Rosanna is a wonderful teacher and person. She is highly qualified, patient and attentive to my 9 year old child's needs/abilities. She makes sure her students have a strong technical foundation and many of her students go on to be very successful musicians. When I attended the recital I saw that she has students ranging from preschool age to adult, beginning to advanced- It takes a special kind of talent to be able to teach such a wide range!
We have been going to Rosanna for my son for about 7 years. She's wonderful and patient. I have recommended her to many people, all of whom have had positive experiences with her.
Rosanna is amazing! My 3 years old and 5 years old's sons with full of energy are so happy to sit down to practice piano everyday and can't wait to go to see her to learn new songs! She is a talented, patient and caring piano teacher. She develops children's love of music. I couldn't be happier to find her as my sons' piano teacher!
Marzaroli Piano Studios believes in Teaching the Joy of Music as their philosophy in giving the gift of music to children and adults of all ages. With a strong foundation in note reading and learning through theory and history of music Rosanna believes the students will cherish the gift of music for a lifetime. Pianist, Rosanna Marzaroli, received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Southern California, where she was a student of John Perry, and her Master of Music degree from Rice University as a student of Robert Roux. As a soloist, she has performed with the Los Angeles Bach Festival Orchestra, the Glendale Symphony Orchestra (under Lalo Schifrin), California State University Los Angeles Orchestra, and the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra. Additional performances have been in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (Music Center Los Angeles), the Aspen Music Festival and Steinway Hall in New York City, as well as in Prague, Italy, and the Netherlands. Rosanna is in demand as a judge for music festivals and competitions throughout Southern California. Rosanna was appointed Executive Manager for the Music in Me Foundation in California, a non-profit organization which brings music to children in the Middle East. She is an active performer in both solo and duo piano music. She was on the Board of Directors for the Music Teachers' Association of California, Glendale Branch where she has served as Branch President. She is presently in the Irvine area in Orange County, California.
We start right away on how to read music. Students will play notes and music from their first lesson! I always like to find out a little more about each student to help them learn their best.
I have a Masters of Music in Piano Performance and have taught for over 20 years at several music schools. I have also performed in many different cities throughout the world from New York, Praque to Bangkok. I have worked with children and adults of all ages and enjoy teaching everyone.
I taught my mom's students as well as taught at a precollege program while I was doing my Masters degree at Rice University. I also taught class piano while I was doing my Masters degree as well.
I have worked with children from 3 years old to senior citizens to their 80's. I have also taught special needs children, autistic children and blind students as well.
Meet with the teacher and see how you fit with him or her. You can also ask for a trial lesson. Teachers should also have a strong background in music and teaching experience. Someone patient is a plus.
Go over the teacher's studio policy and what is expected of them as a student.