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Kessa M. Peekskill NY.
Private Piano Teacher
I have been teaching piano almost as long as I have been performing, just over a decade. To date, I have taught lessons to over 100 different students ranging in age from 5 to 70, and ranging in skill from complete beginner to college piano performance major. Not every student is going to think I?m the best fit for them. I expect consistent practice, completion of assignments, and attention to detail in music. I have had many trial lessons that don?t pan out because the student or parent th... Read more
Benjamin S. Denville NJ.
Piano, Physics, and Math
I have always loved to learn new things, and also to share that love with others. I have over 15 years experience teaching students of all ages, as well as editing educational materials for industry-leading academic publishers. My patient but firm demeanor has helped my students excel while having fun. I specialize in teaching piano and tutoring various academic subjects, such as math, physics, music theory. With a B.A. in Physics, I not only have a strong background in math but also know h... Read more
Algebra 1, Geometry, Piano
Tom B. Island Lake IL.
Enjoy learning in creative exploration of music or statistics.
Until the age of 12, when I was not occupied with schoolwork, I rode my bicycle to the nearest rivers and creeks to search for frogs and turtles, I visited the library and read all I could find on the habits and habitat of these and other creatures native to Southeastern Wisconsin. Some of that must have rubbed off on my son who is a botanist at the Morton Arboretum. When I was in seventh grade, a boys choir was started at the grade school I attended and so began my lifelong love of music... Read more
Music Theory, Statistics, General Music, Piano, Voice (Music)
Amanda T. Brooklyn NY.
Doctor of Music, AP Music Theory, piano, and French horn
*** Fall 2022 availability - due to travel constraints I'm currently accepting students on Mondays and Wednesdays on the Upper East Side, UES, students in Brooklyn on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and online students any day*** I have been teaching music for over 20 years. I have three degrees in the French horn (BFA, MA, and DMA), extensive piano teaching experience for ages 5-adult (including having been adjunct piano faculty at NYU), and Theory teaching experience including AP. As a French h... Read more
Music Theory, Ear Training, General Music, Piano, French Horn
Katherine E. Brownsboro AL.
Patience, Care, & Heart: Music, Art, Religion, and Writing Teacher
Hello! My name is Katie. I was blessed to study Theology at the University of Notre Dame, where I graduated summa cum laude with my bachelor's degree and with a 4.0 GPA for my Master's degree. Throughout college, I found that the immeasurable gift of studying Theology and art grew manifold when I shared in it with other students, and I began to seek out opportunities to teach and tutor. I have served as a religion instructor for seven years for students from Kindergarten through high school. ... Read more
Music Theory, Writing, Piano
Deanna V. Chicago IL.
Music Chairperson and Adjudicator's studio is taking new students.
Hello! Music is a great way to stimulate your mind and soul. I've been teaching piano since 1979 and expanded to other instruments from there. I started my training with my mother in a full pedagogical method: performance, but also theory, harmony, and ear training, After a few years of teaching and more education I began to play professionally with many different instruments; Piano, Cello, Alto & Baritone Sax, Voice, Keys, Percussion, Electronics, Mandolin and Banjo. I have had th... Read more
Music Theory, Ear Training, General Music, Piano
Heather E. New York NY.
Pianist, Songwriter, Recording Artist, Teacher, Vocal Coach
Heather is a musician and actress. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Heather currently lives in New York City. After graduating from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee and dabbled in many facets of the music industry. Having reached a plateau in her career and needing to try her acting wings, she decided to move to New York City. Since moving north, Heather has been working as a pianist/songwriter/recording artist who has performed w... Read more
Reading, Music Theory, Ear Training, General Music, Piano, Voice (Music)
Andrew G. Arlington VA.
Andrew - All Levels Math and Music Tutor
A native of Crofton, MD, I pursued a double major in Mathematics and Piano Performance at New York University, and completed my Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering in December, 2020. I am currently employed full time as an Electrical Engineer, working in Digital Signal Processing. My math tutoring experience began in middle school and continued through my years of high school in the National Honor Society, and college, through which I helped Calculus students with regular homewor... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Vocabulary, Grammar, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus
Julia F. Rochester NY.
Professional Vocalist and Music Instructor; Top 10% on Wyzant 2020
Hi, I'm Julia! I am a professional vocalist, actor, and music instructor based in New York. Have you always dreamed of taking voice lessons? Are you an experienced artist looking to hone your craft? Perhaps you're a parent who's searching for fun and encouraging music lessons for your child? No matter where you are on your musical journey, I'd love to work with you! I hold a Bachelor's degree in Vocal Performance from the world-renowned Eastman School of Music, where I studied with Grammy aw... Read more
Music Theory, General Music, Guitar, Piano, Theater, Voice (Music)
Jim J. Orleans MA.
Make performance more alive with theory understanding!
This is absolutely thrilling to be able to offer theory insights through this medium. I have been teaching music theory to high school and college age students for over thirty years. As an organ major - many years ago - it was suggested that I double major in music theory and composition - a choice and combination that I have loved for communicated for all of these years. I am a complete believer in theory making performance come ever more and more alive. No matter what level or part of t... Read more
Music Theory, Ear Training, Piano
How a Piano Tutor Can Help:
The piano is a very popular instrument to learn to play – not only does it sound beautiful, but it looks rather grand too! Like learning to play guitar, there’s many young people and adults that are taking it up. However, playing the piano is no easy feat. There are a large number of keys, you must learn to not only coordinate your hands but your feet as well, all while reading sheet music! Sounds tricky. The good news is that with a solid foundation and a sound understanding of the basics, all you need is practice. You can progress at your own pace. If you would like to perform at some point, there’s many skills that you will need to develop as well and getting any tips from a pro can make a huge difference!We have an many piano tutors who are ready to give you the one-on-one in home piano lessons that you need to build your piano-playing skills. They can give you specific feedback and set you up for success!
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