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Sarah K offers piano lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Sarah K


...Pace is set mostly by the student and how much they practice, but I will always nudge the student to improve in musicianship and posture after every lesson, with patience and perseverance. ... Read More

Tiffany G offers piano lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Tiffany G


...I am a very relaxed and easy going person, I like to get to know my students and accomodate their learning styles. I remember being in a lessons myself and feeling frustrated trying to work with a teacher who pushed too hard or tried to put everyone through the same methods. ... Read More

Diane W offers piano lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Diane W


...The atmosphere presented to my students is always casual and friendly. I take care to make them feel relaxed and uninhibited. I relate to them as whole persons, not just music students.I strongly emphasize their enjoyment of the music and my expression of pleasure in their successes.I consider it a privilege to nurture others in the experience of music! ... Read More

Edward L offers piano lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Edward L


...Students will vary but using an approach based on age and skill level will give me a great start in preparing to teach my students. Also knowing what my students are interested in such as favorite genres or bands keep the lessons engaging and fun.... Read More

Shafer B offers piano lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Shafer B


...Practice is work, not for fun. Performing correctly practiced music is the fun. That being said, practicing should end with something you really want to play, whether that be an old piece you've passed or popular music.... Read More

Joshua B offers piano lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Joshua B


...I have experience teaching high school marching band with the low brass section. I have also taught for various drum corps. I mainly specialize in preschool aged students.... Read More

Jonathan G offers piano lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Jonathan G


...So when it came time to study my first introductory jazz course I was rocked to my core. I began not only to enjoy the music I played, but became more aware of the relationships between keys, chords, scales and notes.... Read More

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