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I typically informally assess the new student. Then I order the piano books and schedule a recurring lesson time slot. This occurs after I provide a free trial lesson to help the student decide and see why I'd be the best fit, with no strings attached.
I have taken private piano lessons for more than 10 years consecutively, with a few excellent teachers. I have an Education Specialist credential and plenty of teaching experience.
I have taught multiple subjects for most of my career but I found my passion as a piano teacher when I started with a couple of students in 2013, teaching them piano on the side.
I have worked with students from ages 2-83. I have helped students with disabilities, learning or physical (even someone with missing fingers).
Yesterday, I had my 6-year old student play an assigned piece to a level above my expectations. He received an upgrade from a small keyboard to an 88-key Yamaha digital piano.
My advice is to go with a teacher who is not only skilled, but also makes learning fun, motivating and organized. You want to make the most out of your piano lessons, so choose someone you feel most comfortable with.
Students should think about what their specific piano goals are. To perform? To write music? For fun? Also, how much time are you willing to dedicate for practice?
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