Piano Lessons Sumner County, TN

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Featured Piano Teachers In Sumner County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering piano lessons in Sumner. 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!
Priscilla T

Priscilla T

Instruments: Piano, Violin

Teaching Methods: I use Suzuki books but I do not use the Suzuki method.  I use my own teaching method which involves violin technique, rhythm study and music listening.

Teaching Styles: My relationships with my students are not very strict and formal, however I do expect that preparation and attendance be consistent.  

Ben F

Ben F

Instruments: Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Accordion

Teaching Methods: I create my lesson plans to each individual student, depending on their age and experience. I believe the Circle of Fifths is one of the most important pieces of music theory and is fundemental in the learning process. I also want to get them to understand how to read music, but also to learn how to listen to music so they can develop their ear. I also try to get my students to understand progressions and how they can write their own songs.

Teaching Styles: My goal is to get people up and running as quickly as possible, playing music they want to play. Practice is needed and my hope always is to get students to want to practice, not because they have to practice. I always use the term "rehearse", as we musicians don't like to practice but we are alway's rehearsing.  If I can inspire a student, then their goal of being successful is very attainable.

Patrick R

Patrick R

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar

Teaching Methods: For my students, I typically start with teaching songs, to peak interest in playing, formal technique and creativity. Then once they've made advancements, we decide what avenue to venture down next, whether it's learning a new style, learning repertoire, or learning more songs / how to write songs. I have plenty of guitar, bass and piano books that we can use for resources. I also have a large amount of literature on music related resources that can be utilized.

Teaching Styles: My teaching style is based on the love of song. I feel that students who develop an interest in song benefit in many ways. They develop technique, dexterity, and it maintains interest for extended periods (as opposed to just playing scales all the time). If a student wants to write songs learning scales and chords, it can open a whole new creative world for the student, where they use creative modes and technical modes of thinking. I have come full circle in my musical journey and I am focused on teaching what the student wants to learn because I still want to learn it all myself and refine my music and teaching.

Caitlin V

Caitlin V

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Cello, Viola, Electric Violin

I started teaching at the young age of 16 back in my hometown up in New York. I enjoyed it thoroughly and have been teaching privately ever since. I currently teach 7 students on weekends and three during the week. I enjoy teaching and care about my students. This year I am teaching Strings in public schools and am enjoying it very much. My students learn Music History, Theory, and Performance while in class. For all of my students, I encourage consistent practicing of their instrument in order for them to grow and build their musical skills. Students are given scales, modern and classical pieces to practice. I find the combinations of these three things let most students see how diverse strings can be. I try to create games for my younger students so they enjoy practicing early on. I also have concerts regularly for all of my students who are able to attend. They perform with an accompanist or with me during the concert.

Leandria L

Leandria L

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola

I use the Suzuki method for my begining students and use my own method to ensure that they can read music. And depending on what style they want to learn I'll either continue with the Suzuki method completely or use it as a supplement material in addition to their desired style.

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