Piano Ca Dab Ra!

Piano Ca Dab Ra!

5.0 (2)
Best of 2019
3 hires on Lessons.com

About this pro

Have you always aspired to make music at the piano? Have you felt as though the learning curve is to great before you can start having fun at those keys? Think it's too late? Let Piano Ca Dab Ra! show you how to amaze yourself, even if you've never touched a piano or keyboard before!

I absolutely love inspiring others to enhance their appreciation for music AND themselves. Everyone can be successful at making music at the piano... YES, that includes YOU!

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Credentials

Sarasota, FL 34243
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Eleanor Carolyn

  • Louie Simon

    Patient, kind and knowledgeable



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

It's most important to understand each person's specific motivation. People are individuals. Each and every person has unique reasons for getting involved with lessons as well as learning traits that are specific to them. For example, a person aged 65 who is looking to simply take on lessons as a new hobby for personal enjoyment is to be respected for that and the approach to coaching this individual would be much different than the teenager who is looking to enter college with a major in music.

I have a passion for music and for catering to people individual goals. My 35+ years of experience has led to my being as much of a student as my clients when it comes to learning how to help them in better, more creative ways.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have enjoyed students aged 5-92. No two people have ever been exactly alike, which is partially responsible for my passion for teaching. What works for one person isn't necessarily what's right for another. I really love getting to know the specific traits and learning patterns of an individual. It really keeps it all very interesting for me.


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

A student can easily get an idea of how a teacher will relate to him or her by some preliminary correspondence. Asking questions of a prospective teacher can be powerfully effective. Allow one question to lead to another with a genuine sense of curiosity. A short conversaion can reveal plenty of insight.