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Featured Piano Teachers Near San Bernardino, CA

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

Nori D offers Piano lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Nori D

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola Electric Violin

Teaching is my passion. I started playing the violin at the age of 6 years old. Music gave me confidence in school and in my life. When I was in elementary school I found out that reading comprehension was difficult for me and so I had to get tutoring. I was very strong in music and that boosted my confidence in school. I have a lot of patience because of this but I also have high standards because I know what my students are capable of doing. Read More

Dean K offers Piano lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Dean K

Instruments: Piano Guitar Trumpet

I am a caring and compassionate instructor that prefers students on a basic to intermediate level where I can actually give them the true appreciation and understanding for success with music. I have been playing trumpet since 5th grade, guitar since I was 14, and I started piano with my own player piano as I was growing up. With me you will come to think of learning music as a new language, fun, yet challenging, rewarding yet not as difficult as one would imagine. Read More

Melissa M offers Piano lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Melissa M

Instruments: Piano

I'm a kind and dedicated instructor who enjoys working with all types of students and sharing the gift of music. In 2004, I graduated from Biola University with a minor in music. I studied under Manami Kawamura, an accomplished and amazing pianist. I have since continued my studies in music and have played at church and other venues. My students are what inspire me and fuel my musical endeavors. Read More

Juliet K offers Piano lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Juliet K

Instruments: Piano Voice Keyboard

Each student is different and as such, each student's approach to learning music is different. While still addressing your personal goals, I work to help you achieve those goals and interests, but also utilize my own experiences in teaching to foster deeper growth. I focus on exploration, keeping the study interesting, all while understanding that each student can be at any level, and learn at any speed. I believe that both talent and potential must be met with effort for growth to be achieved, and that all students need some form of discipline and encouragement and make sure to serve both at every lesson. Read More

Fernando P offers Piano lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Fernando P

Instruments: Piano Saxophone Flute Clarinet

I have 7 years teaching both in a private studio setting and in group/ensemble setting.  I teach piano, saxophone, flute, and clarinet, to all levels and ages.  I have experience teaching and playing in marching bands, orchestras, salsa bands, jazz bands, and wind ensembles, to contemporary Christian/worship bands.  I have played in several musicals.  I front my own contemporary Christian Band, and we just released our first album in April, 2013. Read More

Cody W offers Piano lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Cody W

Instruments: Piano Guitar Violin Cello Viola Drums Bass Guitar Synthesizer Ukulele Electric Violin Double Bass Keyboard Electric Guitar Djembe Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I am a musician with a passion for sharing my craft with others. I have an extensive background in instrumental music and music production. Violin is my primary instrument, but I am also proficient in many other string and percussion instruments. I have prior classroom teaching experience at the high school level, where I also directed and conducted musicals. I own a fully functioning multi-track home recording studio that I use to compose and produce music of varying genres. Read More

Jennifer W offers Piano lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Jennifer W

Instruments: Piano Voice Ukulele Music

I enjoy helping students to feel at ease, and to feel confident about their personal growth! I offer challenges to each student at their particular level, and encourage them to pursue performance opportunities, if desired. I enjoy working students with different musical styles and genre to give them a broad perspective on music. I have also employed a small reward system for those students who demonstrate bigger challenges :) Ultimately, I want my students to feel comfortable, challenged, and encouraged in my presence. Read More

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