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Lori B offers piano lessons in Ontario, CA

Lori B

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...Suzuki Piano:  also called the mother-tongue method.  The method is modeled after the way the way children learn their native language, with an emphasis on exposure to the music being learned via listening to a recording.  Note reading is not neglected, though earliest pieces are learned "by ear."  The Suzuki philosophy is "Every Child Can" (learn to play). ... Read More

Milica S offers piano lessons in Ontario, CA

Milica S

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...I've been teaching music for more than 20 years in many different institutions and schools. Group classes with "Musical Minds", individual lessons in my home, at '' Wilshire Music Academy", with "Aimee's Art Production" etc. completed 9 units in Early Childhood Education at WLAC. ... Read More

Yi Christine C offers piano lessons in Ontario, CA

Yi Christine C

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...From there, I teach them to play each song on the piano through imitation. Through spaced repetition and regular review, I expect them to play these pieces from memory. ... Read More

Joba A offers piano lessons in Ontario, CA

Joba A

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...It will be unnecessary to practice more than and this will allow your brain to rest and actually take in what you learned. By the end of the 10 sessions, you will be able to play the piece fluently without any broken parts.... Read More

Justin R offers piano lessons in Ontario, CA

Justin R

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...Consistency and proper technique are two of the most important factors when it comes to practicing.... Read More

Juliet K offers piano lessons in Ontario, CA

Juliet K

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...Each student is different and as such, each student's approach to learning music is different. While still addressing your personal goals, I work to help you achieve those goals and interests, but also utilize my own experiences in teaching to foster deeper growth.... Read More

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Recent Articles from the Musika Blog

Motivating Students

...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

Piano Technique: The Importance of Good Playing Habits

...and sore shoulders and/or neck. Musicians often sacrifice their bodies by playing in an incorrect way, and this is foolish. A smart technique and approach to playing the piano won’t leave your arms, shoulders, neck, and hands in pain. Playing the piano in a smart way can keep your body healthy and able to play for decades.     Hand Position   The first and most important piece of playing technique piano teachers should teach their students is hand position. Young students often struggle with hand position because they might not have had the chance to develop motor skills, hand ... Read More

Suzuki Performance: An Approach to Playing for an Audience

...page turn or someone in the audience who has a coughing fit. To help encourage students to keep concentrating on their own playing instead of the playing of others, some Suzuki students are instructed to ‘watch your highway.’ This means that you’re looking at the general area of the violin strings between the bridge and the fingerboard, right where the bow connects with the string. Sometimes called the “Kreisler Highway,” it means that you watch the ‘highway’ of your violin, to keep your bow straight. (Fritz Kreisler, the virtuoso violinist, was the inspiration of the name, by the way. Kreisler sounds like Chrysler, which ... Read More

Cello Technique Exercises

...well and in tune – playing scales every practice session promotes and reinforces “hearing” the smallest intervals. Just as playing darts requires seeing the target in order to hit the bulls eye, a musician must “hear” the target notes in order to play them well. Arpeggios (root, 3rd, and, 5th) are the notes in a simple chord or triad. Playing arpeggios gives the cellist the practice of shifting major and minor 3rds (C – E – G and C – Eb – G). Intonation is more difficult when shifting 3rds due to the natural tuning of that interval and must be ... Read More

Renting vs. Buying: Weighing the Pros and Cons

...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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Renting vs. Buying: Weighing the Pros and Cons

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