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Rob S offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Rob S


...I have been playing saxophone for about 12 years, flute and clarinet for 7, and drums and piano for the past 3 years (so I can only accept beginning drum and piano students.) I love all types of music and will work with you on any genre you want to work on while improving your overall facility on your instrument! ... Read More

Jean D offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Jean D


...After graduating from school, I focused on teaching children how to read sheet music and play the piano and guitar within parochial schools, public elementary schools, private in-home lessons, and instructed adults for the Continuing Education Music Programs located within Rockland County, New York and Orange County, California.Today, I teach privately in my students homes and my home music studio, and privileged to share music with special education students on a weekly basis. ... Read More

Janice F offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Janice F


...Before the first lesson I ask the student what their goals are and what they want to do with their musical study in the future. First and foremost for both 'cellists and pianists is to learn the notes with flashcards so that the student will not be thinking of every note they need to "find" but it will be so automatic that all the student has to do is bring out their musicality through the pieces. ... Read More

Jennifer W offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Jennifer W


... Participating in the International Tour of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas",as well as in multiple regional performances at the Geffen Playhouse, Crystal Cathedral, Disneyland, Moonlight Ampitheater and many others, has given me the skill and experience that I love to impart to students!... Read More

Zacharie A offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Zacharie A


...I have taught some students while attending Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. I've also taught a master class to university students in Colombia, South America while on tour with the Morgan State Jazz Combo.... Read More

Regina G offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Regina G


...I like students desiring to explore and experiment with new things. A true learning process is an adventure for both a student and a teacher. Practicing and doing the homework is an essential part of my students' musical lives.... Read More

Danielle C offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Danielle C


...I graduated from Cal State Long beach with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music. I currently write my own music and record as well. I have a strong background in classical music, but the music I write is more Rock and Blues influenced.... Read More

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