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Jenny is a highly-skilled and very patient instructor who immediately puts you at ease. I've only had one lesson so far but I found the lesson to be engaging and interesting. I'm looking forward to the next session.Nov 25, 2019Verified
Jenny was amazing and gave me a lot of things to work on throughout my week. She made sure I was comfortable throughout my lesson and I've never felt more confident in my ability to play!Feb 7, 2020VerifiedJenny Undercofler's reply
Taking lessons with Jenny is the highlight of my week - if you choose to work with her, you will quickly see why. Jenny is friendly, and her practice space will put you at ease. She pays close attention to you as you play and bases her instruction on what she sees and hears, so instruction is tailored to you. She is more than happy to assist you reach your music goals. With appropriately challenging exercises and easy-to-understand instruction, you are sure to find improvement in your understanding and playing of music. Jenny is highly qualified, and it is easy to tell how much she enjoys the time she dedicates to her students.Nov 17, 2019Verified
Jenny Undercofler is an excellent piano teacher. I have found her to be organized, focused, supportive and goal-oriented. As a rank beginner, I appreciated that I was able to play a simple melody during my first lesson. Definitely 5 stars!Dec 23, 2019Verified
The first lesson for my went really well. We plan to continue with the lessons.Jan 15, 2020Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Discounts: students who pay up front (at the end of the first lesson) for a 4-lesson package will receive a 10% discount. Fees: students who cancel on less than 24 hours notice will be asked to pay a $10 fee, added to the cost of the next lesson.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We will spend a few minutes talking about your previous musical background (if any); any goals you might have, short-term, or long-term, specific pieces you want to work on, etc. Generally we follow the format in the first lesson that we will loosely follow in subsequent sessions: some technique work (finger exercises, scales, posture, etc), some work on pieces/music, some work on theory vocabulary (we may cover this in the pieces and exercises as well), and some basic improvisation work using the materials we've covered. I try and follow each lesson by emailing you my notes and any relevant materials.