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Alice H offers piano lessons in Indianapolis, IN

Alice H


...Alice often accompanies groups such as the Athenaeum Orchestra and the Phillips Memorial Band. Sheis often sought after for music coordination, workshops, and referrals for musicians. Alice is also an ordained minister in the AME Zion Church and has outreach ministries in Indianapolis. ... Read More

Samuel K offers piano lessons in Indianapolis, IN

Samuel K


...For students who can already read music, I like to work on sight-reading as well as finding solo repertoire that can be performed at recitals. Since I find every student learns differently, I like to create my own lesson plans that are tailored to the individual student because this helps them reach their full potential. ... Read More

Kyle R offers piano lessons in Indianapolis, IN

Kyle R


...My views on teaching or being an instructor are vast. I evaluate what stage one is at and focus on the easiest ways for a student to understand their instrument and approach the musical side of learning. ... Read More

Andrew M offers piano lessons in Indianapolis, IN

Andrew M


...I have a few different methods depending on a students interests.  A majority of my students are interested in the fundamentals of reading music so I usually start with the Alfreds Drum Method books for rhythm and the Mitchell Peters Fundamental Methods for Mallets books for reading melody.  Once the fundamentals are developed, I begin to introduce solo and ensemble repertoire.  As students advance, I work with them on creating their own individual voice while also preparing them for whatever other musical performances, auditions, and competitions that they have in their lives.... Read More

Grant F offers piano lessons in Indianapolis, IN

Grant F


...I have found that my students have thrived the best in a positive, nurturing environment though with high expectations. As someone who has sat through dreaded piano lessons as a child, I know the deflated feeling often associated with monotonous lessons.... Read More

Tingting W offers piano lessons in Indianapolis, IN

Tingting W


...-4 years of professional piano teaching experience, which including 2 years as an Associate Instructor in Jacobs School of Music and 1 year in New York City. -Former students received distinction scores in ABRSM level 1 and 2 just after half of a year's studying. -Former college students had a high pass rate for the Piano Proficiency Exam of Jacobs School of Music, one of the hardest piano exams to pass. -96% satisfaction from college students' anonymous feedback. -2017-2019, the official Piano Instructor of the Young Pianist Academy School.... Read More

Ahafia J offers piano lessons in Indianapolis, IN

Ahafia J


...By talking through healthy practice habits and jointly constructing daily or weekly practice plans with my students, I encourage them to take responsibility for how they use their time at the piano, and how to get things learned healthily and efficiently.... Read More

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