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Featured Piano Teachers Near Richardson, TX

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Richardson . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Dana S offers Piano lessons in   Richardson, TX

Dana S

Instruments: Piano Voice

The google map is not quite updated. There is actually a beautiful apartment and retail/rest. village here called Villa di Lucca Apartments where I live and have my studio on the bottom floor with easy access. Read More

Melissa W offers Piano lessons in   Richardson, TX

Melissa W

Instruments: Piano

I have been teaching music off and on since I was in college. I have also been a music director/choir director/organist/pianist at a number of different churches, starting when I was nine years old. I also enjoy working with community theater groups, having served as pianist for many shows including Oklahoma!, Guys and Dolls, Annie, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, South Pacific, Charlie Brown, The Velveteen Rabbit, and A Day In Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine. Read More

Francisco C offers Piano lessons in   Richardson, TX

Francisco C

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice

I think music making is the most appealing part of learning to play a new instrument. This is why I try to make every new concept Iteach as appealing and as fun as possible. For example, if in day one I am teaching two notes, I like to have as much fun with those two notes by making a song or a game out of them. In this way my students are able to engage in music and have fun while they are learning. Read More

DAVID W offers Piano lessons in   Richardson, TX


Instruments: Piano Voice Organ

As stated, I have taught students of all ages, from pre-K to adults. I first began teaching while I was in college and have taught ever since. While most of my career has been spent teaching privately in fine arts academies and in students' homes, for the past 7 years I have taught high school choir in Keller ISD. I love to see my students succeed and have those "aha!" moments when their individual practice begins to pay off. Read More

Andrew S offers Piano lessons in   Richardson, TX

Andrew S

Instruments: Piano Organ

I am a recent graduate from the University of North Texas where I obtained a masters degree in organ performance. I am currently a church organist and have been playing the organ since the age of 16 and piano since the age of 12. I have had many performance opportunities both as a pianist and as an organist performing as a soloist and as a collaborator. I have a BM in music education and have had experience teaching students of all ages in voice, piano, and organ. Read More

Abigail M offers Piano lessons in   Richardson, TX

Abigail M

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola

Over my years of teaching, I have developed my own method for beginning students that caters to the individual student's needs and learning styles. Once the student has grasped the basic fundamentals, I start to introduce solo repertoire appropriate to their level, as well as focusing on learning proper technique. I believe that a very important part of my role as teacher is to guide the student on the route that they want to go. Read More

Crystal K offers Piano lessons in   Richardson, TX

Crystal K

Instruments: Piano Flute

I am a recent graduate from the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Flute Performance. I had a few elementary-age students at a small nearby music school during my four years there and I really enjoyed it! I want to be able to help students work on basic foundations and techniques as well as defining an individual's method on how to approach a piece. Read More

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Julie D

Instruments: Piano

How do I know if my child is ready to start lessons?
There is no perfect age to start the piano, however, I like to start a student at 6 years old. Around the time children start school, they are ready to pay attention for short bursts of time, they know their LH & RH, their brain is ripe for grasping and learning new concepts. That being said, I have started students in middle school and adulthood - it is never too late to learn an instrument and I love teaching beginning piano students - adults are usually motivated students! If an individual is expressing a curiosity, desire or aptitude towards learning the piano - then jump in and give it a try!

Did you have a teacher that inspired you to go into music? How did they inspire you?
Most certainly! My first piano teacher would clap her hands, dance, give me a hug, laugh and show delight as I would progress and play a song. Perhaps the song didn't sound very musical at the beginning, perhaps there were pauses and breaks in the music, perhaps there were wrong notes, but her exuberance and encouragement were vital to my confidence and desire to keep going in the early stages where the music doesn't sound too musical! An important component to achieving success at playing the piano is the commitment to stick with it until notes are learned and a student can play a few songs fluently and confidently, then they are able to "hear" their progress and have hope they will achieve their dream of being able to play the piano.

Why did you choose your primary instrument?
Piano is a foundational instrument and coming from a family of musicians, all 10 of us siblings started on the piano. The piano let some to different instruments, but once you learn the piano, your ability to pick up and learn other instruments is exponentially easier. The notes, chords, time signatures and music theory translate to other instruments. At at a minimum if an individual can take a few years of piano and then move to another instrument, they will have a much easier time learning an additional instrument. If you start your child with piano right away, by the time they are in middle school and want to participate in band for example, they will be well equipped and have an advantage.

Have any of your students won awards or been selected for special honors? How have they succeeded?
Any one of my students succeeded and deserved special honors every year that they stuck with the piano. However, it was my greatest pleasure when a student wanted to compete at, for example the MNTA piano competition. To learn a difficult piece, to master it, perform it in a competitive venue is a big hurdle and accomplishment for a student. I encourage and try to insensitize a student to try a competition at least once - certainly not required as not everyone is comfortable with this, however, like recitals, a competition can be a great teaching tool.

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