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Erika S

Erika S

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We get a lot done and touch on many topics in every lesson, but the most important thing is that students will feel like 'work is play'. Smiles and laughter are helpful tools for musicians. Warming up, relaxation and focus, exercises, sharing familiar songs, learning new pieces and techniques, sight reading, playing by ear, duets, music theory, dancing/stretching, rhythm games, singing, and improvisation are also included. I inspire learning by finding out about each person's interests and reasons for wanting to play music and customizing their lesson. I bring unusual instruments to try, find simplified versions of your favorite songs, and share information about music history and musicians' lives.

Adam W

Adam W

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I have taught private and group lessons for the past ten years and love working with students of all ages and abilities. I like to craft my lessons to the needs and desires of each individual student (and thier parents), resulting in a comprehensive program that not only allows the student to progress technically, but embrace and build their love of music as welll. I can teach in a variety of styles. I also enjoy teaching via a 'comprehensive' methodology, thus enabling my students to not just play the music, but understand it as well. One can easily play the notes of a Bach minuet with enough practice - but to understand the music in its true-form, why it sounds the way it does, etc. is something entirely different. 

Teresa W

Teresa W

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I ask all of my students to be prepared for their lessons with a notebook and pencil for lesson notes and assignments.  I ask them to bring any materials they have and will often recommend books and supplemental material I have had success with.  I believe in writing down notes that help students understand what they are learning, exactly what students should practice, and setting goals for their practice and overall progress.  I have judged solo contests and have rarely had a private student achieve less than a 1st Place rating.  Most of my private students achieve "Superior" rating at solo and ensemble contests.  Good communication and genuine concern for the students needs, desires and goals will always be my focus.

Cristina P

Cristina P

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I was offered my first piano teaching job 5 years ago, and have continued to teach ever since. I've taught children as young as 4 years old and first-time adults as old as 60. The most rewarding experiences I've had as a teacher include watching shy, young students consistently evolve into mature young adults who leap at the chance to perform in recitals or take on new challenges in their musical careers. I always encourage a sound sense of self-discipline when I teach lessons. I've found that practicing the piano on a regular basis leads to a healthier work ethic that affects many other parts of a students' lifestyle. Lessons are also meant to be fun and inspiring, so the students have a deeper appreciation for music.

Joaquina L

Joaquina L

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I was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have been studying music since I was 5 years old. I am very passionate about my music and about passing my knowledge and experience to my students. I have performed live in Argentina, Brazil, and over 14 states here in the US. I studied academic contemporary composition in Argentina. I received my AA in jazz bass with honors from PCC, in California. I am currently a senior at the JAIM (jazz and American improvised music) of the Metropolitan University of Denver and I perform regularly around town. I am excited to help my students to become the best musicians they can be with confidence and a strong self-esteem while building a passion for music in general. I have been teaching piano and bass to students from all ages and all backgrounds (both in English and Spanish) for the last 8 years.

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