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Irena H offers piano lessons in Chandler, AZ

Irena H

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...My teaching experience dates back to my Poland days, as I began teaching private lessons. I had my private studio in Chicago, where I lived for ten years. ... Read More

Megan G offers piano lessons in Chandler, AZ

Megan G

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... I will also pair the solo material with technique exercises designed to solidify their fingerings, scales, rhythm reading, etc, that will enhance their ability to play their solo pieces. ... Read More

Michael P offers piano lessons in Chandler, AZ

Michael P

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...My experience is 45 years. I've taught hundreds of people. Performing over 2000 gigs, I can teach you everything I've learned. You WILL have Fun and accomplish all that you want. ... Read More

Ben M offers piano lessons in Chandler, AZ

Ben M

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...For beginning students depending on the instrument of choice, I use: (In no particular order) Standard of Excellence for Band Instruments, consistent with school best practice methods Piano Adventures by Nancy and Randall Faber, for consistency and technique development as well as decent solo repertoire for recitals Hal Leonard's Complete Guitar Course or Alfred, both are good sources.... Read More

Rittika G offers piano lessons in Chandler, AZ

Rittika G

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...I believe in the constant testing of the student's readiness of various musical elements such as absolute pitch, rhythm, reading, finger control, note reading, attention span, interest in music, intelligence, etc.... Read More

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