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Matt D offers piano lessons in Baltimore, MD

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...Finally, I love the opportunity to play duets with my students to give them a chance to make music together in a fun, no-pressure environment. For piano, I typically teach through the Faber method, although I observe how the student progresses to see if an alternative method may be more effective. ... Read More

Kiendra C offers piano lessons in Baltimore, MD

Kiendra C

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...My teaching methods vary depending on the student's needs and musical knowledge. Normally starting with general repertoire before expanding into different genres in order to obtain a feel for each person's skill or level of understanding. ... Read More

Kenny R offers piano lessons in Baltimore, MD

Kenny R

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...I am passionate about musical education. It is my belief that music is a gift to be shared - not just between instructor and student but also between the student and their community. ... Read More

Sun K offers piano lessons in Baltimore, MD

Sun K

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...I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students and sharing my love of music. I graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Piano Performance.... Read More

Monica B offers piano lessons in Baltimore, MD

Monica B

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...I am also is the recipient of various music scholarships and the winner of several different clarinet competitions. Additionally, my students have received superior ratings at local and state Solo & Ensembles, selected as All-State band members, received top chair placements, and much more!... Read More

Jacob N offers piano lessons in Baltimore, MD

Jacob N

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...I will also make sure that the student is playing music that they can love and enjoy while play instead of getting frustrated. This way the student will enjoy learning and will soak in more knowledge instead of feeling that the work is homework instead of art.... Read More

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