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Jamie T offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Jamie T

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...I believe in practice and routine as a foundation to learning, but also improvisation and experimentation. I learn best across multiple media and I LOVE using the internet and a variety of applications to supplement my student's studies. ... Read More

Travis S offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Travis S

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...For example a very young student may just need exposure to the world of music in a very fun learing atmosphere, while an older or more advanced student may want more a more intense lesson. ... Read More

Andrew M offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Andrew M

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...I've found that tailoring my instruction to the wants and needs of the student is incredibly important to ensure a lifelong appreciation for playing music. Not every student needs to play Beethoven. ... Read More

Keeley H offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Keeley H

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...Implementing the motivation and lesson plan to practice regularly is an important skill that can be learned while still having fun. I provide students the tools to help overcome stage fright, gain confidence, integrate performance technique, and feel better about singing while learning their favorite music! Students of mine have made the All-Region choir, All District auditions, choir solos, musical roles, and sang the national anthem for organizations.... Read More

James G offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

James G

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...Honestly, there are very few things in life that get me as excited as when I get the opportunity to share my knowledge with someone else.I'vetaught privatemusiclessons since I was 11 -- over 20 years ago -- andI wake up every day wanting to do more teaching!... Read More

Kathleen B offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Kathleen B

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...You are the winner by receiving a compilation of my experiences with world and internationally known teachers, as well as over 35 years of working with all ages and backgrounds; so I am able to help you learn quickly and easily.... Read More

Samuel P offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Samuel P

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...I am very grateful to share my passion with others through teaching. I specialize in teaching improvisational styles, such as blues, jazz, and funk. I work with my students to create a good balance of a strong technical foundation and creative jamming skills which builds both the intellectual and intuitive sides of music, and helps them become well-rounded musicians.... Read More

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