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Featured Piano Teachers Near San Bernardino , CA

Jamie C offers piano lessons in San Bernardino , CA

Jamie C


...My goal is for the students to learn to love and appreciate music and for them to use it not as a short term goal, but as something they can live with and enjoy for the rest of their lives. ... Read More

Jean D offers piano lessons in San Bernardino , CA

Jean D


...With practice, you will see your abilities grow stronger and stronger, and you will be able to play and sing along to music with ease. We will be working from lesson books specifically designed for you, and each weekly lesson will be documented in a notebook as a daily practice reference guide. ... Read More

Ivan U offers piano lessons in San Bernardino , CA

Ivan U


...It was during high school that I started to teach piano, and my love for teaching music has only grown since then. I love teaching students of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. ... Read More

Zacharie A offers piano lessons in San Bernardino , CA

Zacharie A


...I have taught some students while attending Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. I've also taught a master class to university students in Colombia, South America while on tour with the Morgan State Jazz Combo.... Read More

Steve B offers piano lessons in San Bernardino , CA

Steve B


...Its not always going to be easy and they will fall and stumble and when that does happen (and it will) I will be there to show them how to pick themselves up.... Read More

Gary K offers piano lessons in San Bernardino , CA

Gary K


...With any new student, I first get to know what the student likes and what they would like to accomplish with their music lessons. I am caring and supportive teacher.... Read More

Carlos M offers piano lessons in San Bernardino , CA

Carlos M


...But if it would be just a hobby like mine, I would encourage the student to learn by ear supplemented with a little theory to be able to learn a musical piece or song in the shortest time possible.... Read More

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