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!
Amy X

Amy X

Instruments: Piano, Violin

Teaching Methods: I teach both violin and piano on beginner to advanced levels. For piano I use Bastien books and for violin I start students with Strictly Strings. As they progress I introduce other pieces and books as appropriate. For violin I come from a Galamian and Dorothy Delay background. I am flexible with teaching styles but generally try to pick music and methods that interest the student. I am a travelling teacher and prefer teaching in students' homes and online.

Teaching Styles: I love to share my passion for music with my students and encourage them to have a lifelong appreciation for music. Whether they aspire to be a concert soloist or keep it as a hobby, I try my best to help them discover their own love for music. I use positive reinforcement and am strict when it comes to practicing and homework.

Jihye K

Jihye K

Instruments: Piano, Voice

Teaching Methods: Piano For beginning piano students who are children, I usually start with my own lesson sheets I composed. I also entertain kids by having them color and draw notes and scales. After being familiar with fundamentals, depending on students progress, I recommend them to study with Hal Leonard's or Alfred's. From (Mid) highschoolers to adults, I will start off with Ferdinand Beyer first then Czerny with a couple other supplementary.  Voice For children, I keep them interested with children's song and have them play along singing. Otherwise, I use Singing Lessons for Little Singers and other musical theatre books as well. For adults, I use The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology and Schirmer's library of musical classics. Students are welcomed to bring a piece that they are willing to learn as well.  

Teaching Styles: I teach anyone that has the desire to learn and the willingness to practice. I use an INDIVIDUALIZED APPROACH with all students and depending on students’ age and need, I write different lesson plans for each one of them. I am not just here to advertise myself. As a musician and a teacher, I want to show what music does in your life, how it can affect or improve your life as well. I also want you to understand first that I care for my students and their success. Together we will develop goals and objectives to help the child or adult be a successful player with excitement, enthusiasm, and passion.  

Alex D

Alex D

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

Teaching Methods: From over 15 years of teaching, I've learned that my students excel when they learn what they want to play, from Rock to Classical to Jazz to Pop. For a beginner who has no previous playing experience I start off by building their technique. If they practice daily and diligently for as little as half an hour, within two weeks they are strong enough to start playing songs in their genre of choice. To achieve these goals, I create custom lesson plans with accompanying theory, technique and scales based on what songs my students request to learn.

Teaching Styles: My students are driven and excited, no matter how old or young because of my teaching style. They show me the music they love and I translate that into piece meal lesson plans and exercises to get them there. I'm also a strong proponent of having a solid technical foundation, where students learn their techniques and scales--the hows and whys of music.

Jessica M

Jessica M

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Violin

Teaching Methods: I use suzuki and pedagogy, and others methods.  Whatever is the most effective for the student.

Teaching Styles: I set the bar high for the students and I beleive if you want it then excellence is the only opyion and result!

Regnarene B

Regnarene B

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Flute, Clarinet, Recorder

Teaching Methods: For beginner students I find out their learning style before I assign them a method book. The method book I choose will depend on their learning style. As they progress I incorporate music that they are familar with and songs that they would like to play. For Intermediates and Advanced students I plan my lessons according to their interests and what they would like to achieve from taking lessons. I aim to please. If the student is happy I am happy too.

Teaching Styles: My greatest delight is to see my students progress. I set goals based on the students ability. I also encourage them to bring music that they want to learn to class. If it is beyond their capabilities I can re-arrange it to suit their appropriate level.I have the gift of patience and can accommodate slow learners.    

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