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Featured Piano Teachers Near Escondido, CA

Diane W offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Diane W


...I've had a love for music since I was a child, when my father played classical recordings at home every day. I've played piano and flute since age 10, and the enjoyment of it just keeps increasing! ... Read More

Edward L offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Edward L


...I began teaching privately and working with area high school marching bands during college in 2002. After graduation, I taught public school before transitioning to another job in the music industry. ... Read More

Rebecca L offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Rebecca L


...Practicing is a must, but I will never hinder a students learning because they did not practice. Every lesson is a new adventure with exciting things to learn and it is my goal to keep them motivated in whatever way I can! ... Read More

Annie H offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Annie H


...Although I began my musical career in the Suzuki method, I intentionally balance the ear-training approach of that method with music theory to create well-rounded musicians. My students will learn how to sight read music, improvize their own melodies, perform in an ensemble (chamber and/or orchestral) and master the art of performance with a solid foundation in music theory.... Read More

Robert B offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Robert B


...From early to advanced learning, I have had my best experiences allowing students to find their passion in playing by using simple exercises and studies with harmony, melody and rhythm.... Read More

Andrew F offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Andrew F


...I have sung in choirs for thirty years. Over that time, I also performed in several musical plays, and took about 22 college course units in music covering piano, guitar, singing, and musicianship.... Read More

Kenneth L offers piano lessons in Escondido, CA

Kenneth L


...During my University days, I tutored many students in academics and forund that I deeply enjoyed connecting with each student and that I had a natural talent doing do.... Read More

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