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Featured Piano Teachers Near Bayonne, NJ

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Bayonne . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Karen S offers Piano lessons in   Bayonne, NJ

Karen S

Instruments: Piano Voice Violin Trumpet Trombone Organ Accordion Euphonium French Horn Tuba Music Keyboard

My goal is to foster confidence and creativity in students of all ages through exceptional music education. I help students to develop a life-long skill and passion for music. Im going to teach; children who already know the difference between steady beat and melodic rhythm, students who do not know what a note is, students who come from broken homes, with different cultures than mine, students that lack confidence (and those with a little too much), the ones that try their best every day, and the kids who do not care. Read More

Marilyn S offers Piano lessons in   Bayonne, NJ

Marilyn S

Instruments: Piano Violin

I have been teaching music for over 35 years privately and in the public schools. I am currently the Director of Educational Services in the NYS school system. I have directed theatrical performances, conducted performing choruses, and implemented recreational programs at after school programs, senior citizen centers in New York and Israel. Read More

Donald M offers Piano lessons in   Bayonne, NJ

Donald M

Instruments: Piano Trumpet Music

I create an environment where the student can feel as if they can ask any question and can make mistakes without being looked down on.  I encourage the student to problem solve their own issues through critical thinking. My goal is to teach you so you don't need to be taught anymore. We will work on a given concept continuously until it is understood and able to be produced. I will use positive reinforcement so you understand what is the right thing and what is not. Read More

Zijun Z offers Piano lessons in   Bayonne, NJ

Zijun Z

Instruments: Piano

Hi everyone, I am a recent graduate from Westminster Choir College holding a master's degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy. I also have a bachelor's degree in music education. Although I've only been teaching piano for one more year, but I already have 20 more students with varied ages. I am fluent in Mandarin and English. I really love teaching students piano because I can see their passion about music and piano. Read More

Alejandro R offers Piano lessons in   Bayonne, NJ

Alejandro R

Instruments: Piano

My teaching methods vary by students specifications. I first work engaging beginners with piano pieces that gradually go from easiest to more complicated. The most important element is to keep the student focused through the entire class. For early ages I usually use playing, singing, exploring the instrument before reading the book. This way has always help me to get children motivated and ready to learn and read. It also breaks their shyness right from the trial or first lesson. Read More

Candice S offers Piano lessons in   Bayonne, NJ

Candice S

Instruments: Piano Voice Clarinet Keyboard

I am a passionate voice and beginning piano teacher with over ten years of experience teaching. For beginner piano students I use the Piano Adventures curriculum. With voice students I use an integrated technique involving Alexander Technique, Yoga, and the Swedish-Italian School of singing. I also believe in maintaining a positive and challenging learning environment for my students. I hold a Bachelor of Music Education from Seton Hill University and a Master of Music from Duquesne University. Read More

Scott B offers Piano lessons in   Bayonne, NJ

Scott B

Instruments: Piano Guitar Drums Synthesizer Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Latin Percussion Keyboard Djembe Acoustic Guitar

I am a patient and caring instructor who loves working with students and sharing the passion I have for music. In 2009, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education. Performing all over the country with Drum Corps International has been one of the greatest experiences of my life as a musician. Primarily a percussionist, I have studied multiple instruments over the years including piano and guitar. Although I studied mostly classical literature during college, jazz and world music have been a part of my musical repertoire as well. Read More

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Raf V

Instruments: Piano Clarinet Drums Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion Djembe

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
quality over quantity. it's interesting to hear all these stories about people practicing 12 hours a day etc and believe me, I've been there too! But when you are a beginning students, all these things can sound very overwhelming. My answer to this is: you can't practice 12 hours a day. You can play 12 hours a day, that's something else. No matter how much time you have to practice, spend it well. Focus on just a couple of things over your practice time and focus on just 1 idea at a time. You will experience that this is the best practice you can get.

When will I start to see results?
If the student starts from scratch, progress will be seen on a weekly basis. For intermediate and advanced students, it depends on what material they are learning. Some etudes might take up to a few weeks, month, to show clear results of progress. Seeing results is the combination of having a good teacher and being a good student. When you get lessons taught the correct way, and you practice the correct way, progress will naturally be seen. It also depends in the individual, some people are quick, some people are slower. And it's good to know that this has not so much to do with talent! I can be just a phase!

Why did you choose your primary instrument?
my decision to play drums as my primary instrument happened very naturally. I started off playing clarinet and classical percussion. Later on, I also studied piano but when I started studying jazz, I switched to drums. I still play the other instruments, but playing drums is just another experience for me. I can express myself the best on the drums out of all the other instruments I play. It feels the most honest. I think because when you play drums you really feel the instrument resonate. This natural phenomena is very inspiring.

What musical accomplishments are you most proud of?
Besides teaching, I also have a career as a performing musician and composer. Last September, I went to Europe with my quartet and we played 10 shows over 2 weeks and recorded my compositions in a studio in Germany. I'm very honoured that these top noch musicians are willing to work with me.

What do you think is the hardest thing to master on your instrument?
Honesty. An instrument never lies. It sounds the way you feel, think,... The instrument knows as much about you as you know about yourself. It might even know more.

Do you use specific teaching methods or books? (Ex: Alfred, Bastion, Suzuki, Hal Leonard) Why did you choose them if you did?
I don't use specific methods because people and students aren't specific either. Some books work for some people and visa versa. I disagree with a lot of the academia so I rather teach my own method, which is a method that I create per student.

What does a normal practice session look like for you?
Start of simple. Playing simple things is actually the hardest thing to do. Because the material is so raw, you can't hide behind your mistakes. So I would stick with a simple idea for a long time before going to other places. Really try to become this one idea so that you don't have to think about it anymore. You just play it naturally. This will automatically lead me to other worlds I still have to explore.

If you weren't a musician what do you think you'd be doing instead?

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