Experienced, conservatory educated musician, Jacob Zeltser will teach the highly regarded Keys for Kids® music education program. Over 35 years of teaching.
Course with fun and age-appropriate ear and rhythm training activities, movement, solfeggio singing, keyboard playing and reading music. The elements of music are presented in a colorful, interactive, unforgettable way. Child and parent bond as a music team both in class and at home.
Students receive a total music experience in a classroom equipped with an electronic keyboard for each child or a grand piano for private lessons
I like to teach, I love children and they like me in return and I'm inspired when they see someone who really tries and diligently practices them. When my students make mistakes, I can help them not only fix the problem, but also learn to avoid this problem in the future. And, of course, when I see good results, I'm happy with this
Jacob is an excellent children's piano teacher. He's gifted and clearly loves to teach.
Jacob is such a caring teacher and works hard to relate to his students with warmth. I appreciate his balanced approach of specializing the program to the child's personality and still setting high expectations for commitment and effort. I would highly recommend him as a piano instructor.
Jacob is a fantastic piano teacher. Both of my daughters have taken classes from him and my younger one will continue to learn with Jacob in the fall. He has a great kids curriculum which makes the learning experience interesting and fun. Jacob is patient yet strict which encourages my daughter practice after the class. Jacob also focuses on the theoretical music education which is as essential from my point of view. I have asked my daughter if she enjoys the lesson and here are her own words "Yes, other teachers only want to teach you how to play on the piano but Jacob also teaches you what is music made of."
Yakov is a great piano teacher. He has patience with kids and not only teaches them how to read music to logically think about it and read it well! Thanks Yakov!