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Armen S offers piano lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Armen S

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...Teaching assistant and accompanist at the Yerevan State Conservatory. Official piano accompanist at the Opera theatre in Yerevan(Armenia). 2007-2010 Teaching assistant and accompanist at the KarlsruheState Conservatory (Germany). 2008 Invited to the Master Classes as the official piano accompanist by professor Boris Belkin,Yuri Zhislin, Mikhail Kopelman, Diemut Poppen, Igor Suliga and Gustav Rivinius in Oviedo,Spain. 2010 Teaching assistant and accompanist at the Hamline University.Accompanist of A Cappella Choir at the Hamline University Since 2012 Piano teacher of Musika LLC 2006-2012 Chamber as well as solo engagements throughout Europe,and abroad 2008 Invited to the Master Classes as the official pianoaccompanist by professor Boris Belkin,Yuri Zhislin, Mikhail Kopelman, Diemut Poppen, Igor Suliga and Gustav Riviniusin Oviedo,Spain. ... Read More

Irene G offers piano lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Irene G

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...In 1993, I graduated from South-Ukrainian National Pedagogical University with Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Pedagogy. I worked as an accompanist, producer and piano/vocal teacher in schools, Children Creative centers, Musical Theater. ... Read More

Kayla B offers piano lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Kayla B

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...After working out of the book for an apropriate amount of time, I introduce solo repertiore from both pop and classical genres. I want my students to learn, but I want them to have fun and enjoy what they are learning. ... Read More

Daniel S offers piano lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Daniel S

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...My teaching style for all my students is that they progress at their own pace. I set achievable goals for them so that they can progress each week.... Read More

Katia V offers piano lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Katia V

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...I have the patience and skill set to teach others the fundamentals. I also like to witness the students' improvement as they continue to practice and learn.... Read More

Tracy C offers piano lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Tracy C

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...I'm a band director with 25 years of experience who loves working with students and sharing my love of music. Clarinet is my primary instrument, and I feel comfortable teaching all levels of clarinet students.... Read More

Valentino P offers piano lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Valentino P

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...Since a young age I was introduced to classical piano. At the age of 20 I graduated from an Italian Conservatory of Music in Piano performance. The piano degree in Europe is 10 years long, very selective and very demanding.... Read More

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