for someone so focused on form and structure. Steve is imaginative and curious. He tries to find common threads within different aspects of a discipline as well as across music disciplines. His lessons were full of insight and discovery. Many parents look at their watches during obligatory music lessons, hoping for the time to be up. With Steve, I found myself hoping for the opposite. It was a big loss for us when Steve relocated from the Twin Cities metro area, but we gained a lot from him in the years he taught my children. Steve provided a fertile foundation and an approach which we will continually draw from as we move forward.When my daughter's classical guitar teacher of 5 years told us he was moving, he was clear in telling us to continue her studies with Steve Newbrough, new on the guitar faculty at the St.Joseph School of music in St. Paul, Minnesota. At the time, Christina's departing teacher was a Ph. D. in classical guitar and Steve was fresh out of the master's degree program in classical guitar at the University of Minnesota. He told us "Steve is a really good player and a better technician than I am." For us, Steve also turned out to be among the best teachers we have had in any discipline. Steve was so good as my daughter's guitar and music teacher, that it became apparent to me that we must also find a way for Steve to teach my son, an advanced cellist. For several years, twice weekly lessons focused on classical guitar,and also included jazz, blues, rock, ensemble coaching, arranging, and learning and using various modes. Steve took the challenge to apply guitar style right hand technique and other elements of advanced guitar playing to what my son was imagining, which included blues and rock riffs on his cello. These lessons did not stray from sound fundamentals, but they yielded unique results. As a teacher Steve is super focused on the details and mechanics of hand and body form and position. His preoccupation with getting the foundation right, combined with his own high level performance skills, give him the capacity to give early students the right start as well as fix or refine the skills of advanced players. One of Steve's best attributes is that he encourages artistic freedom. In my experience, that is unusual for someone so focused on form and structure. Steve is imaginative and curious. He tries to find common threads within different aspects of a discipline as well as across music disciplines. His lessons were full of insight and discovery. Many parents look at their watches during obligatory music lessons, hoping for the time to be up. With Steve, I found myself hoping for the opposite. It was a big loss for us when Steve relocated from the Twin Cities metro area, but we gained a lot from him in the years he taught my children. Steve provided a fertile foundation and an approach which we will continually draw from as we move forward.When my daughter's classical guitar teacher of 5 years told us he was moving, he was clear in telling us to continue her studies with Steve Newbrough, new on the guitar faculty at the St.Joseph School of music in St. Paul, Minnesota. At the time, Christina's departing teacher was a Ph. D. in classical guitar and Steve was fresh out of the master's degree program in classical guitar at the University of Minnesota. He told us "Steve is a really good player and a better technician than I am." For us, Steve also turned out to be among the best teachers we have had in any discipline. Steve was so good as my daughter's guitar and music teacher, that it became apparent to me that we must also find a way for Steve to teach my son, an advanced cellist. For several years, twice weekly lessons focused on classical guitar,and also included jazz, blues, rock, ensemble coaching, arranging, and learning and using various modes. Steve took the challenge to apply guitar style right hand technique and other elements of advanced guitar playing to what my son was imagining, which included blues and rock riffs on his cello. These lessons did not stray from sound fundamentals, but they yielded unique results. As a teacher Steve is super focused on the details and mechanics of hand and body form and position. His preoccupation with getting the foundation right, combined with his own high level performance skills, give him the capacity to give early students the right start as well as fix or refine the skills of advanced players. One of Steve's best attributes is that he encourages artistic freedom. In my experience, that is unusual for someone so focused on form and structure. Steve is imaginative and curious. He tries to find common threads within different aspects of a discipline as well as across music disciplines. His lessons were full of insight and discovery. Many parents look at their watches during obligatory music lessons, hoping for the time to be up. With Steve, I found myself hoping for the opposite. It was a big loss for us when Steve relocated from the Twin Cities metro area, but we gained a lot from him in the years he taught my children. Steve provided a fertile foundation and an approach which we will continually draw from as we move forward.When my daughter's classical guitar teacher of 5 years told us he was moving, he was clear in telling us to continue her studies with Steve Newbrough, new on the guitar faculty at the St.Joseph School of music in St. Paul, Minnesota. At the time, Christina's departing teacher was a Ph. D. in classical guitar and Steve was fresh out of the master's degree program in classical guitar at the University of Minnesota. He told us "Steve is a really good player and a better technician than I am." For us, Steve also turned out to be among the best teachers we have had in any discipline. Steve was so good as my daughter's guitar and music teacher, that it became apparent to me that we must also find a way for Steve to teach my son, an advanced cellist. For several years, twice weekly lessons focused on classical guitar,and also included jazz, blues, rock, ensemble coaching, arranging, and learning and using various modes. Steve took the challenge to apply guitar style right hand technique and other elements of advanced guitar playing to what my son was imagining, which included blues and rock riffs on his cello. These lessons did not stray from sound fundamentals, but they yielded unique results. As a teacher Steve is super focused on the details and mechanics of hand and body form and position. His preoccupation with getting the foundation right, combined with his own high level performance skills, give him the capacity to give early students the right start as well as fix or refine the skills of advanced players. One of Steve's best attributes is that he encourages artistic freedom. In my experience, that is unusual for someone so focused on form and structure. Steve is imaginative and curious. He tries to find common threads within different aspects of a discipline as well as across music disciplines. His lessons were full of insight and discovery. Many parents look at their watches during obligatory music lessons, hoping for the time to be up. With Steve, I found myself hoping for the opposite. It was a big loss for us when Steve relocated from the Twin Cities metro area, but we gained a lot from him in the years he taught my children. Steve provided a fertile foundation and an approach which we will continually draw from as we move forward.
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  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
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