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Luis B offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Luis B

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...I have won competitions, performed in chamber music ensembles and worked extensively as a an Accompanist. Lastly, I have a classical background, but can be inspired by all Music (especially Jazz) and equally encourage students to find educational value in a variety of music. ... Read More

Shine H offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Shine H

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...Every student needs to feel successful. I keep students motivated and encourage them by setting goals at each lesson and make them understand that practicing is necessary every day. ... Read More

James D offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

James D

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...My teaching experience started about 10 years ago when I was in Guitar Center looking at keyboards and someone asked me for lessons... I still have that student and many more now and have a very high retention rate and am an upbeat, positive teacher that students enjoy coming back to. ... Read More

Veronica C offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Veronica C

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...I am an enthusiast and nuturing instructor who cares for the specific needs of students to yield them on the path of success. I've graduated from Jackson State Univeristy with a Bachelors in Music Education degree, and I am currently attending the Academy of Art Unversirty in pursuit of a Masters in Fine Art.... Read More

Aziza M offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Aziza M

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...I began my undergraduate degree at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan in 2004 andgraduated in 2008.Imoved to the United States in 2010to pursue my Professional Performance Certificate atLynn University, Florida with Professor Carol Cole.... Read More

Annemarie W offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Annemarie W

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...If they are eager to learn music, express an interest by tinkering at the piano or singing a lot in the car, playing at home or taking walks etc.... Read More

Daniel W offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Daniel W

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...I think of two things as being central to my teaching style: Fun, and Growth. I think too many music lessons dry out the material, and suck the fun out of something that should be inherently joyful!... Read More

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...would be I ii iii IV V vi vii. The second and third chords of “All of Me” are III and VI respectively (they’re actually V/V/ii and V/ii, but that just complicates things further). So, to make it easier to learn the melody and harmony in 12 keys, we can learn them together. When we relate the harmony and the melody to each other in these jazz exercises, transposing them is easier. Like with the digital patterns, we can associate the numbers of the scale degrees with the harmony rather than with solely one scale. Under the first chord, we ... Read More
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