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Atalia M offers piano lessons in Corona, CA

Atalia M

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...With hard work and determination, you can be anything you want to be. With motivation, anyone can be a beautiful singer, guitarist, and pianist. If I did not believe this with all my heart, I would not be where I am today. ... Read More

Fernando P offers piano lessons in Corona, CA

Fernando P

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... This gives them something to reference to, but also gives them an aural aspect in their playing/practice habits. I also model for them constantly, so that they get more visual and aural reinforcement. ... Read More

Matthew H offers piano lessons in Corona, CA

Matthew H

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...My teaching is all about balancing the fundamentals of music with the love of music. We read music, notate music, listen to music, share music, and most importantly practice and play music! ... Read More

Ivan U offers piano lessons in Corona, CA

Ivan U

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...I typically use the Alfred books for children who are just starting out, gradually introducing solo repertoire as they progress. For adults, I use materials relating to whatever stylistic or technical goals they may have.... Read More

Matheus D offers piano lessons in Corona, CA

Matheus D

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...While attending the Musicians Insitute, I entered a K-pop Singing Competition and won second place, amongst other learning opportunities like singing back-ground vocals for a few of my colleagues and teaching singing.... Read More

Bo L offers piano lessons in Corona, CA

Bo L

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...I have had over 7 years of teaching experience. In addition have maintained a studio of 30 plus students weekly throughout this time. My students have ranged from advanced to beginning and consist of all ages.... Read More

Chris C offers piano lessons in Corona, CA

Chris C

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...I have always loved music. I write and create music everyday. When I graduated high school I earned a band scholarship which allowed me to play in many different genres of music.... Read More

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