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Piano Lessons Bridgewater, NJ

Piano Lessons in
Bridgewater, NJ

Musika has been offering Bridgewater Piano Lessons since 2001. Our piano teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured Bridgewater Piano Teachers

Caryn C

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A music educator, pianist, and flautist, Caryn is a versatile music teacher specializing in styles ranging from contemporary music like pop, rock, ragtime, and jazz, to classical music. Caryn began studying piano at the age of 8. Caryn later pursued a music degree, receiving a Bachelors In Music from Middle Tennessee State University. During her time there, she worked for the MTSU Department of Music as piano accompanist and coach for vocal and instrumental masterclasses. In addition, she became a popular teacher at the university, teaching piano and flute lessons. Caryn also accompanied on piano and flute over ten musicals held by the MTSU theater company. Caryn began studying piano at the age of 8. Growing up in a musical household, she was surrounded by music lessons every day as her mother taught piano lessons in her home studio.  Nowadays, Caryn teaches piano as well as flute lessons both in her studio in Bushwick as well as students' homes.

Henry P

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Henry is an incredibly experienced piano instructor in northern New Jersey, working with students of all ages and skill levels.Henry is an active member of two bands: one is a progressive rock group where he writes original compositions, and the second is a Beatles tribute band that regularly plays in the area. He is currently working on and recording his third self-produced album. 

Jessica H

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Jessica is a former world-class ice dancer turned pianist. She completed her Master of Music degree in Piano Performance at NYU Steinhardt, where she was also an adjunct piano instructor, and her graduate solo piano recital featured music by Prokofiev, Scriabin, Liszt, and Beethoven. She enjoys teaching piano in Jersey City, Hoboken, and Flushing. Jessica and her ice dance partner competed internationally from 1999-2004, winning six Finnish National Ice Dance titles and competing in a dozen countries across four continents, including at the European Championships and World Championships. Jessica completed her undergraduate education at MIT in 2006 and then moved to Manhattan to work in consulting. Jessica currently skates as a principal skater with the Ice Theatre of New York, teaches figure skating in Manhattan and Queens, and is the team coach for the NYU Figure Skating Team. 

Oleg R

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Oleg is a violinist who represents the brilliant Russian violin school which is arguably one of the leading violin schools in the World during 20th century. In 1984 he was accepted to Moscow Conservatory of Music and in 1991 he graduated Conservatory with highest marks in violin and piano. In 1990 he was invited to participate in IV International Violin Competition "Isola di Capri" (Capri, Italy) and won 1st Prize of this competition playing N. Paganini's 4th Violin Concerto with cadenza which Oleg Rutkovsky composed especially for this event. After competition he was invited to participate in music festival in Rimini, Italy where he shared the stage with such famous musicians as Boris Berezovsky (1st Prize 1990 P.I.Tchaikovsky Piano Competition), Enrico Pace and Evgeny Bushkov (both winners of many international competitions). After one year with State Symphony Capella of Russia where conductor was legendary Gennady Rozhdestvensky and where Oleg performed in section 1st Violins in 1992 he accepted position of Assistant concertmaster of famous Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra and traveled around the globe performing in almost every important music hall including Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in New York, Royal Albert and Barbican Hall in London, Beethoven Hall in Bonn (Germany), Gewandhaus, Symphony Hall and Suntory Hall in Tokyo and Osaka (Japan), Musikverein Golden Hall  in Vienna and many more. In 1994 Oleg Rutkovsky immigrated to USA and settled in Fort Lee, NJ. He made his American debut recital in Memphis, TN in 1995. Since 1994 he performed with such orchestras as New Jersey Symphony, Albany Symphony, New York Virtuosi Chamber Symphony, New Philharmonic of New Jersey, Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra, Bachanalia Chamber Ensemble and appeared in a few Broadway productions such "Ragtime" and "Music Man". In 1996, Oleg was invited to perform with the Houston Festival Orchestra as Concertmaster under the the button of Maxim Shostakovich, son of the the great Russian composer, Dmitry Shostakovich. Currently, Oleg teaches extensively in NJ where he holds a full time position as violin teacher at the NJ School of Music.

Eric B

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Hi! My name is Eric! I have a Bachelor's degree in music therapy from Temple University. I studied Guitar since I was 7 years of age with my strongest concentrations in Classical and Rock guitar. I also have studied percussion and Piano with a Jazz concentration in persussion. Music is the biggest piece of my heart. I started a music program at my primary job with the focus being on getting beginners good quickly. I teach theory and sight reading along with playing. There is always room for improvisation during the lesson and arranging music that the student enjoys so that they can also learn how to read it. I teach almost any age group up until the beginning of the advanced level.
 
 

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More Information About Piano Lessons

We recommend that students get either a full size piano, or an 88-key, weighted hammer action keyboard for their lessons and practice. A real acoustic piano will provide the most satisfying learning experience, however, due to the costs and size of the instrument, a keyboard is often the more convenient option. Weighted keys will respond most like those of an acoustic piano, and keyboards have the added bonus of being portable and compatible with headphones. The most popular brands of keyboard or digital piano are Yamaha, Casio, Korg and Roland.
Musika offers customized one-on-one music lessons in your home - a smart and simple solution for busy parents and students. The convenience of in-home lessons allows you to save time without having to transport your child to class, allows your child to maximize their busy schedule, and provides a safe and familiar environment in which to learn.
Whether you have an interest in learning to play contemporary, jazz, blues or classical piano, our piano teachers can help develop your playing through one-on-one lessons. Throughout your piano lessons, you will cover a wide range of skills ranging from basic playing, to music theory, right the way through more advanced piano study. For those just starting out, the essential elements of piano that you will learn are hand position, fingering technique and applying these skills as you learn major and minor scales and simple songs using one hand. You will progress to learning chords, such as major chords and start to put these into practice by learning simple songs. Our lessons will cover the theory side of piano, such as reading music, sight reading and chord charts. Experienced players can work on certain aspects of their playing, such as improvisational skills, genre-specific playing such as jazz, or developing their repertoire.
Adults take up piano lessons for a number of different reasons. Some people want to reintroduce themselves to the instrument having once played it in the past, while others are looking for a new hobby or just to learn a new skill for fun! Whatever the reason, there are major benefits to learning the piano during adulthood. Learning piano technique can help retain fine motor skills and co-ordination, it can keep the mind sharp due to the complex thought processes and has shown to be good for preserving your hearing. Learning to play the piano can also be therapeutic, and is a great stress reliever.
Piano is a great first instrument for children who have never studied music before. Our instructors specialize in teaching younger children, and will develop an individual lesson plan for your child. The youngest age that we recommend starting piano lessons is age 4. The instructor will be able to teach your child to read music, beginning music theory and musician skills, and how to develop a love for playing the instrument.

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