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Veronica C offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Veronica C

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...I've also worked with middle school and high school students during the school year to advance their individual and group ensemble proficiency. What I am most intrigued about is watching a student's growth, as a musician and as a person, from the beginning of our time together to the end. ... Read More

Jacob M offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Jacob M

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...He was Music Program Director at Mission Hills Middle School, in Union City, for 3 years. He was also the guitar and percussion teacher at St. Paul’s Episcopal School in Oakland. ... Read More

Gretchen S offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Gretchen S

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...They will be playing familiar songs with two hands together in just a few lessons. My background includes diverse styles and genres, collaborations from church music positions and choral accompanying to teaching piano lessons and working with singers and instrumentalists. ... Read More

Thomas G offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Thomas G

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...It took a great deal of time and patience learning the classical pieces my teacher would choose for me but over the years I have grown exceptionally grateful for the classical, romantic and impressionistic eras of music and art that my teacher exposed me to.... Read More

Zhaoxu C offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Zhaoxu C

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...When I sum up my teaching experience, originality is something I care most in the way of teaching. It is a journey to obtain originality from imitation.... Read More

Stefan F offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Stefan F

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...For children just beginning their instrument, I teach finger placement and note location on the piano by using a color coding system to use in learning a song from John Thompson's Easy Piano Course.... Read More

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