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Thomas B offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Thomas B

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...Some lessons might spend an entire hour on a single page. Some lessons go well beyond the scheduled hour. I work with what each student brings to each lesson in terms of their commitment and determination in order to instill and evoke the highest level of musicianship. ... Read More

Julie L offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Julie L

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...I'm an experienced and caring instructor who loves to see students empowered in their own creativity and excellence. I received my Bachelor's in Music Education from Ithaca College in 1988. ... Read More

Ronald T offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Ronald T

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...My musical journey started at a very young age. I would get up and put on my 45's and set up my metal TV tray with pots and pans and away I would go playing the drums along with the records. ... Read More

Sara W offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Sara W

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...My most essential piece of advice? “Make your goals manageable”! If this means practicing 5 minutes a day and learning to play a blues by ear? Excellent! If it means practicing 2-4 hours a day, half of that with a metronome—and successfully auditioning for a musical group or top choice college?... Read More

Dave H offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Dave H

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...I began instructing young adults in harmony, theory and piano when I was nineteen in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. After high school, I began putting my poetry to music and this led to a move to California to try and make it as a songwriter.... Read More

Chris K offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Chris K

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...So I try to give a healthy balance of goals that are attainable only if the student practices and reviewing material from the past to see what has been retained while also showing how certain musical material is not like riding a bike... you will forget without some upkeep.... Read More

Daniel W offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Daniel W

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...I Love teaching music, and love helping others progress on their musical journeys! I've played music for as long as I can remember, and spent my childhood learning just about every instrument I could get my hands on.... Read More

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