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Priscilla T offers piano lessons in Memphis, TN

Priscilla T


...I have been teaching private lessons fro over 12 years and have taught children from ages 4-adults of all levels. Upon arriving in Memphis, I began a music program at Caritas Village offering free violin lessons to the children in the neighborhood of Binghampton. ... Read More

Ricco V offers piano lessons in Memphis, TN

Ricco V


...I was awarded musical scholarships to Jackson State University and Mississippi Valley State University. While at Jackson State I studied marching band under the direction of Dr. ... Read More

Grady H offers piano lessons in Memphis, TN

Grady H


...I'm a spirited passionate instructor who loves teaching students. As a 2009 Bethel College graduate with a Bachelor's in music education, I value education and seek to inspire my students. ... Read More

Hong M offers piano lessons in Memphis, TN

Hong M


...In the process of teaching, I master a set of feasible and effective teaching methods through many years experience. I find out different teaching strategies, to help students really learn the true meaning of piano performance.... Read More

Max K offers piano lessons in Memphis, TN

Max K


...My father is a blues guitarist. I grew up listening to his music and the idols that he adored. He owns a Blues and BBQ restaurant where he taught me to play blues guitar.... Read More

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