Piano Lessons From Juilliard Master

Piano Lessons From Juilliard Master

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Hello, it's great to be here!I love music, love playing the piano and enjoy performing. I got serious about music when I was 15 1969-71 Studied with George Pappastavrou at the Syracuse University, NY. 1974 - Certificate in Piano Performance: The Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, MD (major teacher, Lillian Freundlich) 1974 - Awarded Bronze Medal at the Kosciuszko Chopin Contest in NYC 1980 - Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Piano Performance from The Juilliard School, NYC (major teachers, Irwin Freundlich, Jacob Lateiner)For the past 30+ years I have taught students of all ages and all skill levels...beginner to pro. Their house, my house, studios and schools. Your technique not up to It? I can help. Tired of stumbling in the same place every time even though you've practiced It a zillion times? Not to worry, together we can find a solution. Want to play more expressively? A few simple tips may be all it takes to release your inner maestro! Learn the tricks of Perfect Practice and maximize your results. PLAY BETTER in FEWER hours. No Foolin'!Want to learn how to improvise? We start by babbling. MY MOTTO: Teach so well that the student doesn't need me.

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Bradenton, FL 34207
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  • John M. Richardson, MD [email protected]

    Never experienced a lesson from Glenn. But, when I was in medical school, Glenn played at a local restaurant in Greenville, TN. This was in the late 1980's. It was obvious he was well trained and very talented. I remember him telling us that through all his training, it wasn't until his 30's that he started to feel the music and express it accordingly. When he played Claire de Lune it brought us to tears. And we always requested it when we dined there. My wife and I were thinking about him recently and I found him on this site. If he is able to convey a fraction of what he is able to express through his playing to the student, then his lessons would be well worth it.

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