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Diane W offers piano lessons in San Diego , CA

Diane W

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...I enjoy coaching flute groups, including junior high and high school flutists at Band at the Beach. I havealso enjoyed very much working with junior high students as apiano accompanist for choruses in the San Diego City Schools. ... Read More

Rachel B offers piano lessons in San Diego , CA

Rachel B

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...My goal is to help individuals who are not interested in playing piano and teach them to enjoy playing music As for those who like playing piano, my goal is to teach and go in-depth about the background behind a piano piece; most important of all, to teach students to learn music in a fun and relaxed way. ... Read More

Rebecca L offers piano lessons in San Diego , CA

Rebecca L

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...For beginning piano students, I like to use the Piano Adventure book series. They do a very good job at laying out the basics of piano technique in a fun and colorful way for young children. ... Read More

Khoi N offers piano lessons in San Diego , CA

Khoi N

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...I also instruct all essential skills which focus on scales, chords, fingering techniques, music theory, rhythm, fingers' strength and an increasing knowledge of music terminology while mainly improving music reading skills.Formany years of my teaching experience to children of all ages and all levels, listening to and being familar with particular piece of music are the huge part of piano learning process.... Read More

Hiroko Y offers piano lessons in San Diego , CA

Hiroko Y

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...Some students asked me to teach Japanese, and I have taught Japanese as well. Teaching is my calling and I am good at it. I am just helping people to understand things they do not know or understand.... Read More

Ruben M offers piano lessons in San Diego , CA

Ruben M

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...The methods I use change depending on the student, but generally, I use the following: - Piano: start with Alfreds (suited for age/proficiency), then choose a specialty (improvising, classical, pop, etc) - Guitar: start with Hal Leonard (for note reading), then choose a specialty (jazz, pop, classical, flamenco, etc) - Voice: because of the nature of the human voice, I dont use a book, but rather teach principles and methods to use during practice and performance Regardless of the instrument, I hope to help you improve as much as I can.... Read More

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