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Michael M offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Michael M

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...This includes music theory, technique, and the major and minor scales. I teach songwriting if you are looking to create songs, and I teach music theory as well as music composition. ... Read More

Rian D offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Rian D

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...Besides teaching piano I serve as secretary of the Seattle Music Teachers Association, work as a church musician in Seattle and Renton, and am a staff accompanist for the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle. ... Read More

Carl C offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Carl C

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...I'm cranky, strict, and impatient. Just Kidding! Contrary to many stereotypical views of old-style piano teachers, I try to stay upbeat, fresh, and FUN! I feel successful if my students are progressing, if they have fun, and I can motivate them. ... Read More

Erling I offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Erling I

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...Often they already have music that will work, to which I will add developemental studies of various sorts. For example, I like Bartok's Mikrocosmos which he wrote to teach is nine year old son to play piano.... Read More

Jacob S offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Jacob S

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...I am a very flexible and reactive teacher. I try my best to tailor to each student's needs at a very specific level. If that requires not doing any sort of predetermined method, so be it.... Read More

Melissa F offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Melissa F

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...I am a regular music director for Village Theatre's KIDStage program and teach groups of kids ages 5-18. Melissa has been a professional piano accompanist since she was 15 years old.... Read More

Jessica T offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Jessica T

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...My methods of teaching are based on where the students are at in there study of music. For beginners I like to teach them how to read music as they learn each note on their instruments.... Read More

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