Piano Lessons Macomb County, MI

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Featured Piano Teachers In Macomb County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering piano lessons in Macomb. 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!
Scott S

Scott S

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

Teaching Methods: I am open to any/all methods.

Teaching Styles: "I can teach you everything you need to know to accomplish your musical goals!!! Music should be fun and my approach is to ensure a rewarding experience for every individual student"

Abigail H

Abigail H

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Flute

Teaching Methods: I start all of my students by ear, using echoes to learn simple patterns and three-note songs. To introduce note reading, I use a mix of Standard of Excellence and Alfred and Thompson Prep courses, depending on the student's age and prior musical experience. When they are ready for two hand music, I use both the Alfred Lesson Books and the John Thompson Piano Series for regular practice and for sightreading. I encourage students to find music on their own via music stores, internet resources, and school ensembles.

Teaching Styles: I tailor all of my lessons to suit each students' understanding of music. I use letter names, numbers, solfege, intervals, ear training, and sightreading all to explore the students' strongest skills and to develop weaker areas. I encourage practicing as a way to improve, not as a requirement for lessons. It is also very important to me that my students understand the "whys" in music, such as why one uses a key signature, what the effect of dynamics is, why a song is different played in one key from another, etc. It's important that music not become isolated from their other interests or subjects.

Steven P

Steven P

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Drums

Teaching Methods: I find the Hal Leonard Series works as a tool for helping students understand musical concepts right away. For students who are more advanced I will plan their lessons based on what their goals are. Every student is different: Some want to compete in recitals, some want to play for their friends and family when they come over, some want to compose their own musical pieces, some people just wanna jam! Part of my job is to help the student figure out what exactly it is they want to do with music in the first place.

Teaching Styles: More than anything music should be fun. The greatest musicians are the ones who enjoy playing music even when they're just practicing. I like to teach in a way that involves asking the student questions in order to get them to figure out the answer for themself, rather than just lecturing the whole time while they start daydreaming! This way the student is more involved in the learning process and it can make their time spent learning an instrument more worth it.

Satara N

Satara N

Instruments: Piano, Voice

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Denielle B

Denielle B

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: My primary goal as a teacher is to train and nurture my students, so that I eventually become unnecessary as they grow in skill and musical maturity. I teach so that sound and tone quality are of primary importance and I teach proper technique that supports the desired sound. I use multiple resources (Essential Element, Suzuki, Alfred ect..) to create an individualized curriculum for each student. I include and highly encourage student participation in the selection of music so that I can maintain enthusiasm in learning!

Teaching Styles: I believe my teaching style reflects the joy I find in teaching!  I encourage active learning through games, activities and exercises that are age-appropriate, and I highly encourage many questions!  I love to play duets and accompany during lessons so that my students experience the entirety of a composition and I insist on a varity of styles and genres, so that everyone is a well-rounded musician :-)

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