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Kate S offers piano lessons in Tucson, AZ

Kate S

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...For piano students, I start with the Alfred or Bastien method series depending on age, and add lead sheet reading and Hanon exercises as well. I tailor lessons to the student, so if the student is interested in playing contemporary music, we work mainly on that. ... Read More

Aleta H offers piano lessons in Tucson, AZ

Aleta H

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...I specialize in teaching very young children to adult beginners.I have taught a Musicthrough Movementclassfor ages three to six years old, itwas so much fun! Who doesn't like to dance in a circle? ... Read More

Mario R offers piano lessons in Tucson, AZ

Mario R

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...I accomodate to anyones learning habits. For young kids i find what songs tey love most and provide teaching through those songs, its incredible how fast they learn that way. ... Read More

Dana E offers piano lessons in Tucson, AZ

Dana E

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...I have used Hal Leonard and Bastien. If the parent has a older method book they wish to use I start there and fill in as I see needed.... Read More

James H offers piano lessons in Tucson, AZ

James H

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...I praise effort and a good attitude! I know that learning music is like learning a new language along with hand-eye-ear coordination. Positive reinforcement and clear guidance is a must.... Read More

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