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Featured Piano Teachers Near Lincoln, NE

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Lincoln . 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!

Blake M offers Piano lessons in   Lincoln, NE

Blake M

Instruments: Piano Trombone Keyboard

Nothing is more rewarding than seeing real life results from my students. Setting concrete goals is very important for me and my students, weather that be to get into all-state or to be able to play a scale at a certain bpm. First and foremost, I hope to cultivate passion in my students. I believe that when a student is passionate they can learn to teach themselves and my job is to provide that student with as many different tools as possible. Read More

Brandon P offers Piano lessons in   Lincoln, NE

Brandon P

Instruments: Piano Trumpet

Music is my passion. I believe that music is able to connect us in ways that words and actions simply cannot. I have been playing music in some form for over 20 years. I play trumpet and piano. In college, I was a lead trumpet player for the UNL Cornhusker Marching Band. My experience in music has taught me that there is more to playing an instrument than simply following a sheet of music and playing notes. Read More

Jaime W offers Piano lessons in   Lincoln, NE

Jaime W

Instruments: Piano Voice Music

Jaimes vocal instruction has an emphasis on the creative and critical pedagogical methods as she works to create spaces that nurture student agency, reflection, and critical thinking. She aims to create a space of welcome and safety while empowering student voices and student leadership. In one on one instruction, she teaches her students not only how to set goals and achieve them, but uncover the skills they need to develop in their musical pursuits, individually. Read More

Clara Y offers Piano lessons in   Lincoln, NE

Clara Y

Instruments: Piano Keyboard

I completed Grade 6 in ABRSM examination before coming to the United States for my Bachelor degree in Psychology. I had 3 years of piano performance experience when I was in a choir team and those were the most amazing times I have ever had. I joined a choir named Synctone Choir in 2009 and I have gone through vocal training for 3 years. There we had competitions and events like Acapella festivals. I played piano as background music for the vocalists in several events. Read More

Eric L offers Piano lessons in   Lincoln, NE

Eric L

Instruments: Piano Violin Trumpet Trombone Euphonium French Horn Tuba Music

For beginning students on brass instruments, we will send time getting the student to be comfortable holding and playing the instrument with a good, air driven sound. Once the student is able to reliably play their first notes in a rhythmic fashion, we can begin working on introducing music notation into the equation. Books I suggest will generally be books more specialized for each individual instrument, rather than method books used in band classrooms. Read More

Nicholas S offers Piano lessons in   Lincoln, NE

Nicholas S

Instruments: Piano

Hello! My name is Nic, and I'd like to be your student's next piano instructor! I'm a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Go Huskers!), although I hail from Minnesota originally. Over the last several years, I've been instructing students on piano and performing at outside engagements for clients. Additionally, I'm a Piano Associate at Von Maur who performs regularly throughout the week and weekends. Music has been such a big part of my life since I could first recall, and teaching others to play piano is a way for me to spread this passion outside of myself. Read More

Ryan N offers Piano lessons in   Lincoln, NE

Ryan N

Instruments: Piano Guitar Bass Guitar Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

For students who already have the groundwork of the instrument, I typically move forward with whatever they are interested in learning and what would make them feel more accomplished. For beginner students, I typically start them out in the Fast Track Guitar 1 book just to get them comfortable with the instrument, proper technique, basic music theory, etc. Additionally, I always implement scales into the lessons, no matter the age or skill level. Read More

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