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  • Dickheads Guitar Lessons

    Dickheads Guitar Lessons

    Collinsville, IL 62234

    I teach how to improvise in the genres of blues, rock, jazz and R&B. I work best with people that have some traditional piano training. I'll help you move away from written music and noddle around on a keyboard or piano. We discover how anyone can improv alone or in a group ensemble. This is not a system that requires sight reading. Would you like to do open mics, write songs, or understand what is going on when you see a musician on stage? It is not a mystery reserved for a few 'naturally gifted' musicians. There is a form underlying all pop music, and it can be taught. I've been a manage
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  • Making Music With Others Will Change Your Life!

    Making Music With Others Will Change Your Life!

    St. Louis, MO 63109

    Christine's love for music started when she was very young. It all began with a toy piano that she received on her second birthday. Christine has studied piano since the age of six. Currently, she accompanies choir rehearsals and solo singers at local competitions. Christine has been constantly learning her craft and have been taken private voice lessons since she was 15 years of age In 2012, Christine began her position as the Soprano Young Artist with the Bach Society of St. Louis. Christine has performed in concerts and competitions in over 30 U.S. cities and in Europe on five separate oc
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  • Vocal & Piano Expressions

    Vocal & Piano Expressions

    St. Louis, MO 63135

    I have a teaching development to acquire a teachers' position in a professional facility to increase my skills and expand my knowledge. I teach voice/piano and have basic guitar developments. I have worked in the Public School System, and Academy developments and I also have Rhythmics with a daycare center as well as elementary education. I have taken classes with the midi function and lessons on the computer. I am getting ready to graduate with a music background from the community college, and have credit hours for a bachelors after I enter the university shortly afterwards. I teach on
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  • Private Piano Lessons

    Private Piano Lessons

    St. Louis, MO 63136

    Very simply put, I LOVE teaching! I especially love teaching piano to all ages and interest levels. I believe in music as a supreme gift for enhancing relaxation and uplifting the spirit. Students gain self-confidence, poise, and grace. Knowing how to play the piano opens many doors socially, too. Underlying those benefits are additional, life-long tools gained from the study of piano. Studies have shown that grade school students who studied piano for three years scored higher than their peers on spatial and cognitive test. They are better prepared academically and perform much better
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  • Brian's Piano Lessons

    Brian's Piano Lessons

    Saint Louis, MO 63122

    I have been playing and teaching professionally for 20 years. I am very patient with beginners and have the requisite skills and experience to teach advanced students in many idioms such as classical, jazz, and various popular styles. There is no set system for teaching as I approach it on an individual basis. I do not offer group lessons because I feel the best results are achieved one on one and in a hands on manner. I have studied jazz and classical piano at a high level and and have performed both at a high level over my career.
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  • Gateway Guitars

    Gateway Guitars

    Saint Louis, MO 63130

    I teach professional guitar and piano lessons in the home in the St. Louis and surrounding area. I have a background in classical, but I am flexible with many different musical styles, including pop, rock, jazz, blues, folk and country.

  • Altman Music Studio

    Altman Music Studio

    St. Louis, MO 63119

    I love to use the Faber books for my piano students. Piano methods include Faber and Faber and some Alfred books. I use the whole set of books including the lesson, theory, technique, and performance books. Professional organizations include Federation of music teachers, Piano Teacher's Round Table, World piano club, Missouri Music Teacher's Association, and National Music Teacher's Association. I cannot come to your home, due to the distance, but I offer skype lessons.
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  • Anchin Liaw Private Lessons

    Anchin Liaw Private Lessons

    St. Louis, MO 63110

    Hi! My name is Anchin Liaw and I started teaching private piano lessons starting in 2006. I have had 10+ years of experience studying and playing piano myself, and have loved getting to come alongside those who are interested in learning to play as well. I am also fluent in Mandarin Chinese and have experience tutoring others in Chinese in a fun and relaxed environment. I got my undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education and am now currently getting my master's degree in counseling. I am responsible, flexible, enthusiastic, and passionate about creating the best learning experience poss
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  • Christine Eunyoung Lee Piano Lessons

    Christine Eunyoung Lee Piano Lessons

    세인트루이스, MO 63123

    Hello, I'm Christine Eunyoung Lee (Just call me, Christine!). I had a chance to learn piano when I was 6 years old to be ready to play the piano in the church I went. Since that time, I spent a lot of time with piano. Even though I stop having piano lesson after 7 years to focus on my academic work (my parent's wish), I did not stop practicing the piano and majored in music education to become a music educator. After I graduated the college, I got the certification for teaching music in secondary school (2006). In 2010, I came in U.S to study music therapy. After I completed all required En
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  • Yulia Rife At Milder Musical Arts

    Yulia Rife At Milder Musical Arts

    Chesterfield, MO 63017

    Yulia received her Bachelor of Arts and Master’s Degree in Piano from the former Soviet Union where she worked as an accompanist and teacher for 14 years. She then continued teaching in Eastern Europe & the Middle East for three years before moving to St. Louis. She is a member of the Missouri Music Teachers Association. (MMTA) Many of Yulia’s select students compete in the District/State auditions as well as the Sonatina Festival each year. Yulia has been with the school since 2002 and teaches private piano lessons. She teachers serious students who are committed to
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  • Judy Pickerill Piano Lessons

    Judy Pickerill Piano Lessons

    St. Louis, MO 63122

    A 10-year-old male pianist has moved to stay with a grandmother because of changes in his family life. . He lives in the Parkway School District in St..Louis County, Missouri. I love teaching him, but it is a 30-minute-plus drive for me. It would be a joy to enroll other students in the area. I have two bachelor's degrees (Performance Piano and Journalism/Communications) from the University of Illinois. At that institution I was a James Scholar, Mortar Board recipient and, editor of the Daily Illini.. My piano students have won many awards and -- just as significantly -- a number of them
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  • Mracek Studios

    Mracek Studios

    St. Louis, MO 63146

    Mracek Studios: Discover the best in every child or adult that enters the studio. Whether you're looking to give your child the gift of a life-long skill and leg-up in the classroom today or are just interested in enjoying music more yourself, Mracek Studios is your musical home! We offer Piano, Voice, & Composition lessons from beginners to concert level and beyond, with a proud record of both theory and practical preparation.  Mracek Studios features a fully dedicated studio setting conveniently located in St. Louis County.  Ann Mracek, known affectionately as "Miss Ann"
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  • Milder Musical Arts

    Milder Musical Arts

    Chesterfield, MO 63017

    Founded in 1978 as Yamaha Music School, Milder Musical Arts (formly Beverly Milder’s Musical Art) has grown to over 600 students. Our success is attributed to our amazing teaching staff of music degreed teachers and our enduring philosophy: We teach the joy and love of learning music. We offer private and group piano, guitar, voice and violin lessons and piano and voice combination lessons to individuals of all ages.  We are located in Chesterfield Missouri and have students attending classes from Ladue, Creve Coeur, Town and Country and many other areas with in the greater St.
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  • Melodic Rhythms

    Melodic Rhythms

    Belleville, IL 62221

    1-on-1 & group lessons with the best professional musicians and teachers in the St. Louis area. Melodic Rhythms is the metro-east's leader in music education.  With a decade of excellence and thousands of students taught, you know that you are getting the absolute best with lessons at Melodic Rhythms.  Our teachers are not only the best musicians in their field, they are also the most professional teachers that specialize in the instruments taught Just because you can play it does not always mean you can teach it. Experience the difference with Melodic Rhythms. Now 2 locatio
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  • Tower Music

    Tower Music

    Fenton, MO 63026

    Tower Music's lesson program is for students of ALL AGES. We have been giving lessons in this area for over 40 years, and have taught students anywhere from the ages of 5 to 105! All private lessons are tailored to fit each individual student, so no matter what your age, your skill level, or your favorite style of music, we can help you successfully grow as a musician.  We have been in business since 1947 and have offered lessons in the Fenton area since 1966
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  • Ryan Murphy Music Lessons

    Ryan Murphy Music Lessons

    O'Fallon, MO 63366

    Ryan Patrick Murphy is the Music Director at St. Barnabas the Apostle Catholic Church in O’Fallon, Missouri, where he serves as organist, choirmaster, and cantor for liturgies in the Ordinary and Extraordinary forms of the Roman Rite every week. He recently completed a six month term as Interim Organist of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, during which he played for over fifteen bishops, Carlo Maria Viganò, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, and Louis Alphonse of Bourbon, Duke of Anjou. Mr. Murphy has also served as the Organist, Choirmaster, and Cantor of the Oratory
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  • Piano Instructions By Betty Jane Ruckman

    Piano Instructions By Betty Jane Ruckman

    Florissant, MO 63033

    I am an effective teacher, having taught students ages 4 - 84 beginners to advanced.  I also teach diverse types of special needs students.  All types and styles of music, including improvisation, classical style, reading lead sheets and church musician.

  • Toben Music Studio

    Toben Music Studio

    Ballwin, MO 63021

    I am a life-long mucisian with Classical training in Voice & Piano.  I have taught music for 30+ years, privately and in school class rooms from preschool to high school.  I specialize in the young beginner and work to keep the parents engaged in the learning process of their child.  I offer 2--3 recitals/year, hosted at the Steinway Piano Gallery.

  • Fazio's Music

    Fazio's Music

    Ballwin, MO 63011

    When we created our lesson program at Fazio's Music, our primary focus was on making it fun. We believe that if we made it fun, students would naturally learn along the way. We focus on making music fun, as it should be! We have some absolutely fantastic instructors - folks we have hand picked because of their incredible talent and their wonderful spirit. Our folks teach using the music you love - this helps you learn at a faster rate.
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  • Sarah's Piano Studio

    Sarah's Piano Studio

    St. Louis, MO 63117

    I recently finished my doctorate in piano performance and collaborative piano at LSU and relocated to the St. Louis area.  I am looking to build a studio for students who are beginner through advanced.  I have taught private lessons for the past 18 years.  Teaching is a passion of mine and I am looking for students who are excited to learn and ready for a commitment!

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St Louis Piano Lessons

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A piano is a musical instrument that produces sounds by the simple tapping of hammers on the metallic wires within it - just as you tap keys on the keyboard. It is harmonious to the ear but very complex to learn. Do you want to learn how to play piano? Then there are teachers in St. Louis, MO that can handle you efficiently by giving lessons. Before you go on to look for a teacher, there are things you have to consider, and they are as follows;

Who is a Good Teacher?

Here is what you really need to do in order to get a good piano teacher in St. Louis, MO.

A good teacher should have experience in piano playing for at least one or years. As a matter of fact, a good teacher must have played in both informal and formal occasions, owing to the fact that you cannot claim you are good without having played before a large audience or congregation. Most times, to get a good teacher requires you hiring a college musician as they have learned to play professionally and are always exposed to playing it often. However, you can ascertain the experience of a piano teacher by making a thorough inquiry on the performance of their past students and common weaknesses observed in them owing to the fact that no player is absolutely perfect. Also, you can ask the teacher to show some skills by playing a little.

In everything you do that involves cash, you should be able to check the cost before diving into it. Although, this is the last question you should ask after you have seen a teacher, but you should have two or more good teachers in mind to be able to have a proper idea on the cost of the lesson. Remember, getting a good teacher is one thing and the cost of the lessons is another. The cost of service can be low, but the cost of transportation can increase the total cost of the service. Some teachers collect less pay per lesson but operate from a far place which may even make their training costs increase, whereas others collect low pay but operate within St. Louis, MO.

As a matter of fact, no matter how good your neighbor may be on a piano keyboard, it does not make him a professional. Of course, you should know that your neighbor teaching you how to play piano may be quite cheaper than getting the same from a qualified teacher. Though, a professional teacher may charge higher, you can be sure of engaging a professional, knowledgeable on the subject. It may also interest you to know that a professional teacher will add other values to the teaching such as career counselling, coaching, mentoring, psychology, advice and many others values. Thus, when considering the cost of learning piano, also put into consideration other values you may acquire in the process of learning from an expert.