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Megan G offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

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...I graduated from Temple University in 2011 with my Bachelor's degree in Music Education.  I was a saxophone major, but I have also studied piano since the age of three. ... Read More

Tori R offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Tori R

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...I began teaching private lesson while in high school. It was during that time that I developed a love and passion for teaching music. Over the years, I have learned that each student is unique in how they learn and what they need. ... Read More

Karen M offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Karen M

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...Warmups Spot Practice Review New Pieces Just for Fun ... Read More

Rittika G offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Rittika G

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...I took beginning level violin and piano lessons. I extremely thankful to my parents especially my mother for all her encouragement and her passion for music really pushed me to into pursuing a career in music.... Read More

Joshua C offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Joshua C

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...I have also taught at Childsplay in Tempe, AZ as a Music Director. As a piano performer, my experience has truly crossed all genres, ranging from performing in high-level jazz ensembles such as the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra to performing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 as piano soloist with symphony orchestra.... Read More

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