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Featured Piano Teachers Near Colorado Springs, CO

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Colorado Springs . 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!

Cassandra P offers Piano lessons in   Colorado Springs, CO

Cassandra P

Instruments: Piano

My lessons are usually 30 minutes long for beginners. On top of learning from a piano series, I like to incorporate songs and styles that the student is insterested in learning. Theory and technique are also very important aspects of the lesson. Most importantly, I want the student to find their lesson time enjoyable, and make them excited to learn more. Read More

Brooke M offers Piano lessons in   Colorado Springs, CO

Brooke M

Instruments: Piano Voice

Voice- Depending on how long the lesson is we work on vocal warmups then work on a song. In a 30 min lesson we do vocal warmups for 10 minutes then work on a song fir 20 minutes.Learning the proper vocal technique. Piano-Go through lesson book and other performance books also work on theory if the child is younger and has a short attention span. I love teaching all ages and all styles of music. Read More

Kaylyn K offers Piano lessons in   Colorado Springs, CO

Kaylyn K

Instruments: Piano Flute Piccolo

I meet students at their skill level, to ensure that they enjoy their learning experience. From there, we work together at a pace that is right for the student. This varies from person to person, and depends on the outcomes they want to achieve. I want students to stretch in order to expand their abilities, and reach levels they could not find without guided assistance, but I am not a demanding taskmaster. Read More

Ryan J offers Piano lessons in   Colorado Springs, CO

Ryan J

Instruments: Piano Saxophone Flute Clarinet Drums Synthesizer Piccolo Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Oboe Bassoon English Horn Keyboard

I've been teaching most of my adult life. I started tutoring while still in high school, and I continued as a teaching assistant as a college student. I taught at Hope College for six years in a number of different subjects: saxophone, jazz ensembles, music theory, aural skills, piano class, and music appreciation. I even ran the percussion ensemble for one semester, which was a blast! I love my AF band job, but I do miss teaching full-time. Read More

Michael R offers Piano lessons in   Colorado Springs, CO

Michael R

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Saxophone Flute Clarinet Recorder Piccolo Oboe Bassoon English Horn Music Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

As your teacher I make your music goals my top priority and guide you through our lessons based on what you hope to achieve. I have a wide range of experience and can draw upon many different teaching styles depending on the needs my students. Every student has challenges they face when learning an instrument and my goal is to help isolate those challenges and create a plan for conquering them. Read More

Lara C offers Piano lessons in   Colorado Springs, CO

Lara C

Instruments: Piano Guitar Synthesizer

I'm a competent, motivated and very patient instructor and teacher of music. I enjoy working with students and share my love of music. During my lessons and sessions, I practice various teacher's techniques. We do many interesting and interacive exercies and activities. We work on the sense of beat, better listening and understanding of music intonations. We learn how to write and read musics. We work on the basics of harmonies and chords. Read More

Ben S offers Piano lessons in   Colorado Springs, CO

Ben S

Instruments: Piano Saxophone Clarinet

I think it is extremely important to give students freedom to explore their own interests and foster their own development. Education is the lighting of a fire and I consider it a privelege to fuel that fire. As a student myself, I thrived when given a balance of direction and freedom from my teachers. I try to do the same for my students while also keeping in mind that each student is different. Read More

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