Piano Lessons Jefferson County, LA

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Featured Piano Teachers In Jefferson County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering piano lessons in Jefferson. 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!
Luis R

Luis R

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Recorder

Teaching Methods: Always help my students achieve their goals, always give them music they like and we both can decide it is good for the student's development. The personal development of a student is a priority of mine Love to see my students achieve their goals. Love to imprint a loving and caring approach to music in my students.

Teaching Styles: Love to be nice to people! Care for my students as persons and not as numbers. Have always some suggestions as far as repertoire goes. Im a welcoming teacher!

De'mond B

De'mond B

Instruments: Piano, Voice

Teaching Methods: Uses the Faber for ages 5-12  Bastiens for adult

Teaching Styles: Lessons tailored to needs of students.

Max W

Max W

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone

Teaching Methods: I like to create my own lesson plans and materials, though if the student (or their parent) would like a specific method, I would be happy to oblige. For beginner, I start with the fundamentals of reading music: reading note names in different registers, reading rhythms (I like to use the Eastman system for speaking rhythms), and sight-reading skills using movable do solfeggio (all this in a manner that suits the student, whether a child or an adult. Solo repertoire is kept well-rounded and suitable for performance, with an emphasis both on technique and on expression. Collaboration with other musicians is always encouraged. The most important thing, though, is that the student plays what they find interesting, engaging, and fun!

Teaching Styles: I like to teach by setting both short- and long-term goals with the student. My personal goal is to help the student learn a healthy and strong passion for music and to prepare them to accomplish their ambitions and to continue playing after they are finished working with me, whether it is as an amateur, as a continuing student, as a conservatory student, or as a professional. I want to equip each student to be an auto-didact, capable of teaching themselves, and to be able to teach music themselves.

Reid M

Reid M

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar

Teaching Methods: For begining students I like to start from a foundational stand point.  It is very important to enstill good practice habits and technique in order not to develop bad habits in your playing.  For drumming and other instruments, starting with rudiments, learning how to read music, and playing scales are a great way to help a student build their technique and ear up.  I think it is really important to ask what kind of music the student is into or show them how the foundational basics can be used in an actual playing situation instead of just a boring regimented routine.  With more advanced students, furthering a students development and introducing more challenging concepts is what I focus on teaching. With drumming, I like to incorporate concepts such as polyrhythms, an understanding of different genres, improvisation, and ear training.  For students that are preparing to pursue a degree in music, I can help them prepare for an audition because of my experience of being a college music student in the past.  

Teaching Styles: I can't stress enough how music is supposed to be fun!  It is a healthy outlet which teaches kids and adults alike the joy of interation with a group of people and can carry out in all kinds of aspects in life.  Learning does not have to be boring and with music it is one of the most sacred and treasured things that we have as humans.  I focus on trying to inspire a student and have them look forward to their next lesson.  

Tom W

Tom W

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Cello, Drums, Bass Guitar, Double Bass

Teaching Methods: My teaching methods are typical for begginers, I will teach you how to read and interpret chords. If a student is intermediate/advanced I am going to push more difficult material once I have figured out that it is understood by the student. I am in favor of playing a melody in every key, I believe it is a great way to learn a song by memory and helps everyone musicially, I still practice this method even today.

Teaching Styles: My teaching style can be explained in one word: motivating. At times it is difficult to motivate a student in a home, studio, or classroom but I have found ways to motivate you to pracitce. For instance, if you like to learn and sing pop songs, I will say lets do it. Forget the books, lets learn what you want to learn. I can teach you whatever song you are looking to play and teach you a way to improve your skills to learn more songs.

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