Featured Piano Teachers Near Austin, TX

Jamie T

Jamie T

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I like a light, fun atmosphere during lessons, one that reflects the learning style and personality of each student. There are some not-so-fun things about learning music (practice schedules and repetition) but there are plenty of resources out there to help students stay interested and motivated. I like to reward accomplishments (stickers are always awesome) and offer opportunities for improvement. I work for a positive and balanced experience for every student.   

Alan E

Alan E

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My work teaching drum set began at age 16 with a position at The Blue Ridge Studio for the Performing Arts in Berryville,VA as well as teaching out of my home. Once I moved to Denton to attend the University of North Texas, I began teaching piano,drum set and guitar for the companies Taylor Robinson Music based out of Dallas and Hall Music Productions in Southlake,TX. In 2011 I moved to Austin where I started teaching various in-home lessons for families.

Alex C

Alex C

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I've been teaching guitar, music theory, music history, composition professionally for 10 years independently and through various schools. Through my own passion for music, I strive to instill the same love of music into my students, focusing on things that are relevant to them. I have no greater joy than seeing the student's face light up when they make progress. 

Loree R

Loree R

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I began teaching piano at age sixteen at a music studio, referred to the owner by my own piano teacher.   I have successfully taught piano and voice many years and feel that students should learn in a way that is motivating and rewarding. I have extensive experience working with young voices as well as adults, and am pleased to offer vocal coaching as needed to performing students. 

Melody C

Melody C

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As mentioned, I began teaching in my teenage years and to this day, it is one of my greatest passions. Equipping someone with new ways to express their love for music and emotions inside is absolutely thrilling to me! While i have mostly taught private lessons, I have also taught for a couple different music companies as well and had great success with my students! I find it very easy to “find the connection” right off the back with my students and they seem to respond very well to my personality and teaching styles.

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