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Anita K

Anita K

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Hi! My name is Anita, and I have operated a flute studio in the Phoenix Valley since 2010, and have now moved to Seattle to pursue my Ph.D. at the UW. I also teach beginning-intermediate piano. I was a full-time Band Director for the Glendale Elementary School District in Glendale, Arizona for five years, teaching grades K-8 band and general music. I specialize in teaching beginners, moving quickly to establish a quality of tone and practice procedures to master the instrument for whatever purpose (school enrichment, personal enjoyment, performance, auditions for college, whatever you want to do!)

Evelyn H

Evelyn H

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I have 3+ years of teaching experience and specialize in teaching very young children. I am capable of teaching as young as 4 years old.  I also specialize in teaching music theory.  

Rian D

Rian D

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As excited as I am about music, I am also a very laid-back person. There is very little pressure in my studio and I encourage everyone to be themselves, both in their actions and through their choice of music. I see myself as more of a coach than as the traditional teacher, since 90% learning music happens at my student's homes anyways! It is my job to guide my students along their musical journey, adjusting their path as necessary and providing the raw ingredients so that they can go home and do all the cooking.

Peter B

Peter B

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I began teaching private guitar in the fall of 2008 at Puyallup's Hi Ho Music Center.  There I built a substantial student base and many of my students continued to take lessons for several years.  One of my student even started teaching at the same store after he graduated from high school, which I took as an indication not only that he learned a great deal from our time together, but that he wanted to give others that same experience. I left the music store studio format to begin teaching at Dace's Rock N' More Music Academy where they offered lessons as well as an ensemble workshop program.  I had developed a passion for rehearsing and wanted to share that with sudents who were just started out in a band. After a year at Dace's I left to persue an opportunity for full-time performance which has had it's own rewards.  Now I'm excited to bringing those jewels of musical wisdom that can only be gained through experience back to the teaching studio!

Marcos B

Marcos B

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I'm an enthusiastic, patient, and bilingual music teacher that strives to bring out the best in each one of his students. As an active artist that started out as a self taught “play it by ear” type of guitarist in his early teens and worked his way up to college level, It’s my hope that students will find me relatable and inspiring. I think the most important thing for students to keep in mind when they begin learning an instrument is patience and discipline. Many times we’re too focused on the end goal that we forget to appreciate the journey there. My job is to make it easier for you to enjoy the learning process.

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