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Jamie T offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

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. ... Read More

Julianne B offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Julianne B

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...Additionally, I have participated in special vocal projects as a composer/reviewer and as a vocal coach to children ages eight through eighteen. I am happy with my choices to accept long term substitute teaching assignments for choir and band as well as engagements in the private sector because I believe I am a more informed instructor and can provide much knowledge for my students. ... Read More

Anitra B offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Anitra B

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...I wasafforded the opportunity to build the ground floor as a Vocal Arts Director and Kindermusik Director, and helped launch the Kindermusik program Steiner Ranch. In 2004 I became certified as a Kindermusik Educator. ... Read More

Andrew M offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Andrew M

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...It's a great pleasure to teach beginner students for over a year and help them develop those first fundamentals of music. I try to find a method book that suits their skill level and focus initially on learning simple songs suitable for performance, as well as some initial ear training and improvisation.... Read More

Keeley H offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Keeley H

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...I graduated from Southwestern University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Performance, and taught singing, musical theatre and piano full time while performing part-time.... Read More

Kathleen B offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Kathleen B

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...Regular performance opportunities are provided to show off acquired skills and progress of students and application of knowledge is encouraged through original composition. For older students, we discuss your goals and determine the best course of study to help you reach them quickly, easily and enjoyably.... Read More

Samuel P offers piano lessons in Austin, TX

Samuel P

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...I've been playing music for most of my life. Growing up my whole family would all gather around the piano while my father played. Seeing how inspiring and influential music could be at a young age helped me to develop a passion for it.... Read More

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