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Featured Piano Teachers Near San Antonio, TX

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in San Antonio . 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!

Jack M offers Piano lessons in   San Antonio, TX

Jack M

Instruments: Piano Voice Synthesizer Keyboard

I began teaching private lessons in 2006 while working for Walt Disney World Entertainment in Orlando, Florida. I have maintained a studio of at least two students everywhere I have moved, and most recently taught music for a Montessori program and comnnnity college in the Virgin Islands. I build healthy, classically trained voices that are capable of stylizing to fit any genre; and being a composer myself, I teach piano from a musically interpretive viewpoint. Read More

Lauren C offers Piano lessons in   San Antonio, TX

Lauren C

Instruments: Piano Voice Music Keyboard

I find commonalities in their likes and relate to what we are learning. I always want my lessons to be positive and productive. In order to insure success, I like to give my students music that they are excited about! I find this is the best way for the student to WANT to practice and get better. I love what I do and it gives me so much joy and fulfillment to see a student succeed and love music as much as I do! Read More

Neil D offers Piano lessons in   San Antonio, TX

Neil D

Instruments: Piano Violin Trumpet Trombone Saxophone Flute Clarinet Drums Synthesizer Recorder Electric Violin Fiddle Orchestral Percussion Music Keyboard

Everyone has the capacity to be a musician...therefore, I teach students of all ages and include all cultures (all styles and musical genres). No one is a 'beginner' when it comes to recognizing great music, so I strive to create musicians who can reach their own goals...thus, building independence is the key: My job is done when my students can do what I do without needing me! For more experienced students, I assess your present skills upon our first lesson via a variety of repertoire so as to 'diagnose' what areas you need improvement on musically speaking. Read More

Sean S offers Piano lessons in   San Antonio, TX

Sean S

Instruments: Piano Guitar

The more exposure I've had to teaching, the more I have grown to love the challenge and opportunity that comes with sharing my passion for music with others. In the past few years, I've had students as young as 7 and as old as 55. In each case, I've been careful to craft a curriculum that meets the interest and ability of each student. Read More

Art L offers Piano lessons in   San Antonio, TX

Art L

Instruments: Piano Voice Organ

I am a passionate pianist and organist--as well as vocalist--that loves working with students of all ages that are serious about learning their musical craft.  In 2004, I graduated from the University of Texas in San Antonio with a Bachelor's in Music Education.  My primary instrument is piano, however, I am well versed in my secondary instruments of organ and voice.  I frequently serve as an accompanist around the San Antonio area and play a myriad of musical styles from Bach to ZZ Top. Read More

Austin G offers Piano lessons in   San Antonio, TX

Austin G

Instruments: Piano Violin Cello Viola Music Keyboard

I like to pull ideas from different schools of thought. I would much rather paint a canvas with many colors than just a few. Some schools you may be familiar with are Suzuki, Czerny, Galamian, Flesch, Hanon, Mayron Cole, and many others. I tailor my lessons to fit the current needs of every student. This may be the use of one main school or a mixture of all depending on the technical and artistic needs of the student. Read More

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Onah K

Instruments: Piano Violin Music Keyboard

What musical accomplishments are you most proud of?
I'm proud of myself anytime, anywhere, as a pianist, however especially whenever I stand on the stage with whatever music I have with me and be able to show my own expression of music and share with whoever the audience is most I'm proud of myself.

Does music run in your family? Tell us a little about your musical family members.
My mom isnt professional, and pianist but she is soprano and she's flutist. My one of cousin from my mom's side, learned one of Korean traditional instrument called, Gayageum as hobby. I would love to learn this instrument as well one day.

What is your favorite style/genre of music to play and why?
My most favorite style & genre of music to play is from classical period. Obviously, its one of the most popular generation of music. There are a lot of well known composers from classical period music you can learn more about, such as, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, etc. And its one of the fun musical period! :)

If you weren't a musician what do you think you'd be doing instead?
If I weren't a pianist, I would be either translator, astronomer, or paleontologist. First of all, I love to learn another languages. I've learned German few years during my high school years, and little bit of Spanish at my previous work about a year to communicate with Spanish people better. It was also fun to learn Spanish because it's almost similar as English. It was not that hard to learn. My next interest language is Japanese. How can you live without learn any language in any place? In my opinion, learn language is most important wherever you live. Second, I would like to be astronomer, because I love stars. I also wondered how galaxy works around, or I want to find more about universe deeply in details. Last, I want to be a paleontologist, because I'm so curious about fossils especially related dinosaur fossils.

What does a normal practice session look like for you?
In my opinion, for me, as you grow up and as professional pianist, 5 hrs is maximum per day. If not, 3 hrs at least per day is ok but it really depends on the piece.

What do you think is the hardest thing to master on your instrument?
Most biggest challenges for me was independence of the hands, fingers, and musical lines especially for difficult pieces. It might be basic things, but actually the most difficult if you try to remember by your heart.

How do I know if my child is ready to start lessons?
I will not be too strict, but in my opinion, my children is ready for their lesson if they completed their homework and improved playing by practice but I will also help them during lesson.

Why did you choose your primary instrument?
I choose to be pianist because I love sharing my own expression feeling of love of music through piano, share beautiful music with people around the world, and make happy memories with piano.

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
Set aside at least 30 minutes as goal each day to practice, however, don't feel stressed out yourself. Set up your ability tempo before play. Practice section by section slowly with metronome. Do not practice fast first from beginning. Listen to the song or study the score when you are not practicing.

When did you decide to become a professional musician? Was it a gradual decision or was there a defining moment for you?
I wanted to be pianist from when I was little but I fully decided to be as 'professional' pianist when I graduate high school when there's a choice for me either I want to major in music as a pianist or others.

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