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Rebecca H offers piano lessons in Fullerton, CA

Rebecca H

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...I try to have as much fun as possible while still maintaining a high expectiation of performance.  I am, by trade and training, a comedian, so jokes and laughter abound. ... Read More

Taylor M offers piano lessons in Fullerton, CA

Taylor M

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...My teaching method is relatively simple, but is somewhat backwards from how most people teach music. I start with teaching the student a song, at his/her level, by listening to the record and by my example. ... Read More

Talia G offers piano lessons in Fullerton, CA

Talia G

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...SOMATIC:Teach technique to develop technique. Use exercises and bodily movements to develop vocal and breathing coordination and skills. Teach performance in songs (acting, movement, stance, etc.) ... Read More

Jeremy M offers piano lessons in Fullerton, CA

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...Since I'm focusing on voice lessons, I work with all students on being aware of their breathing. Having the right breathing patterns (since there are many varieties) is what can give you the edge and really bring out the best voice inside of you.... Read More

Charles C offers piano lessons in Fullerton, CA

Charles C

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...I feel joy to see students serious about study piano and I feel more gladness to see students progress. But sometimes teaching style it depends on student's preference, learning ability,learning speed. - To know where to start teach, in each beginning of piano lesson, student take few minutes quiz, this is for me as a piano teacher know what students need to work on the piano keyboard -By end of the piano lesson, to make student progress play piano, I will assign two songs for students practice at their leisure time... Read More

Tori S offers piano lessons in Fullerton, CA

Tori S

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...I encourage setting goals for each student to track progress and celebrate every accomplishment, making students eager to learn more. I encourage live performance, through either school talent shows, auditions, etc, because it is important for any vocalist to practice performing in front of an audience.... Read More

Danielle C offers piano lessons in Fullerton, CA

Danielle C

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...If your child has interest in music, piano, and is five years old or older then they are ready to start music lessons!... Read More

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