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Conor A offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Conor A

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...Enjoying the outdoors immensely, I often find myself riding my bicycle, jogging and hiking in the Great Northwest. I have a large interest in soccer as well, spending time enjoying watching and playing it around the city.  Music being my main passion, I also play and enjoy live music throughout the weeks and months in our wonderful city of Seattle. ... Read More

Conan M offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Conan M

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...For wind instruments, I use the Rubank method books for exercises and whatever band method book is used in the student's school. ... Read More

Melissa F offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Melissa F

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...As a voice and piano teacher, my goal is to help my students develop their musical skills. Whether it be preparing for an audition, a recital, or personal enjoyment, I am here to help you achieve your goals in music. ... Read More

Jon C offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Jon C

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...I believe that encouraging my students to find fun in practice by choosing music that keeps the students interested. This means taking music from both the classical and popular repertoires.... Read More

Elijah C offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Elijah C

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...I have been a professional teacher and performer for ten years, touring nationally with funk, soul, and latin bands. The diversity of my experience as a performer has directly impacted my view on teaching.... Read More

Phyllis M offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Phyllis M

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...If someone wants to just enjoy music n be able to play songs he/she likes, then i go easy n help them to achieve it as quickly n the most enjoyable way possible!... Read More

Dan R offers piano lessons in Seattle, WA

Dan R

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...Patience is the key, because I remember when I started playing and the more I practiced the better I became. I like to take our time and practice every exercise slowing until we become confident and then we will add some speed.... Read More

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