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Featured Piano Teachers Near Orlando, FL

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Orlando . 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!

Silviya M offers Piano lessons in   Orlando, FL

Silviya M

Instruments: Piano Voice Flute

I teach them how to read notes, how to play the flute, how to properly use their body and fingers when playing and very important how to use diaphragmatic breathing. When I work with voice students I try first to get understanding of what the student is interested in. Every student who wants to learn or improve singing is different and likes different stiles of music and that is why my voice teaching method depends on the students knowledge , abilities, range and etc. Read More

Alvaro B offers Piano lessons in   Orlando, FL

Alvaro B

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Cello Viola Flute Drums Bass Guitar Organ Synthesizer Harmonica Fiddle Latin Percussion

German, Italian, Spanish, American and Suzuki Methods. Currently I am creating a new method for musical composition. Read More

Edward P offers Piano lessons in   Orlando, FL

Edward P

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Bass Guitar Ukulele Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

With every student, no matter the age, I like to get an idea of their goals intended, or help them develop goals along the way. Everyone wants to play music for different reasons, and I like to keep that in mind for each student. However, regardless of the goal, my philosophy is to empower each student to discover their sound and voice on their instrument. Of course, we will still go over the fundamentals and essential "building blocks" of music, but also develop musical personality in the process. Read More

Frederick B offers Piano lessons in   Orlando, FL

Frederick B

Instruments: Piano Voice Drums Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion Music Keyboard Djembe

In addition to studying Music Education, I sing in the Opera Orlando company. I also sing in Voci del Cuore (voices of the heart) professional choir run by Dr. Jeffery Redding. I am also a rehearsal assistant for the Orlando Chamber Youth Ensembles organization. From my sophomore year of high school to now, I have been in all advanced ensembles I could be in every academic institution I have been to since high school. Read More

Ronnie Z offers Piano lessons in   Orlando, FL

Ronnie Z

Instruments: Piano Guitar Trumpet Trombone Drums Synthesizer Euphonium Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Latin Percussion

Music has been my passion from a very early age. I have learned through my years as an educator that sharing this passion with others is just as rewarding as personal experience or success. I greatly enjoy performing as much as I can myself but helping students achieve their own personal musical goals has become one of the most enjoyable experiences of my life. I look forward to meeting new students and learning about their passions and goals so that I can help them find the most rewarding path possible! Read More

Joan F offers Piano lessons in   Orlando, FL

Joan F

Instruments: Piano

I have taught piano lessons for over 30 years.. I started taking piano lessons myself when I was in third grade. Music has always been such an important part of my life that I want to share that gift with others - for them to love music as much as I do. My husband and I have pastored churches for over 30 years and I was always involved in the music ministry .My husband is a professor of preaching and worship at Asbury University at the Orlando Dunham Campus. Read More

Thomas W offers Piano lessons in   Orlando, FL

Thomas W

Instruments: Piano Drums

I have a great passion for teaching. I enjoy sharing my knowledge, and experience of music with everyone. I graduated from Rollins College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Percussion Performance in 2013. I am interested in all styles of music and I encourage my students to have an open mind; to make them well rounded musicians. I have had the privelage to perform with the Bach Festival Orchestra of Winter Park at their 75th anniversary concert. Read More

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Pepina D

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola

When did you decide to become a professional musician? Was it a gradual decision or was there a defining moment for you?
I think I decided when I started to learn the violin at the age of eight. I am coming from the musical family where my father was a singer and a pianist. That determined in large my future profession.

Does music run in your family? Tell us a little about your musical family members.
My father was a professional singer in the choir. He also learned to play the piano as a child. This had a huge influence on me to learn to play the violin.

If you play more than one instrument, how did you decide to start playing the second? (Or 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc)!
Playing the viola is similar to the violin except it is a bigger instrument and the music notation is written in the different key. Other than that-there is not much of difference.The violin has bright sound while the viola has darker timbre. It is up to the personal preference of a person which instrument he/she will like more. The violin plays the melodies in the orchestra while the viola accompanies in general. I started playing the piano several years ago. I like it because I can play several melodies at the same time. When you play the piano-two hands are involved and that is what makes it interesting-to hear several melodies simultaneously.

What is your favorite style/genre of music to play and why?
I play classical, pop, rock, jazz, latin, etc. I am open to all genres. Every genre has its interesting sound and harmonies. Jazz and blues is relaxing, classical can be both lively and calm, rock and pop music express intense either calm or lively emotions, latin has lively character... Of course that there are exceptions in each genre-that there are songs that are expressing different moods and that is what makes it interesting-to experience unique sound in each musical style. I enjoy playing all of them. If I must chose-I am classically trained musician and I grew up playing mostly the classical music so I like it along with the other styles.

What is your dream piece to perform and why?
I would like to play Esaye's solo sonatas and Paganini's concertos. They are technically challenging but not overwhelmingly hard. It is possible to learn them but it requires a huge amount of hours to accomplish that. Esaye's sonatas have rhapsodic character with various harmonies that mix simultaneously. Paganini concertos have beautiful melodies and technically demanding passages so it has combination of both easy and relaxing and hard and lively. These pieces are wonderful to listen and represent the most popular repertoire.

If you weren't a musician what do you think you'd be doing instead?
If I am not a musician-I would be probably the pastry chef or a cook. I like making cookies and cakes. I like also cooking meals. I like also dancing so maybe I would be a teacher in the dance studio. It is nice to learn different things. I like to learn the languages so therefore maybe I would be a teacher of some foreign language. I think it is important to learn different cultures in various ways-not just with music but through their architecture, language, traditional foods, music, etc. It is beautiful to get new knowledge about some culture because I feel a richer person then.

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