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Andrew B offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Andrew B

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...Too much music theory can be overwhelming and boring to a new student so I focus on the fun side of music first. For the more experienced or older student, I typically craft the lessons based on their goals, while providing concrete ways in which they can achieve them with hard work and practice. ... Read More

Michael S offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Michael S

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...This includes the integration of current recording and electronic instrument technology throughout the curriculum. I am passionate about empowering and inspiring students while helping them to develop their full potential. ... Read More

Galena P offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Galena P

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...I love my profession very much , and try teaching my students to love , feeling and undertand the music like I love. In 1969 I graduated from College of music witha Bachelor of Choir director, and Piano teacher ,in 1976 I graduated from Kiev ( Ukraine ) National Conservanory with Master Degree in Voice performance and Voice teacher.During the 22 years I was Soloist Novosibirsk ( Russia)Opera and Balet House performing most beautiful scores in Opera Classical and Modern (Margarita,Fayst,Gounod, Mimi ,Boheme, -Buttefly- Puccini, Tatiana ,Eugeny Onegin, Tchaikovsky,-Marfa the Tsar's Bride,Rimsky-Korsakov, Madame Bouvary French Composer Boundeville and much more I have had experience and big opportunity to sing in different stages of the world and with greatest directore. ... Read More

Charles C offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Charles C

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...I am a natural talent individual and a long time singer, musician, pop music fan, 1982 when I was in high school age, my parent brought a piano brand name is Baldwin.... Read More

Ana C offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Ana C

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...Each student will require an individual approach, goals and timing. Here will come in play my teaching skills that will guide them step by step through achieving goal by goal.... Read More

Ryan K offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Ryan K

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...I continued to study on my own, performing all the over the world writing my own songs and singing in community events, coffeeshops, etc. I have released an album, "Ask for Love" that comprises of songs I wrote displaying me playing guitar and singing... Read More

Michael M offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Michael M

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...Students regardless of their preferred style of music will be encouraged to learn some elementary classical music in order to facilitate and reinforce good technique, reading and interpretation.... Read More

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