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Michael W offers piano lessons in Edison, NJ

Michael W

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...Then I ask them what they would have liked to do better. Students who understand that they should be their own teacher do best in the long run. ... Read More

Ting-Ying C offers piano lessons in Edison, NJ

Ting-Ying C

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...I was invited to the North Carolina Governors School in Winton-Salem, NC as a teaching assistant in the summer of 2011 for similar responsibilities that I had with the MSM Pre-College Orchestra as well as giving private lessons and dormitory resident counselor duties. ... Read More

Maximilian S offers piano lessons in Edison, NJ

Maximilian S

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...My music pedagogy is influenced by Zoltan Kodaly, mile Jaques-Dalcroze, Edwin Gordon, and Carl Orff. For teaching violin, while I employ elements of the Suzuki Method, Strictly Strings, and Metodo Nicolo Violin to instill discipline and establish ,precision, I set up a lively, interdisciplinary, and creative environment by incorporating calisthenics, games, dancing, singing, and storytelling to encourage versatility and innovation. ... Read More

Scott B offers piano lessons in Edison, NJ

Scott B

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...To enhance the individual's experience I use background in music, current studies, and style preference to choose which methods might be best for the student. Younger students require more stock information and techniques such as Essential Elements, Alfred's drum book, or basic Fender guitar method for example.... Read More

Michael V offers piano lessons in Edison, NJ

Michael V

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...I prefer to allow the students to think through their questions, guiding them to discover the answers for themselves. This establishes a toolset that the students can use to navigate the challenges they face when advancing with a new instrument, in addition to the core concepts learned over the course of individual lessons.... Read More

David P offers piano lessons in Edison, NJ

David P

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...I began playing piano for church choirs in my hometown. During my college years, my private lessons experience began when I would give pointers to my fellow music majors who had to pass piano proficiency as part of their degree requirement.... Read More

Christine L offers piano lessons in Edison, NJ

Christine L

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...With my piano teaching, I am particularly experienced in working with younger or beginner students, combining solid technical works, classical repertoires, as well as students' choice of preference (pop, jazz, or even improvisation and song writing!) to make the lessons firm and fun.... Read More

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