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Elizabeth P

Elizabeth P

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Hello! I am a performer and teacher who loves musical variety. I am classically trained as a singer, pianist, and clarinetist, and have also appeared on-stage playing everything from tuba to pipe organ! Professionally, I have sung with Lyric Opera KC, Michigan Opera Theatre and Toledo Opera choruses, and have performed leading roles with Opera in the Ozarks, BGSU's Theatre and Opera Theatre, and Indiana University Opera Theatre. I have performed as a soloist with a myriad of ensembles, medieval to modern. As a member of Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, I have performed around the world. I look forward to working with you here in the KC metro..

Ellen P

Ellen P

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I'm very friendly and patient.  Learning music should be enjoyable, and never a burden.  My students learn at their own pace and have fun doing it.  I'm happy to work with youngters, providing they have a basic grasp of letters and numbers.  Older beginners are some of my favorites, those who may have always wanted to learn and never had time before.  It's never too early or late to bring music into your life, as it helps with concentration, dexterity, and relaxation! 

Janice C

Janice C

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I began teaching private piano during my undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley. My students were aged from 9-14. After I obtained my bachelor's degree, I then attended San Francisco State University to obtain my music education teaching credential. During this time, I worked as a private piano instructor at Green Octave School of Music in San Carlos. I prepared students for school recitals and concerts. I also prepared a student to take the ABRSM piano exam test. I encourage my students to perform at recitals because that will give them experience like none other. I also encourage some parent involvement with their child's music studies and practices. My goal is to guide the student into learning piano at their own pace and with their own interests in mind. 

Andrew P

Andrew P

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I have performed all over the globe for communities from San Francisco to New York to Ykaterinburg, Russia. My main instruments are bass, electric bass and French horn and have a background in all forms of improvised music as well as classical and orchestral repoertoire. My experience in the Air Force Band from 2006-2014 reinforced the skills necessary for professional musicianship that I cultivated at several fine music schools. Some famous venues I've played include Avery Fischer Hall, NY, and Shoreline Amphitheater, CA.

Kate P

Kate P

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Being a teacher is by far one of the most rewarding choices that I have ever made. Seeing a students growth and development is absolutely astounding. I believe that each student is very individualized, and no student learns exactly the same as another. As a teacher, I believe that I need to constantly be adaptable and adjustable to each student's needs. I also want the student to enjoy the learning process; it is important that the student knows that he or she is making achievements and enjoys the rewards of his or her hard work.

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