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James P offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

James P

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...I see music lessons as a partnership between the instructor and the student. I like to start this partnership by helping each student clarify their goals. Then we can proceed to plan our path to the stated goals. ... Read More

Tracy G offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Tracy G

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...Some of the methods Ms. Goodwin likes to incorporate are as follows: for piano:Piano Adventures by Nancy Randall FaberPiano Basics by BastienEasiest Piano Course Modern Piano Course by Thompson for flute:Flute 101 Mastering the Basics by Louke GeorgeA Tune A Day by Herfurth17 Daily Exercises by Taffanel Gaubert-then I pick different solo pieces, duets,and etude books depending on the student's level for clarinet:Method for the Clarinet by KloseRubank Method-then I pick different solo pieces, duets, and etude books depending on the student's level ... Read More

Julie L offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Julie L

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...I tailor my lessons to the needs of the individual student. I use a combination of lesson books, solos and exercises to bring out the best performances my students can achieve at the time. ... Read More

Jacob T offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Jacob T

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...With my voice students, I focus on synthesizing mind, body and spirit to unlock the true potential within every voice. I utilize mindful meditations to explore the anatomical realities within your own body - your own instrument - and then strive to bring this new awareness into your performance.... Read More

Jordan Adam Y offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Jordan Adam Y

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...I've been studying and teaching cello since the 20th century. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to fluently read music and as time goes on you'll be able to perform classical literature or compose your own music.... Read More

Kevin R offers piano lessons in San Francisco , CA

Kevin R

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...For adults I simply try to find what the studenet is interested in, and guide my instruction accordinglu to keep the lessons fun and engaging, no matter their ability level!... 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

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