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Featured Piano Teachers Near Saint Petersburg, FL

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Saint Petersburg . 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!

Charlie G offers Piano lessons in   Saint Petersburg, FL

Charlie G

Instruments: Piano Voice Music Keyboard

To summarize the above statement, part of my attitude and approach to teaching is that---while I certainly don't have anything against other beloved method books, such materials and such don't make you a better teacher. Over time, with a bit of studying, trial and error, the most experienced teacher will eventually come to appreciate and employ his/her own method without relying so heavily on any given editor or publisher to teach the students FOR you. Read More

Kathryn C offers Piano lessons in   Saint Petersburg, FL

Kathryn C

Instruments: Piano Voice Ukulele Recorder Keyboard

One of the biggest discoveries I made while studying was that I didnt want to teach those who did not want to learn. I decided to steer myself away from public school music education, and teach in a more relaxed setting, where I would be able to teach what the student wanted to learn, instead of pouring heart and effort into a subject that didnt interest them, and would therefore fall on deaf ears. Read More

Adam B offers Piano lessons in   Saint Petersburg, FL

Adam B

Instruments: Piano Guitar Ukulele

Lately I've been teaching my little brother piano playing on the side when I go over to my parent's house, he is really enthusiastic about playing for me and asks many questions while aptly listening to me. I also help out a couple of my friends that either used to play the piano or are just interested in the instrument and need a primer to get them going. I really enjoy when I can make others passionate about something I love by my example and that is why teaching is so wonderful. Read More

Dorothea H offers Piano lessons in   Saint Petersburg, FL

Dorothea H

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Harmonica Ukulele Mandolin Acoustic Guitar

I have taught in a variety of settings including children through teens and adults, and children with disabilities, both online and in person, one-on-one and in groups. I started in 2014. I have found that the best method includes positive motivation, which includes both encouragement for what the student is doing successfully, and also pushing the student in areas where they may feel hesitant. If the student enjoys the lesson and feels positive, they'll be less hesitant and excel! Read More

Mersad K offers Piano lessons in   Saint Petersburg, FL

Mersad K

Instruments: Piano Synthesizer Accordion Keyboard

Nothing is more rewarding than seeing one of my students develop a passion for music! Therefore, it's important that each student progresses at his or her own pace. I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lesson. Acknowledging accomplishments helps fuel a students desire to progress, and makes students eager to learn more. By trying to find out what inspires the student, I can successfully tailor my instruction to their wants and needs. Read More

Jack Y offers Piano lessons in   Saint Petersburg, FL

Jack Y

Instruments: Piano Voice

I believe that it is the teacher duty not only to impart the wisdom expected of them, but to also guide the students in their academic endeavors. While I understand that each and every student is unique in their learning and progress, I will always strive to push my students forward and sometimes out of their comfort zones as to be better performers, better musicians, and better people. That being said, although I'm strict with the work assigned of my students, I'll always be lenient in terms of understanding that there is never one single way of learning something. Read More

Katie N offers Piano lessons in   Saint Petersburg, FL

Katie N

Instruments: Piano Voice

For pianostudy I use traditional book methods.The booksI teach from are Bastien Levels Primer to Adult Beginner. My vocal methodsare taughtusing interactivemulti-media and traditional methods combined building a repetoire of songs while focusing on technique. Read More

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