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Robert A offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

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...I have been teaching privately since 2006. I specialize in jazz drum set, but I can teach all sorts of styles of music as well. In addition to drum set, I teach rudimental, marching and classical snare drum, classical percussion (mallets, timpani), afro-cuban percussion (congas, bongos, timbales), sight reading, music theory, and beginning piano. ... Read More

James S offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

James S

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...Learning these styles if fun! I have also taught piano at the elementary and intermediate levels as well at the Piano Place Music and Arts Center in Westminster. ... Read More

Chris C offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Chris C

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...When I moved to California in 1997, I had seven students to teach on the weekends. I did this for 3 years. I always had a natural ability to teach anythign that I know. ... Read More

Steve O offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Steve O

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...I will customize student’s lessons to fit their goals and learning styles. I work at the student’s pace while encouraging them to practice and explore the instrument on their own time.... Read More

Danielle C offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Danielle C

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...Lessons are custom depending on student goals and desired musical styles. Lessons begin at the piano with vocal warm-ups and vocalises for proper singing technique, followed by vocal exercises focusing on areas in need of strengthening.... Read More

Rebecca M offers piano lessons in Pomona, CA

Rebecca M

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...In my 9 years of teaching, I have worked with students ranging from four-years-old to thirty-years-old on everything from singing Disney ballads to studying advanced music theory. I love connecting with new students--whether they're five or eighty-five--and working with them to achieve their unique goals on their personal musical journey.... Read More

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