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Piano Lessons Leominster, MA

Piano Lessons in
Leominster, MA

Musika has been offering Leominster 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 Leominster Piano Teachers

Corbin C

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 I started piano lessons when I was very young and think all kids that are interested in lessons should be given the chance to see if they are ready. I cater my teaching to each individual student, because everyone is ready to start lessons at a different age, learns at a different rate, and experiences learning differently. I started teaching in my mother's piano studio as a teenager, had a fabulous pedagogy instructor at Oberlin, and continue exposing myself to new materials. As a result, I am familiar with numerous methods and teaching styles and can choose the books and approach that are right for each student. My ultimate teaching goals are to give students a firm foundation in music reading, to enjoy performing, and to work hard and be proud of their accomplishments.

Kaoruko P

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Vocal teacher (all levels), piano teacher (for beginner-intermediate level) Singer, piano accompanist, band leader, arranger. Ms. Pilkington performs, teaches and gives clinics in New England area as well as her native country, Japan.   She teaches vocal technique for CCM. (Contemporary Commercial Music: Musical Theatre, Pop, Rock, Jazz, R&B, Folk, Country and others) as well as Jazz voice (style, improvisation) Her objective of teaching vocal technique is healthy, organic and strong voice production.   Diploma in Vocal Performance, Berklee College of Music. BA in drama, Nihon University College of Arts.         Somatic Voicework™ Level III Certified instructor.   Jazz Voice Faculty, The Rivers School Conservatory Voice instructor, Berklee College of Music Summer Program (2011) Voice Instructor, Boston Conservatory (2008-2011)s  

Marika T

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I'm a passionate and inspiring piano instructor, and I love teaching to all levels of students. I am a recent graduate from Berklee College of Music with diploma in Film Scoring, also have degree in Composition from Shobi Music College in Japan. I have played piano since the age of three and have experience playing violin and french horn for years as well when I was a child. My careers include releasing my own piano albums, scoring and piano performance for short films (see the youtube link for reference), orchestration for educational projects, score preparation for films and a planetarium show at Boston Science of Museum and so on. Additionally, I am going to release my new album through a record label in Los Angels this summer and continuously working as a pianist and composer both internationally and locally. I apply those careers and experiences to teaching as well. My home studio is located in Jamaica Plain, there is a keyboard with 88 keys for piano lessons, and all the equipments for writing music as well.  

Katherine G

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As a recent graduate of the University of Delaware, I hold a degree in Music Education and am certified to teach music from K-12. I have been playing the flute for thirteen years and have performed in ensembles ranging from the UD Symphony Orchestra as a flutist/piccolo player to UD Singers as a vocalist and UD Jazz Ensemble II as a trombonist. I spent the past two summers performing operetta and musicals on flute, piccolo, clarinet, and alto/tenor saxophone with the College Light Opera Company. I have always had a passion for teaching; I am currently working on my M.A. in Musicology at Tufts University, and I hope to pursue my PhD. in order to work with students at the college level.

Christopher L

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I'm an enthusiastic and encouraging instructor, who loves to share my passion for music with stduents.  In 2012, I graduated from Ithaca College with Bachelor of Music degrees in Music Composition and Music Theory.  I spent the past year teaching composition, choral directing, and accompanying undergraduate performance majors at a study abroad institute in Vienna, Austria.  I will be starting a Master of Music degree in Theory this Fall.
 
 

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More Information About Piano Lessons

We recommend that students get either a full size piano, or a weighted keyboard for their lessons. It is very important to set up a practice schedule every day. You can purchase a basic keyboard at a local music store or an electronic store. Some students may also wish to rent a piano if they do not wish to invest in buying one right away. Digital keyboards offer a good choice for the beginning student because they are portable and easily stored in your home. Keyboards will start at 65 keys at the smallest amount and increase to a full size keyboard of 88 keys. The most common brands of keyboard are Casio, Yamaha, and Korg.
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.
The content of each lesson is determined by the ability and experience level of each individual student. For beginner students who are new to the piano, lessons will be devised to give students the fundamentals of good piano playing. Students will learn the correct posture, hand position and fingering techniques for playing scales and chords. Intermediate players can start to increase their playing speed in order to perform runs, fills and solos, they can broaden their chord playing to things like augmented chords, diminished chords, they develop their sight reading, music theory - such as time signatures - and applying these skills to more complex compositions. Advanced players may want to study a particular genre or composer. Pianists who enjoy Classical music may like to study the compositions of Bach or Mozart, or maybe develop their Jazz or Blues playing. Teachers can also help prepare students for exam, auditions, performances or recitals.
The piano is an easy instrument for beginners of all ages. We have adults who are total novices, some who haven't played their instrument in 10 years, and some who are more advanced students looking to take their skills to the next level. Our teachers have proven methods to get you the results you desire.
Children are recommended to start piano lessons no earlier than age 4 or 5. The attention span and personality of the child are something to consider when thinking of taking lessons. Even if your child has no evident musical inclinations, piano lessons offer a great option for introducing your child to music. During their lessons children will learn how to read music, fundamentals of musicianship and sight reading, music theory techniques, and ear training.

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