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David S offers piano lessons in Miami, FL

David S

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...There are a lot of different ways to approach practicing effectively, all of which differ from student to student. For difficult passages, isolating a certain phrase or few measures or any other technically demanding section should be slowed down and played with a metronome until it feels more comfortable. ... Read More

Erick V offers piano lessons in Miami, FL

Erick V

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...I look at a students ability to read music first to determine what kind of music they should be working on. I teach students on an individual basis in order to quickly help them improve. ... Read More

Todd T offers piano lessons in Miami, FL

Todd T

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...I can help you learn to sing by reading music or by rote. I will help you seek opportunities for performance to build your confidence and experience. ... Read More

Amanda W offers piano lessons in Miami, FL

Amanda W

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...I am a passionate and devoted piano teacher with a real love of music and a strong desire to pass my knowledge onto others. I took seven years of piano lessons in grade school and graduated from Florida State College with an Associate of Arts in Music degree.... Read More

Joshua M offers piano lessons in Miami, FL

Joshua M

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...Some technical instruction is done with arpeggios, scales, chords, etc., but in general, I try to keep the lesson as interesting as possible so that we can have fun while learning!... Read More

Elijah S offers piano lessons in Miami, FL

Elijah S

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...By the end of all of my beginning lessons students are able to play at least one song, but most are able to play three songs, and had learned the basics of music, fingering, notation, and rhythm/counting.... Read More

Joseph M offers piano lessons in Miami, FL

Joseph M

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...My music degree is from Auburn University Montgomery and I have done live performances within a band, ensemble, and on my own. I have had the opportunity to play with different musicians with various styles and I have added their techniques to my teaching when it comes to my students.... Read More

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