Gift Certificates Available. SHOP NOW!

Musika Music Lessons
We'll match you with the perfect teacher!

Lesson Special - Up to 20% OFF! Get Started Now with a Risk-Free Trial!

 
 
 

Featured Piano Teachers Near Phoenix, AZ

Alex L offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Alex L

Instruments:

...From Bach to rock, from Stravinsky to hip-hop, I love all music and I can teach you anything you want to know. I am patient, energetic, hard-working, and kind. ... Read More

Shirley H offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Shirley H

Instruments:

...Shirley has an extensive performance record with various churches in the valley as well as back east. She accompanied the Marshallette Trio on Doyle Blackwood's weekly TV show on channel 3 for several years and also accompanied singers on TBN. ... Read More

Orlando M offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Orlando M

Instruments:

...I also provide materials that will enable individuals, and homogeneous/heterogeneous string groups to build the secure technique so vital to string players who want to express themselves musically. ... Read More

Michael S offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Michael S

Instruments:

...I have been teaching sporadicaly since the age of 22, from both my home as well as studio locations. I worked at La Musique seven years ago, initially hired as a sub, and then hired on a more steady basis, as many students and parents were requesting me.... Read More

Megan G offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Megan G

Instruments:

...I like to have a balance in my lessons between fun and challenge.  I do this by setting realistic goals each week for my students, dependent on their level of perfomance and the pace that they are progressing.... Read More

Natalya S offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Natalya S

Instruments:

...Yes,my teachers were performers themselves and I was enjoying to attend their concerts.... Read More

Karen M offers piano lessons in Phoenix, AZ

Karen M

Instruments:

...- Graduated with honors BA in Business Management from Cal State University, San Bernardino, CA, plus almost a minor in Music - Graduated with honors AA/AS of Liberal Arts, Business Management and Computer Programming Design from Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga, CA with honors - Licensed in Fire and Casualty Insurance with Allstate Insurance, with over 14 years practical experience - Professional Pianist - Participation in choirs choruses since 1971 - Teacher in the UC Irvine studies on Music Brain Development have had and have enjoyed having many students of varying disabilities. - Kindermusik full courses levels I and II, as well as the Business Supplement and all extension courses - Fully licensed by Kindermusik to teacher all units and levels from 09/1999 until 02/2014 - Earned the annual Master Kindermusik Teacher Award repeatedly - Nationally Certified Teacher of Music, Piano (NCTM) by the National Music Teachers Association (MTNA) - Certified levels I II (out of 3) in the American Orff-Scheulwerk Association (AOSA) - Innumerable Master Classes and Lectures in Piano Performance and Pedagogy, Business Management, Early Childhood Education, Working with Students with Disabilities and Music Brain Development - Continuous Self Study on the above topics, in the last 10 years with an emphasis on working with understanding Developmental Disabilities. - Repeated Attendance over many years at Local, State and National level Music Conferences - Active Membership in the National, State Local Music Teacher Associations for more than 25 years - District IV Coordinator with the California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT) - Vice President, then President of the Empire Music Teachers Association (EMTA) in District IV of CAPMT - Past certification by the American Red Cross in CPR and First Aid, adult pediatric 4 separate times - Over 40 years of volunteer work with young children at Nursery Schools Sunday Schools class sizes to 34 children - Volunteer Musical Story Times Musical demonstrations for local groups, bookstores and schools since 1996 - Volunteer local libraries 8 years - Running all aspects of my own music studio since 1983, very successfully - Typically, 3/4ths of my new business is by referral... Read More

View More
Musika Quick Stats

18 Years

Since We Started

41,456+

Happy Customers

10,769

Cities with Students

3,123

Teachers in Network

How to Get Started

Trusted as the industry leader, for over 18 years the teachers in our network have been providing trumpet lessons in Phoenix to students of all ages and abilities.
Contact Us

Tell Us Your Needs

We'll then reach out to the teachers for you.

......
Tell Us Your Needs

Get Matched

Schedule the risk-free trial lesson directly with the teacher.

......
Get Matched

Take Your Trial

Continue with that teacher or try someone else.

More Information About Piano Lessons

 

Recent Articles from the Musika Blog

Writing Guitar Riffs

...build them, so head over there if you’d like a more in-depth discussion about the world of musical modes. Each mode comes equipped with its own unique sound structure, and we can select certain modes to write in to convey different moods in music. For example, if you’d like to write a killer blues riff, you might want to consider memorizing the Mixolydian mode shape. This mode identically mirrors the major scale other than the seventh scale degree which goes down a half step. In the key of G, the notes in a Mixolydian mode are: G-A-B-C-D-E-F-G. Some modes, like the Locrian mode, are... Read More

Violin Accessories: Essentials for All Violinists

...accessories are a lifesaver, especially if you’ll be walking a lot with your violin. Consider the thick, foam-padded twin straps that attach to the case and let you haul it on your back, like a back pack. The cushioning is easier on the body!   Case Extras   Many cases can come with a variety of extra things, like a humidifier, a thermometer, and lots of compartments within the case. Are these all necessary? Sometimes, they are. For example, every case should have at least one interior compartment, so that you have some storage inside the case for your rosin. Rosin shatters very ... Read More

Teaching Violin: Tips for New Teachers

...day. If a student misses a lesson, write in whether a makeup lesson will be provided so that you don’t have a surprise gap in your financial account later on.   Stay In Contact Also for your records, keep track of student (or parents’) names, phone numbers, street and e-mail addresses, and emergency alternative contact numbers. Keep these either in a separate file, or in a separate section of your binder (if you’re using a paper and pen system). And keep this information secure. It’s important to record your students’ contact information so that, in the event that you are ill or there is ... Read More

The Kodály Approach – More than Hand Signs

...a rhythm pattern. The second system of rhythm counting is a beat-based system. Examples of this system include the “Ta-ka-de-mi” system, where the beat is always “ta” regardless of what its note value is, and the Gordon system, where the beat is always “du.” The most readily used example of a beat-based counting method is traditional counting (i.e. “one and two and…”). Although many musicians transfer to the traditional method of counting, they often begin their music education in elementary school with one of the other systems above, which highlights either note value or beat function. Perhaps the most stereotypically ... Read More

Tips for Choosing Your First Guitar

...guitar your first decision should be either: Acoustic: These come in two basic types (steel string and nylon string). Electric: These come in every shape, color, and configuration imaginable.   Let’s take a closer look at the similarities and differences between acoustics and electrics.   Acoustic Guitars Steel-string acoustics are great for strumming chords and singing songs. There are many versions of steel-string acoustics available that are beyond the scope of this article. So, to keep things simple, follow the tips below. You’ll quickly become an expert as your playing progresses. One of the drawbacks to the steel-string acoustic is that it ... Read More
Writing Guitar Riffs
Violin Accessories: Essentials for All Violinists
Teaching Violin: Tips for New Teachers
The Kodály Approach – More than Hand Signs
Tips for Choosing Your First Guitar

You are in Good Company

Trusted since 2001 by world famous musicians & producers to teach their kids. Some clients included members of Metallica, the Fugees, Lauren Hill band, Poison, Def Jam Records, and Arista Records.

the Fugees

Ready for a Trial Lesson? Have Questions? Call 480-264-0673

Select all the days/times the student would be available to start lessons. Selecting "3pm - 7pm" means the student can start as early as 3pm or start as late as 7pm. It is important that you select as many days and the widest window of start times for each day as possible. That will help us make a match with one of our teachers.

Ok

Are you sure that's your only availability? The more availability you easier it will be to arrange a teacher for you.

Up to 20% OFF!