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Featured Piano Teachers Near Ontario, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Ontario . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Mark S offers Piano lessons in   Ontario, CA

Mark S

Instruments: Piano Trumpet Trombone Bass Guitar Synthesizer Euphonium French Horn Tuba Music

Admittedly limited, my teaching experience started when I was in High School when I became the marching Band's trumpet section leader. I really enjoyed sharing my knowledge and experience with otherswatching people grow in their musicianship is an incredible reward for me and I'd love to experience it more in my life! In college, I once again assumed the role of student and absorbed everything that I could. Now that I am graduate, I am very ready to share that with those who would have it. Read More

Yaocheng Y offers Piano lessons in   Ontario, CA

Yaocheng Y

Instruments: Piano Flute

I like to challenge my students to be the best they can be as musicians. For the serious candidates, inspiration is a necessity! On top of lessons they are encouraged to grow by listening to other musicians learning from them. I value the teacher and student relationship. Most of the time I feel out what the client would do well with. (A lot of guidance or a lot of freedom vice versa) I see myself operate more as an accountability coach in my teaching. Read More

Linda L offers Piano lessons in   Ontario, CA

Linda L

Instruments: Piano Violin

My teaching experience started in high school when my private teacher started teaching me how to teach. I then accepted students on a continual basis, usually working two jobs. I realized at a later point in my life that I would like to make teaching my profession and started getting more serious about how I would proceed with teaching music. I have had students for over 25 years and without a doubt, parental involvement and practice are the two main factors for success of young students, along with a good teacher. Read More

Chris C offers Piano lessons in   Ontario, CA

Chris C

Instruments: Piano Drums Orchestral Percussion Conga

For young students who have never played before they are introduced to a fun and easy book called Hal Leonard's Drum Set Method. After a quick assessment I apply some adjustments to there playing and quickly assign some fun homework. Simply and effective for their style of playing. For adults, I asked them to play for me a few bars and drum patterns. I check their ability to read, improvise and how strong their "pocket "is. (i.e. Read More

Nori D offers Piano lessons in   Ontario, CA

Nori D

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola Electric Violin

I have taught in the classroom and privately for over 10 years. When students start on their instrument I encourage the parents to be part of the lesson so they can help and encourage practicing at home. When the students are at a beginning stage I have them practice about 20-30 minutes a day. At the beginning the student is getting adjusted to the instrument and I don't want to push them too much. Read More

Jane K offers Piano lessons in   Ontario, CA

Jane K

Instruments: Piano

For BEGINNING students, I teach piano but also theory as well. In order to play the piano accurately, the student must know theory. I teach using James Bastien's primary-level 4 books. Within those books, they offer a Piano book, Theory book, Performance book, and a Technic book. Depending on the child's level and ability to play, I will incorporate what I see is the best book to use for each individual student. Read More

Fraser P offers Piano lessons in   Ontario, CA

Fraser P

Instruments: Piano Voice Trumpet Euphonium

I always like to get a feel for the students ability first and then choose the right level to begin with them. I always start with some exercise work to strengthen the basics and then include a lot of fun pieces to boost the fun and satisfaction with the improvement. I am very effective at improving a players ability and enjoyment of the instrument. Read More

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...thing to forget when you get caught in the routine of teaching student after student year after year. Motivating students is sometimes as simple as playing them a piece of music they’ve never heard before. Music is quite possibly the world’s most beloved and influential art forms. There’s songs and compositions about death, falling in love, going to war and the contemplation of what it means to exist in the universe. If your lessons aren’t revolved around the powerful ideas of music being accessible, important and meaningful, it will be a miserable time for you and everyone you teach.   As a music educator,... Read More

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...practicing as well as motivation in learning the instrument. Like all things, purchasing an instrument can have drawbacks. Selecting the best instrument for you can be overwhelming, especially as a beginner who may be unsure what characteristics to look for. This may result in owning a lower quality instrument or one that is a poor fit. It’s best to take note of the store’s return policy. Similar to owning your own home as opposed to renting, any repair costs would be covered solely by you unless you have purchased separate insurance to cover these kind of issues. While the costs for ... Read More
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