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Keith S offers piano lessons in Madison, WI

Keith S


...I have taught from both the FJH and Berklee series of guitar and theory books. My lessons revolve around three parts: 1- Lessons from books of the appropriate level. ... Read More

Ashley M offers piano lessons in Madison, WI

Ashley M


...Every time we have a lesson, I ask for their reflection on their frustrations, progress, and discoveries within their craft and music. This allows us to converse freely about their learning pace, flux of interest, strengths and weaknesses, and how they perceive their improvement, as well as if changes need to occur in the lesson setting, the musical selections, or our initial goals. ... Read More

Tim A offers piano lessons in Madison, WI

Tim A


...After the first lesson. Inspiration is a key component to healthy musical growth, and once the student has had that exposure to knowing how much is out there for them to learn and has a foundation built on their own goals and dreams, it changes the way they practice and they way they think about their instrument. ... Read More

Zach W offers piano lessons in Madison, WI

Zach W


...I am a self-taught musician, beginning at Edgewood College, where I served as the pianist in the Jazz Ensemble. After college, I had the opportunity to play professionally for several years; as the pianist in the Jeff Peronto Jazz Orchestra (Big Band) and also was the pianist for a period of time with Madison, WI Jazz Club "Cafe' Coda" owner, Hanah Jon Taylor in the Hanah Jon Taylor Artet (Jazz Combo).... Read More

Caroline H offers piano lessons in Madison, WI

Caroline H


...I do not use method books with voice students, although I do have a curriculum that I follow and adjust depending on the level and age of the voice student.... Read More

Ray C offers piano lessons in Madison, WI

Ray C


...I ensure my students are granted the very highest musical experiences they are looking for. Many of my students have begun their musical instruction in my studio and have gone on to become music educators, professional Broadway and international performers.... Read More

Jonathan M offers piano lessons in Madison, WI

Jonathan M


...As a member of an indie rock band, I understand the importance of being able to play songs on your instrument as quickly as possible! With this in mind, my lesson plan focuses primarily on breaking down songs that we want to learn how to play into their fundamental parts; the chords, the grooves, the fills, what-have-you, until we can put it all together.... Read More

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