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Danielle N offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Danielle N

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...I love teaching, and I do so with both encouragement and humor. I realize that not everyone can is able or willing to practice six hours a day, so I work with each student individually to find their pace. ... Read More

Robert G offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Robert G

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...I understand how hard it is to learn a new instrument. Music is just like a language - because it is one! My approach to learning music is, like learning a new language, immersion in the basics and linking concepts from playing to listening. ... Read More

Charlie N offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Charlie N

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...I have young students of ages 5 to 14 as well as students of upper ages. According to a student's level of musicianship (beginner, advanced or in between), students are taught how to read music, music theory in relation to their progress, chords, scales and how to write/compose their own songs. ... Read More

Anna A offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Anna A

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...I think it's helpful to set attainable goals for each week, so the students can realize their progress. I think it's important to work with students' strengths and weaknesses so that they achieve their goals in a way that's best for them.... Read More

Tyler L offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Tyler L

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...For beginning students, I begin with basic open chords and scales. Once the student has basic chords down I like to teach them a song of there choosing.... Read More

Bailey C offers piano lessons in Durham, NC

Bailey C

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...I would like to encourage students to enter competitions and recitals--as well as work on composing their own original material so that they can feel great about their own personal accomplishments.... Read More

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