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Andrew N offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

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...I began teaching private lessons while I was in high school about six years ago and have continued teaching privately ever since. I really enjoy passing on information that I have learned throughout the years to other aspiring individuals. ... Read More

Joshua S offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Joshua S

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...If my students haven't learned a new song, or significantly improved an old one by the end of each lesson, then I am not doing my job. ... Read More

Alex D offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Alex D

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...My method in teaching depends on the instrument and the age. For beginners on band instruments and piano, I would start them with a method book of their choosing (though I would steer them in a good direction). ... Read More

Beverly T offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Beverly T

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...I enjoy singing onstage and have performed the role of Susanna in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro as well as numerous scene programs. I have participated in Dolora Zajick's Institute for Young Dramatic Voices, Chicago Summer Opera, and the Sherrill Milnes VoicExperience Program at the Savannah Voice Festival.... Read More

Jeffrey T offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Jeffrey T

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...I have been a voice coach and an accompanist. I have directed choirs of over 75children while I accompanied. I have played injazz big bands, pop, funk, country, blues, salsa etc.... Read More

Phil H offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Phil H

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...I approach teaching music with patience and enthusiasm. I realize that there is an ebb and flow in every person's life and progress cannot be measured in an even intervals.... Read More

Michael C offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Michael C

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...After that I still try to keep it relaxed but a bit more focused. The first lesson with any student is usually a sort of trial-and-error phase until the student starts to feel comfortable with methods/approach.... Read More

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