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Rebecca H offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

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...Most of my students might say I'm not as funny as I think I am, but we still have fun! I am, however a stickler for learning the basics of music theory and correct use of vocabulary. ... Read More

Aaron K offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Aaron K

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...I like inspiring students by going beyond learning their instrument to helping them understand the history of their instrument and the music they are learning and the role/importance of music to them. ... Read More

Gary L offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Gary L

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...I have learned from some of the best teachers in and around Los Angeles, having studied for 4+ years in the early 1990s. I love to hear good vocals. ... Read More

Moana A offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Moana A

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...I started taking piano and guitar lessons at age 13. Since then, I have been exposed to even more styles and cultures by performing and travelling internationally (Middle East, Asia, Europe, USA, Caribbean).... Read More

Steve B offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Steve B

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...Have fun. Love what you do. If it stops being fun push a little further ahead and see what happens. All it takes is a little ember to start a fire and I am ready to help my students find that fire within themselves.... Read More

Lauren C offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Lauren C

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...I've been teaching voice full time for five years. Many students come to my studio in West Hollywood, or I am available to meet at Pierre's Fine Pianos in Santa Monica.... Read More

Matthew S offers piano lessons in Long Beach , CA

Matthew S

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...Alongside CalArts colleagues, I was employed as a citizen artist with Americorps, teaching students beginning music at Dorsey High School in South Central, Los Angeles. Following this, I was invited to participate in a summer program at the beautiful campus of Ravinia, Illinois, where I worked with jazz artists Billy Childs, and Rufus Reid.... Read More

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