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Featured Piano Teachers In Connecticut

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering piano lessons in CT. 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!
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William H

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

I am a firm believer in not re-inventing the wheel. I don't use my own lesson plans. I meet with students to see what they know and what they want to learn, and then use books, YouTube videos or tutorials to teach - learn with- students. A typical curriculum for me first learning the chromatic scale, then the major two octave scale. Then the minor two octave scale, then basic major and minor chords. Read More

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Woody H

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar

My curriculum varies significantly depending upon the experience/age/aptitude goals of the student. For example, a self-taught adult that aspires to play blues or classic rock cover tunes in a "garage band" type of situation doesn't really need to spend much time if any learning to read music. This calls for a more "show tell" approach. Conversely, a 5-year old beginner should learn to read as a matter of course. Read More

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Alicia K

Instruments: Piano

I Am a mother of 5 children and have been teaching piano for over 30 years to all ages from 4-85. Music is my passion and I love children as well as adults who have been waiting their whole life to learn! I have lived in Fairfield county for over 10 years but originally from the Midwest. I started taking piano when I was 7 years old. For a while, I also played violin and organ but kept taking piano. Read More

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Jay L

Instruments: Piano

I usually use the Faber, Beyer, or Czerny depend on the student's level. I'd add Hanon, bach 2,3 part invention, Sonatina album, and the list can go on. For Jazz, all I need is manuscript paper and a Jazz Real Book (I'd hand out some exercise notes). For advanced students, I want them to listen to music a lot. Listening to music is very critical, it is just as important as practicing the instrument. Read More

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Gregory G

Instruments: Piano, Synthesizer

It is important to keep the student focused and engaged in their studies. It is rewarding in itself to have the student excited and eager to further their development of instrument. I accomplish this by adapting each student's lessons by their individual needs and desires. Read More

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