Giselle Garriga Music & Piano Lessons

Giselle Garriga Music & Piano Lessons

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I'm a cuban pianist and musician with a Bachelor Degree of Arts, specialized in Piano. I've been teaching for a while now, practically since I was teenager, in both languages, Spanish and English.
Classic music of all times, universal and popular music, cuban music... I love tutoring people of all ages, because never is too late or too soon for discovering the passionate universe of music, and I always learn more in the process of teaching.
My prices:
$50- 1 hour
$45- 45 min
$40- 30 min
Don't hesitate to contact me, consultation in free :-)

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Miami, FL 33189
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I like to stablish good communication first, in order to know the student needs and goals, we can start from there. My first goal is that you have a rewarding experience with music thorugh my lessons.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?


National School of Art (ENA) Havana, Cuba | 2007-2012

Teacher of piano, accompanying pianist for the Violin Department

University of the Arts, Havana, Cuba | 2007-2013

Pianist, accompanying pianist for the Violin Department and the Voice Department.

National School of Lyrical Singing Havana, Cuba | 2007-2009

Accompanying pianist.

Pianist of the duet of violin and piano Double Strings | 2008 to the present.

National School of Art (Interim Director) | 2009-2012

Director of Art G Quartet, Havana | 2012-2016

SolFA Music Academy, Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico | 2016

Teacher of Piano, Solfeo, History of Universal Music and Theory of Music.

BACHELOR OF ARTS | 2015 Havana

In 2015, she graduated from the University of the Arts in Havana, with a Bachelor Degree of Art, and Piano Performance.



How did you get started teaching?

2007-2013 For its academic results and outstanding trajectory as a student, she was admited as a professor of the National School of Music, (ENA), Havana, Cuba.

What types of students have you worked with?

Students of all ages, some of them think of music as a hobby, others want to be musicians, or just want music in their lifes.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

It's important for me to know what you need, we can start from there and don't be affraid to ask, it's one of the best sources of knowledge