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Danielle N offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Danielle N

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... Intermediate-level pianists start choosing some of their own repertoire as well. Clarinet - For students who do well with method books, I use the Rubank Elementary & Intermediate books, and A New Tune A Day books by Ned Bennett. ... Read More

Charlie N offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Charlie N

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...For example,  I have students of ages 7 to 15 that are writing  songs (guitar chords and lyrics) about their pets. I have designed a method of teaching which is full of great musical exercises & fun illustrations for the young student to enjoy while learning skills on their instrument. ... Read More

Valentina P offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Valentina P

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...I do encourage students to participate in recitals, competitions, ABRSM examinations, and in church or school performances. I also enjoy playing duets with more advanced students, or just accompany younger students in order to make them experience the stage with less pressure. ... Read More

Cyndel H offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Cyndel H

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...I love seeing my students achieve their goals and develop a love for music. It is important to me that students progress at their own pace. I encourage students to set goals for themselves and to practice in order to achieve their goals.... Read More

Jennifer S offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Jennifer S

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...I began teaching private music lessons around the age of 26 years old (about 15 years ago). I've taught students as young as 6 years old up through adulthood. I teach most genres.....from Classical, to Gospel, to Pop, to Jazz, to country and the list goes on.... Read More

Michael P offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Michael P

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...I like to first introduce students to basics and learn their tastes so I can modify their teaching regimen. I assign students "homework" or practice songs each week to ensure they are maintaining their routine, and if they deviate from this for some reason for more than two weeks, I immediately tune my teaching style to best motivate my students to want to practice.... Read More

Catherine K offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Catherine K

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...It’s also important to set realistic goals for every lesson and achievable practice goals between lessons. Since every student learns at a different pace these are understandably individual goals.... Read More

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