Piano Lessons Fairfield County, CT

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Our music lesson students will have the opportunity to take lessons from the comfort of their own home or in one of the teachers studios. Careful attention is placed on each student to ensure a custom lesson plan. Our music teachers understand that every student has different needs and abilities and therefore the lessons will be planned with that knowledge in mind.

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Featured Piano Teachers In Fairfield County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering piano lessons in Fairfield. Whether you are looking for beginner piano lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
Alicia K

Alicia K

Instruments: Piano, Trumpet, French Horn

 I love sharing my love of music, and the power it has, to my students. I love that music can open whole new worlds to them; I love to share the history of the music they are learning. The influences behind a piece of music, what it sounds like - these are keys to learning history, science, and more about human nature. I feel that knowledge of music leads to knowledge of the world.

Linda C

Linda C

Instruments: Piano

Mostly Faber method

Tomasz L

Tomasz L

Instruments: Piano, Synthesizer, Keyboard

I began teaching in early college, tutoring a little in computer science and a little in music theory - until the main music theory tutor graduated. I took over his position and have had a blast since. The main goal of any lessons is the inspire the student to fall in love with whatever the subject matter, and luckily - music is easy to fall in love with! After college i completed a CELTA course from Cambridge, which is a certificate in teaching english to speakers of other languages. I have adapted some of their methods of teaching to the language of music.

Lyn N

Lyn N

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Recorder, Mallet Percussion

Teaching Methods: For Voice Students: I start each lesson with 10-15 minutes of vocal warm-ups and scales.  The remainder of the lesson revolves around vocal pieces that either I think would be a good match for the voice, age, maturity, and ability of the student, or preparing a student for an audition or performance that they would like to perform a specific piece for.  I also like to incorporate sight reading and ear training into my lessons, especially as the student grows into their voice.   For Piano Students: I usually use the Alfred Piano Course book series, unless a student has already established themselves in a different lesson book series, are familiar with it, and wish to stay with that series.  There is an adult series of Alfred Piano Course lesson books as well, so I am able to gear lessons for adults towards their teaching series as well.  I usually teach beginning to intermediate level piano students, so these books are extremely helpful to those students because they teach proper fundamentals of piano playing, as well as theory, ear training, and technique.  For older and more advanced students, I also try to teach them pieces that they are familiar with and / or like from pop culture.

Teaching Styles: I have always had a love of teaching, and I especially love when a student achieves something that I know that they have been working very hard on in their lessons.  Nothing is more rewarding for a teacher than the success and achievements of their students.  I do the very best that I can to help each of my students achieve each of their music aspirations, hopes, dreams, and goals.

Lily S

Lily S

Instruments: Piano, Trumpet

The Arnold Jacobs school of brass playing, tailored to each individual student

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