Piano Lessons Pinellas County, FL

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Featured Piano Teachers In Pinellas County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering piano lessons in Pinellas. 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!
Rana A

Rana A

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice

My teaching experience dates back to high school days, where I felt the urge to share what I've learned immidiately after completing taking guitar lessons. I began to teach guitar at a community center at the age of 16. I also started to give private lessons along with the classses that I was teaching at the community center. My great desire to learn everything that I can about music lead me to where I am today. The pre-existing appreciation that I had for music and education grew even more as I have been working toward my degree.

Maria A

Maria A

Instruments: Piano

My experience as a teacher starts in 1998 in a private academy in Valencia. That was my first opportunity to teach piano leassons to kids and to adults, both individually and in groups. Since 2004 I started working as a Piano teacher and accompanist in three different public conservatories as a Career Civil Servant of the Music and Drama Secondary Teacher. During this time I also had the chance to attend educational music courses that were provided by the Spanish Government. One of my greatest challenges and honors as a teacher was the fact that I gave lessons to students with disabilities. Observing their will to learn and their passion for music was an inspiration that I want to transfer to every of my future students as a guide for their learning process.

Katrina R

Katrina R

Instruments: Piano, Keyboard

The biggest thing I strive for is to find out what inspires my student so that I can tailor the lessons towards what they want to learn. I try to work on their pace. If it takes a few lessons to understand one idea or philosophy, then so be it. Knowledge can't be rushed and neither should the students. I generally try to set goals at the end of our sessions so that we can progress more in the lesson. It's essential to give them homework to work on so that they can continue to craft their talents. This is why I try to give them sight reading and practice exercises to work on, on top of their solo pieces. I also try to work in scales (if it's beginners) and speed exercises (for advanced students) when possible.

Richard G

Richard G

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

Teaching Methods: I think it is important to keep students interested in their instrument, therefore I try to teach equal parts theory and equal parts learning songs that they want to learn. Obviously children need more guidance so I loosely follow a combination of some of my favorite books but still keep it fun. I usually have my students give me a list of songs and I will decide which is best to start with. 

Teaching Styles: Over the years I have had some of my students pursue music so far that they actually have become professional touring musicians themselves and nothing makes me more proud. Knowing that I played such a huge role in shaping their careers is probably the most rewarding thing when it comes to teaching and perhaps my biggest accomplishment. I have met some of my closest friends through music and I am very thankful to be able to say that, as I believe life is all about the relationships you build along the way.

Sarah W

Sarah W

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola

Just a couple of methods I use below: Bastien Piano Series Suzuki Method Maid Bang Techniques Sevcik

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