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Featured Piano Teachers Near Rochester, NY

Olivia F offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Olivia F

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...In addition to teaching and performance, she has years of experience in church music leadership and film composition. She also has an extensive background in world music - specializing in the music of Ireland. ... Read More

Jessica B offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Jessica B

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...I love to see my students become successful! I do my best to tailor each lesson to their specific needs and goals. I will always encourage and bring them up to a new level; but I am very encouraging and want them to have fun. ... Read More

Benjamin M offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Benjamin M

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...I often use the Suzuki books for repertoire, though I'm not a Suzuki practitioner. I find they have a logical progression of pieces and are easy to get your hands on. ... Read More

Andrew N offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Andrew N

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...I have had a strong passion for music for as long as I can remember. It brings me great joy to share and teach my passion with other aspiring musicians.... Read More

Alex D offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Alex D

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...Teaching, for me, began when I was in high school; I taught summer drumset lessons at McQuaid Jesuit and taught Karate at Martial Arts America. This desire to teach was incorporated with my love of music...leading me to pursue a degree in Music Education.... Read More

Shelby D offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

Shelby D

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...When teaching, I take a very person-centered approach. I believe in meeting my student where they are in the moment, and that music lessons should be a way to foster creativity and creative expression.... Read More

William R offers piano lessons in Rochester, NY

William R

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...I'm a classically trained pianist who also specializes in musical theatre, jazz, pop, and rock. I have always tried to assign repertoire to my students keeping in mind their individual progress but also giving them opportunities to play or sing pieces that they enjoy.... Read More

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