Learn Piano With Myroslav

Learn Piano With Myroslav

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Welcome! I have been teaching the piano for over 5 years, starting with my younger brother and gradually receiving more and more students. The ages of my students were between 5 and 14 (though I am comfortable teaching any age) and all my lessons were one-on-one. The most important quality of my teaching is that I use an individual approach to every student. I am very attentive to the needs of my students and I love to find solutions to any difficulty that they might have!

I also offer a variety of topics for learning. In addition to playing the piano, my students and I work on theory, technique, rhythm, notation, and many other music-related topics. We truly delve into the music world by playing pieces from different genres!


Hired 3 times
1 employee
2 years in business
Serves Baltimore , MD
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    esther M.

    He is very patient and targets things you struggle with. Truly recommend, amazing teacher.
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    July 07, 2023

    Olena L.

    Myroslav possesses exceptional qualifications, demonstrating a remarkable level of creativity and professionalism as a piano teacher and musician.
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    July 04, 2023

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    kateryna B.

    Miroslav passion for teaching and nurturing young minds is truly inspiring, and we are very grateful for all that he have done for our family! We are so grateful for the countless hours he spent preparing our daughter for evaluation Oregon association Music teachers and for being the best music mentor ever! She got mark as OUTSTANDING ! We are grateful appreciated everything he do! We do recommend him as an outstanding piano teacher .
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    July 04, 2023

    Nazarii M.

    My brother is a great musician who we call a little professor :) He will share his tremendous knowledge of piano and find great ways to teach a great amount about the instrument he has played since his early childhood.
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    August 08, 2021


    Each lesson is held with enthusiasm and interest. He is not only a good teacher, but also a good performer !
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    August 05, 2021

    Frequently asked questions

    First, I ask students to show what they know and can play. It can be anything. It is very important for me to find this first connection. After determining the student's level, I choose the most appropriate teaching books I have for their level. Over time, I would add such aspects as playing scales, learning theory (if desired), etc.
    I started playing the piano when I was six and went to the Music School for Gifted Musicians in Ukraine. During all this time, I participated in many music festivals and competitions, meeting various professors and gaining tremendous experience. After moving to the United States, I was a Fellow at the Academy of the Music Institute of Chicago, a training center for advanced pre-college musicians. I studied piano with Jose-Ramon Mendez. At this moment, I am a Peabody Conservatory student studying with Benjamin Pasternack.
    My pricing system primarily depends on the level of the student as well as the length of the lesson. There might be some deviation, but in general, my pricing system is as follows: 30 minutes - $30 45 minutes - $40 60 minutes - $50
    I started teaching piano first to my brother in 2018. I immediately felt that it was something I truly enjoyed. Therefore, I was happy to soon receive new students and continue teaching.
    I have worked with students ages 6-14. Their levels were from Beginner to Intermediate. I would be happy working with adults as well, though. I am confident my skills and approach would be appropriate for everyone.
    I would suggest hiring a teacher who is supportive, knowledgeable, and comfortable to work with. It might be hard to find such a teacher immediately, but it is definitely worth the effort.
    If a student has a problem playing something, one of the best questions they can think before talking to their teacher is "Did I spend enough effort and time to try to solve this problem myself?"

    Services offered

    Music Theory