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LaTorri R offers piano lessons in Dallas, TX

LaTorri R

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...For beginning students I typically start with fundamentals and basic sticking or chording. For experienced students I begin with what they know and look for areas of strength. ... Read More

Rosanna H offers piano lessons in Dallas, TX

Rosanna H

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...I believe in positive reinforcement, especially with younger students! I also take into account preferences for music styles and attempt to use repertoire that not only broadens their experience, but keeps students focused and interested. ... Read More

Francisco C offers piano lessons in Dallas, TX

Francisco C

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...During my college years, I was a scholarship singer at First Presbyterian Church, and a member of the Sam Houston State University Chorale. Past experiences include singing with the UTB/TSC Master chorale, with which he performed at the Texas Music Educators Association. ... Read More

Jeremy S offers piano lessons in Dallas, TX

Jeremy S

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...Basically, if an instrument interested me, I sat down with it and forced myself to learn it. Piano instruction in college and graduate school helped a lot with that particular instrument, and I learned the trombone in grade school.... Read More

Crystal K offers piano lessons in Dallas, TX

Crystal K

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...I want to be able to help students work on basic foundations and techniques as well as defining an individual's method on how to approach a piece.... Read More

Jessy (Ya-Chen) L offers piano lessons in Dallas, TX

Jessy (Ya-Chen) L

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...As a teacher, it is always rewarding to see students not only improved and made progress but also to see them being focused and enjoy playing music.... Read More

Martha C offers piano lessons in Dallas, TX

Martha C

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...Depending on my student's age and skill level I usually have them begin with Suzuki books, Essential Elements books, or a combination of the two. As students advance I often incorporate etudes and/or exercises by Lee, Dotzauer, Galamian, Mooney, Sevcik, Duport, and Popper.... Read More

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