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We have 3 young kids all going to Mr. Witebsky for piano lessons. He has been teaching them for a few years and we are very happy with their lessons. Mr. Witebsky is both a gifted pianist himself and a patient, helpful instructor. We are happy to recommend him.
We have just finished our 6th lesson with John. My 5 year old daughter is taking piano lessons and I am taking guitar lessons. John is always on time, is always prepared, and is always eager to teach. My 5 year old can barely contain her excitement when he comes over. I am amazed at how much she has learned at such a young age. John encourages family participation during her lessons which is something that I fully agree with. Music in our house is a family affair. He has an obvious compassion for teaching young children and it is very obvious with the method he uses to teach them. He makes music fun. I am a middle school teacher, and would highly recommend him as a music teacher with your children too. As an adult student in guitar, John is always listening to my wants and needs. He is teaching me with a style that will benefit my ultimate guitar playing goal, and addresses my learning style carefully. I would highly recommend him as a guitar teacher too.
My girls loved PianoForte Music lessons!
Lisa with Allegro Piano Studio has been a good fit for me. She runs her lessons promptly and is always prepared to challenge and encourage me.
Patient, approachable, respectful, talented lady. My granddaughter is still motivated to continue with music. Will continue her service and thus far would recommend her services to anyone.
I would like to send this letter in support of Tom Lopez and his music lessons through the Universal City Music Studio. My son Jacob Bissell has been a student of Tom's since his days in the band at Kitty Hawk Middle School. At that time, Thomas was teaching Jacob drum techniques to supplement the lessons at Kitty Hawk Middle School. Jacob ended up his Middle School tenure as an honored/awarded musician with a great foundation in music. Jacob moved on to Judson High School, and auditioned for the marching band. He won a spot on the Judson Drum Line as a bass player. He held this position for two years, even though he could have moved to "snare position" his second year, but stayed on bass to help the Director. Around this time, Jacob was starting guitar lessons with Mr. Lopez. After two years with the Varsity Judson High School Band, Drum Line, Jacob decided to take a break from the marching band. At this time, it was found that Youth Orchestras of San Antonio (YOSA) needed a percussionist. An audition was arrainged with YOSA, and Jacob was awarded a percussion seat with the Philharmonic Orchestra (YOSA's number one performing orchestra). He held this position with YOSA during his Junior and Senior years at Judson High School. His Senior year of high school, Jacob had to be in the music program to be eligible for YOSA, so he talked to the orchestra director at Judson HS. The Director needed a bass for the orchestra, so Jacob accepted the position. He started the semester in the Beginner Orchestra. With his excellent musicianship, he learned the instrument and was moved to the Honors Orchestra. He did receive honors for this position. All this time, Jacob had continued taking music lessons and having recitals with Thomas Lopez. Jacob had continuisly been a student of Tom's since middle school at Kitty Hawk. Now it was time to think of college. Jacob had thought that "Music Thearpy" was an area of study he wanted to pursue. Looking at the information from Texas colleges, only two in the state offered music therapy. One was in Houston, and the other was the University of the Incarnate Word, in San Antonio, Texas. After applying, and going through Music School auditions with the Director at Incarnate Word, he was awarded a Music School scholarship and an academic scholarship. With the substantial scholarship money, he accepted the spot on the Incarnate Word music school roster. I would like to congratulate Thomas Lopez for instilling in his student Jacob, the musicianship needed to advance to the level he has. He is active in the Incarnate Word Chorale, so he is learning about another instrument- his voice. Jacob is active in two bands- Disposable and 16 Psyche. As well as writing music, singing (fronting Disposable), he is currently teaching himself piano. I want to add links below to several of Jacob's performances. If the links get lost, you may find performances on YouTube by searching the names of the groups, and looking for "YOSA presents Carmina Burrana," where you'll see Jacob's senior slide on the screen behind the orchestra, at the beginning credits. While in YOSA, Jacob was with the first group to perform in the new Tobin Center, appearing twice about a month before Paul McCartney played the venue. Jacob has performed with nationally known artists while in the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio, and went on tour to Canada with the organization. Thanks again Thomas, for bringing out the best in your music students.
Jiayi was just the teacher I'd been looking for. She's kind and patient, and also rigorous with high expectations. It's clear she's a wonderful musician herself, which is . She's teaching my seven-year-old daughter who is still very much a beginner, and a fairly reluctant one at that. After our first lesson, my daughter said, "I think piano lessons will be kind of fun!" So that's a win. I definitely recommend Jiayi!
My daughter is taking piano lessons from Melissa and we are very happy with her teaching. very patient and flexible schedule too.
Brooke is awesome. I'm an adult student returning to piano lessons after many years. She quickly identified my needs and has worked very hard to improve my skills. She does it with humor, encouragement and concern. She's the best.
Damian is a great and patient teacher that really encourages learning the basic fundamentals of music at at comfortable pace. His unique blend of ear training and sight reading helped my child learn to play the piano quickly. Highly recommended.
Paul has taught two of our kids (ages 8 & 9) for about two and a half years. They have become amazing budding pianists. We love his teaching method that has given them an ear and a love for music.
Melody is an excellent piano teacher, very patient and kind!
Terry is a very kind, polite and professional musician. He arranged to come and meet my son for a lesson. I appreciated his candor and professionalism in letting us know that he would not be able to meet my son's particular lesson needs.
Programs are tailor made for all your needs. Achievement Program features comprehensive curriculum and instructions on repertoire, technical development, improvisation, practice strategies, sight-reading, music theory and Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Little Mozart is our introductory piano program for your 4 - 6 year old. Your child will experience interactive lesson with story-sequence, take a musical adventure with Mozart Mouse and Beethoven Bear and learn music concepts through sing-along songs and chants . We incorporate rhythm and percussion instruments to provide an imaginative and enjoyable learning experience. For teens and adult, our Recreational Music Making Program provide a fun, stress-free learning environment for you to play music in classical, contemporary or pop style. You will learn to play from lead sheet and chord chart and play with "live" band utilizing iPad backing track.
Teaching children of all ages, I focus on the piano, singing and music theory. Expand your intellectual horizons! Music has no age limit!
I teach piano lessons to children and adults. My students learn a variety of music, as well as theory and technique.
I have students ranging in age from four to 82. I believe that music is enriching and joyful, and I love to enable students to learn to perform. My instruction is geared to the best pace for each individual student and also to his/her particular interests and goals. I have one recital per year, and the recitals are a popular, fun, and amazing event for students and their families and friends.
Having studied music pedagogy at the University of Texas at Austin, I know how to break down the vastness of music fundamentals and performance into bite-sized chunks that so that students can accomplish a steady string of achievable goals that add up to demonstrable, measurable improvement. I also am well-versed in both classical music and improvised styles such as jazz. As such, I can encourage creativity and improvisation without losing sight of fundamental skills or the great body of classical music that students traditionally use to develop sight reading and technique.
I offer piano lessons for beginners in the medical center. Weekly lessons range from 30 minutes to 1 hour, and prices depend on the length of lessons you decide.
I provide piano lessons for beginners to advanced, ages 3+ and up. I teach Kodaly to young children, and preparation for the State Theory Test and National Guild of Piano. My students love the fact that I'm extremely patient, and explain music so that it is understandable. Parents are impressed how well I work with young children. My students also see that I have a passion for music, and that carries to the student. I have over 25 years experience in teaching music and piano. I have had experience in schools, and putting on musical shows for holiday seasons and other events.
I offer piano lessons for students age 5 through 95.