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Featured Piano Teachers Near Escondido, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Escondido . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Shafer B offers Piano lessons in   Escondido, CA

Shafer B

Instruments: Piano Voice Trumpet Trombone Euphonium Keyboard

For beginning students playing piano I typically start with Alfred's' Basic Piano Library, deciding on level when I learn about a students background in playing. On any brass wind instrument I will start with Measures of Success by FJH Music. It's important to me that students practice and understand the important of fundamentals in their music playing. A solid foundation provides students with the necessary tools to advance their musical career far past casually impressing friends with simple and redundant pieces. Read More

Hiroko Y offers Piano lessons in   Escondido, CA

Hiroko Y

Instruments: Piano Voice Keyboard

I started teaching Math professionally when I was 18 years old. After 21 years old, I started to teach at local music school as well as teaching privately at students houses. Some students asked me to teach Japanese, and I have taught Japanese as well. Teaching is my calling and I am good at it. I am just helping people to understand things they do not know or understand. I grew up with a private tutor and my academic was excellent. Read More

David E offers Piano lessons in   Escondido, CA

David E

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Drums Bass Guitar Synthesizer Ukulele Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion Keyboard Electric Guitar Djembe Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

A fun, friendly, and professional Music Instructor at your service for Voice, Guitar, Piano, Bass, Drums, and Ukulele. I have a BA degree from Florida Atlantic University in Music Performance for Classical/Flamenco/Jazz/Blues guitar and I've also performed on the Piano/Keyboards for a couple different bands too. I love to play and teach pretty much all styles of music! I have a Home Recording and Rehearsal Studio here in Oceanside. Read More

Joshua B offers Piano lessons in   Escondido, CA

Joshua B

Instruments: Piano Guitar Trombone Bass Guitar Banjo Ukulele Double Bass Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

My methods as a teacher are very vast. I have taught many people and my success in teaching is unrivaled. I am able to make my students change direction, focus, get back on track, use a tangent to further a topic and much more. I think most music teachers focus on the music and not enough on their abilities to teach. I have been a preschool teacher and filled various other educational roles. Read More

Narissa R offers Piano lessons in   Escondido, CA

Narissa R

Instruments: Piano Voice

I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students of all ages and levels from pre-schoolers to advanced.  I pursued MA in Piano Pedagogy from San Diego State University and MM in Piano Performance from Philippine Women's University.  I graduated from Philippine Women's University the Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance & Music Education.  I have had the opportunity to teach Piano for Non-Music Majors in San Diego State University. Read More

Britta K offers Piano lessons in   Escondido, CA

Britta K

Instruments: Piano

I encourage my students practice at least a minimum of 30 minutes a day. I don't have one particular book I work from as I see every student is different. I do require that they have a theory book because I believe learning the theory is just as important. Regardless of their age, I encourage them to find a piece within their level that they would enjoy learning to play. Read More

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