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Josie Z

Josie Z

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Josie has over 10 years experience teaching both in a music school and at home.  She has taught all ages and levels privately and in a group setting.  Along with teaching, Josie has made several appearances as a solo pianist for weddings, charity concerts, and other events.  Josie has also worked as an accompanist to numerous vocalists and instrumentalists for exams, auditions, and professional performances.

Kelli C

Kelli C

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Creating individual lessons plans for students based on interest and ability. I help the beginner start.  

Conan M

Conan M

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I have been teaching music privately since 2005, as well as acting as musical coach for Solo and Ensemble contests.

Erling I

Erling I

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I'm a gentle person who believes in exposing my students to the best music, and bringing out of them the music they have within. The idea is to ease their frustrations, not add to them.  As long as the student actually tries, I feel confident they will enjoy the wxperience and learn a great deal.  Music is one of life's greaat pleasures and worth every bit of the effort required to do it well.

Melissa F

Melissa F

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For children ages 4-7 I start with Dogs and Birds Animal Notes Edition from the UK. As they progress, I introduce them to the Primer Faber Series books. Adults begin with Faber series and I incorporate Hanon Virtuoso exercises as they progress. For children guitar they will begin with Alfred's Kids Guitar Course and Hal Leonard studies. Adult guitar will begin with Hal Leonard and William Leavitt studies. I provide material about composers and music studies from Thompson, Michael Aaron, Bastien and other books. 

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