Featured Piano Teachers Near Philadelphia, PA

Olga L

Olga L

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I began my music training during the age of 5 at the School for Musically Gifted Children.  I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Music, summa cum laude, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and received my Master's Degree (also summa cum laude) from the Moscow Conservatory.  In addition, I was very fortunate to study with renowned teachers at the Music Conservatory in St. Petersburg.  In 1995, I came to the United States and am blessed to be a citizen.

Pavel B

Pavel B

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I'm very motivated piano instructor who loves music. I love working with students and sharing my skills.I began learning piano in seven years old. And except his Piano Class, Paul was taken Choir, Solfeggio/Music Theory, and Composition Classes.I went to the 1st music college of Alexandrovskaya, obtaining a Diploma. I have nine years of music studying and 20 years of playing experience in accompanying, and solo piano. In 2008 I have moved to USA, I desired to start to give piano lessons to children of any age.   

Deborah B

Deborah B

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  I believe music is something that everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy and experience. Studying music and learning to sing or play an instrument can be very rewarding and I enjoy creating that opportunity for  people of ages and abilities. I try to create an environment that fosters learning and growth in a comfortable atmosphere.

Ryan H

Ryan H

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I have been teaching ever since the second year of my graduate studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music  3 years ago and have continued teaching privately since that time.  I do encourage my students to practice every day, suiting their needs and schedule.  Whether I am teaching piano or voice, I like to teach the technical aspects of the respective instrument and apply these techniques to the repertoire that I have assigned.

Nora F

Nora F

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I care about my students as people, because music must be integrated into their lives.  Students relax into their lessons.  There is plenty of praise and encouragement (as well as stickers and pencils!) Students proceed at their own pace, with an emphasis on core fundamentals. Lessons are fun, and rewarding, with the year end recital as the culmination of the year's work.

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