Featured Piano Teachers Near Peabody, MA

Kristen K

Kristen K

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I find myself to be an energetic, friendly, knowledgable and caring individual, especially when it comes to my students. Ever since the 9th grade, I have fantasized about the day when I got to give students the gift of music, just as my teachers had given me. I attended the University of Massachusetts Lowell, majoring in Music Studies (pre-education). There, I could teach classrooms of students and learn how to best foster creativity. Now, I am attending the Longy School of Music for my Master's in Vocal Performance, and I maintain a studio of 20 students in addition to my Musika clients. As my dreams have come true, I hope to instill the same passionate love for music in all my students! 

David S

David S

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I am a lifelong student of music. I began playing the guitar at a very young age, 7 years old, and was playing in public by the time I was 12 years old. Around this time I took a correspondence course in Arranging from the then Berklee School of Music, which did eventually also become my alma mater and I even began teaching for my teacher. I have played and performed throughout the new England states as a solo performer and in bands/ensembles, and have had some of my orchestral works performed by the Prague Symphony Orchestra, truly an achievement for a kid who grew up as a rocker. Music is my life and my passion.

Aaron B

Aaron B

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I began learning piano at the age of three.  My dad is a band and chorus teacher and didn't consider it an "optional" skill.  I actually learned to read music before english!  (I was confused in kindergarten when I found that the alphabet went past G!)  Music has been an integral part of my life since then with my elementary and high school years filled with festivals, concerts, auditions and competitions.  I then went on to get my Bachelor's degree at Berklee College of Music.  I am currently working on my Master's Degree in Composition at the Vermont College of Fine Arts and hope to pursue my Ph.D in Composition afterwards.  

Sean P

Sean P

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Music has always been a passion of mine ever since I could remember. My fathers old cornet constantly taunted me, telling me to play it. Fast Forward 12 years, I went to Berklee College of Music to study Trumpet Performance.  I am a consumate learner, testing my knowledge in many different disciplines of music, from composition to instruments I have never played.

Sung H

Sung H

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I approach my teaching and lead discussions with both a concert pianist's passion and a scholarly rigor. The objective of my teaching in the classroom is to strengthen my students' pianistic skills and to nurture them as leaders in the field of musicology, music education, and professional performance.   My teaching style continually adapts to students' career paths and needs. For a student who is willing to become a leader in musicology and music theory, I prepare a pop quiz and a test on transposition and score reading for each group piano class. I explain and rephrase concepts until each student understands the concepts completely. For a potential professional concert pianist, I aim to inspire passion for the piano and challenge him or her to explore a variety of repertoires. I also want to strengthen their understanding of musical character and have them associate literary figures with music such as Liszt's piano transcription of Mozart's Don Giovanni and Zelina, who both sing "La ci darem la mano".   For teaching at the university level, I usually arrive to the classroom early because most of students are eager to practice before class. In the beginning of the class, I tend to invite students to share their teaching and learning experiences. For example, a music education student might share how she had to assess her student's repertoire level to scaffold her curriculum. Through listening to their errors, I hope to improve my teaching skills so my students can achieve the most favorable outcome. Toward the end of the class, I sum up the most important theme. Then, I usually stay longer because I am delighted to answer student's questions.  

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