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Dennis Wayne H offers piano lessons in Milwaukee, WI

Dennis Wayne H


...Alfred Publishing piano courses (both older and newer), Faber and Faber, Bastien, Edna Mae Burnam, and the Hal Leonard course have all been among my pre-published methods that I have used over the years. ... Read More

Jennifer S offers piano lessons in Milwaukee, WI

Jennifer S


...Music has always been a part of my life in one way or another and I am someone who can pass on a positive experience to people of any age. ... Read More

Emily B offers piano lessons in Milwaukee, WI

Emily B


...I have been teaching privately since 2006 and in public schools since 2011.  I have high expectations of my students and encourage them to have fun in their lessons. ... Read More

Brandon K offers piano lessons in Milwaukee, WI

Brandon K


...I support this by creating sensible goals for my students at every lesson. Recognizing accomplishments increases a students desire to improve, and makes students excited to learn more.... Read More

Elizabeth Z offers piano lessons in Milwaukee, WI

Elizabeth Z


...If they begin showing signs of being drawn to the piano then I would suggest a time of consult and then offer a trial lesson to see where they are at.... Read More

Gino D offers piano lessons in Milwaukee, WI

Gino D


...Michael Aaron Piano Courses for children and adults had usually proven a good start for piano lessons. Sometimes, a student will need something other than a method book: I will then personally design a program for them based on the way in which they assimilate information and translate that into musical understanding and technique.... Read More

Richard M offers piano lessons in Milwaukee, WI

Richard M


...I do insist that each student practice one to two hours a day based on what they are taught. This includes, but is not limited to finger exercises, drills, posture and any thing that will make playing better for them.... Read More

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