I offer private online lessons for students of all levels. Along with the Faber Piano Adventures method books, I teach sight reading, ear training, music theory, history, and ensemble playing for a comprehensive classical musical education. My focus is on quality, efficient progress, and making the learning process enjoyable.
I obtained diplomas in piano performance and piano pedagogy from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) in 2017-2018. I have been teaching since then. I love inspiring others with the joy of making music!
I love motivating students to practice and improve their skills. Sharing music is the best bart of being a musician. 🤩
She is a great teacher! She really takes her time to help you learn piano and I have a lot of fun in my lessons! She's encouraging and I would recommend her 100%.
She is very patient
The first week I offer a free trial lesson because I will be assessing the student's previous musical experience and learning what goals and interests they have. My main goals are to build rapport with the student and answer any questions the parent may have.
I have diplomas in piano performance and pedagogy from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
I have been leading choirs, orchestras, and bells groups for my church. I also teach music classes.
I am a church organist and pianist. I love arranging music for my ensembles.
I also lead several international virtual ensembles with hundreds of musicians of all ages and levels of ability. I'm passionate about uniting people through music.
$25 for 30 minutes
$37.50 for 45 minutes
$50 for 60 minutes
Cost for books is additional
Set goals for why you want to learn music and communicate them clearly to the prospective teacher. Find someone who is comfortable teaching students of your age, level, and stylistic preferences. Look for a teacher with a positive, encouraging spirit; someone who will inspire you to continual advancement; one whose personality will motivate you to practice.
Students (and parents of students) should consider what are their goals for studying music and their commitments to achieve those goals.
What style of music do you enjoy?
Do you want to participate in recitals, competitions, or assessment programs?
Do you want to learn to play for worship services?
Do you play other instruments or intend to in the future?