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Osmond B offers piano lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Osmond B


...I am very familiar with all the major methods including Suzuki,Kodaly,Orff and Dalcroze.  All aspects of musicianship are taught in my class ( sightreading,transposing,theory,technique,memorization,playing by ear etc.) ... Read More

Alison B offers piano lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Alison B


...I became a mother shortly after college to two beautiful children and have been able to impart the gift of music to them. I've played and sang vocals with professional bands and shared stages with some amazing musicians, even traveling the nation for a few years with a praise and worship team. ... Read More

Caitlin P offers piano lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Caitlin P


...From having log books to keep up with practice time, to flash cards to help with music theory I incorporate many methods so that students learn all they need to but do not get bored in the process. ... Read More

John P offers piano lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

John P


...I have worked with,recorded,performed,toured and written with artists and producers such as ;rodger fischer from heart,mike derosier,also from heart,rick derringer,survivor,la guns,blackfoot,candlebox,neil james ,producer of bon jovi,willie nelson and kid rock,members of marshall tucker band,and many more.Ihave taught in schools,privately ages 4 to 92.I have also worked with kids with dissabilities.many years experience.many styles and with proper technique.I have worked in many differenty aspects of the music biz.thanks for reading hope to hear from you soon.... Read More

Steven R offers piano lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Steven R


...I have been teaching piano and coaching vocalists for many years. My formal teaching experience includes 7 years at Washington University where I produced 2 concert series: "The Masters Wrote Jazz"and annual "Ragtime Concerts".... Read More

Kate L offers piano lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Kate L


...The repertoire is typically "suggested" by me (to reinforce learning objectives) but is not "officially picked" without the approval and enthusiasm of the student. I also heavily emphasis repertoire analysis because I believe that a student's musicianship operates at a higher level when they have well-rounded knowledge of the piece they're playing.... Read More

David R offers piano lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

David R


...I started performing in public at the age of 6. By the time I was in high school, I was gigging most weekends. I also started recording when I was in high school.... Read More

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