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  • Reverb Lessons

    Reverb Lessons

    Charlotte, NC · Lana A.

    (3 reviews)

    Reverb Lessons is on a mission to make learning to play, sing or create music as easy as possible. Unlike a traditional music lesson company, Reverb Lessons has designed its customer experience around you: simply sign up online, book a time with your instructor and explore your creative side. You have the choice of taking lessons online, at the instructor's location, or at your place — whatever works best for you. All payment is taken care of head of time, so no need to worry about having cash for your lesson. Reverb Lessons puts all of its teachers through a rigorous interview process, ensuri
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  • Classical, Jazz And Pop With Emphasis On Technique And Sound.

    Classical, Jazz And Pop With Emphasis On Technique And Sound.

    Matthews, NC · Tracey Baetzel

    *University of Michigan, Bachelor of Music (With Distinction) *Member, Ann Arbor Piano Teacher’s Guild, *Ann Arbor Piano Teacher’s Guild Foundation Grant in 2014 to study electronic music sequencing, *Chamber music performances (2013) with members of the Life Sciences Orchestra wind section, *2010 workshop with Barbara Lister Sink (Eastman School of Music) on Alexander methods for teaching students to play freely and prevent injuries, *Accompanist for Life Sciences Orchestra concerto competitions, *2007 first round soloist at the Sorbonne (Paris), International Piano Amateur Competition,
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  • Piano Lessons From A Professional Pianist

    Piano Lessons From A Professional Pianist

    Charlotte, NC · Deryl Williams

    I have been a professional pianist/keyboardist.for 20+ years. I am classically trained. I have been teaching piano for 14+ years in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Arkansas, and Charlotte, NC. I attended the Berkelee School of Performing arts where I studied concert piano and advanced Jazz Theory. I teach and perform every genre: Classical, Jazz, Latin, R nB, POP, Rock, Blues, Gospel, etc, Music is my absolute passion and I utilize all methods both conventional and unconventional to help my students maximize on their musical potential and become the best musicians they can be.......
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  • Vivace Music Piano Harp Vocals

    Vivace Music Piano Harp Vocals

    Charlotte, NC · Valerie Stancik

    Hi I am a an active performer and teacher and love inspiring students of all ages in their study of piano and voice. I have many students who now perform or teach professionally and I specialize in preparing students for auditions and competitions.

  • NC Music Center

    NC Music Center

    Charlotte, NC · NC Music Center

    We provide private music lessons, small group instruction, and large ensemble music experiences to the youth of Charlotte, NC . We are proud to offer the best quality music lessons in piano, voice, violin, guitar and drums. We serve students from Charlotte, Matthews, Gastonia, Concord, Lake Norman, and most of the surrounding metro area in Charlotte. Our staff is composed of highly trained musicians and educators who care about your child’s success and are eager to help you develop your musical skills. We believe that music is an important building block to life skills such as: self discipline
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  • Todd Music Studio

    Todd Music Studio

    Charlotte, NC · Jonathan Todd

    I play and teaches all the orchestral string instruments, all forms of guitar, electric bass, and all forms of brass instruments. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree in trumpet performance from Emory and Henry College and then went on to earn a Master of Music degree in Trumpet Performance with a concentration in Music Theory and Composition from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He has performed in many ensembles throughout his career including: the New River Brass Quintet, the Symphony of the Mountains, the Monroe Symphony Orchestra, the Emory and Henry Trumpet Ensemble, the ULM sympho
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  • McMusic Lessons & Performances

    McMusic Lessons & Performances

    Fayetteville, NC · Kevin McClain

       I am formally educated freelance composer, musician, music teacher and sole proprietor of McMusic Lessons & Performances. I offer Beginning to intermediate guitar lessons and piano lessons, for all ages, with a concentration on technique, theory, and compositional analysis.    All Students receive a trial, half-hour session at no charge with no obligation to continue. This provides a chance for students to experience a lesson before paying for additional sessions.    Continuing students have the options to take lessons on a "Pay as you go" basis or prepay l
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  • Tiffany Wang Piano/ Chinese Lessons

    Tiffany Wang Piano/ Chinese Lessons

    夏洛特, NC · Tiffany Wang

    -First time tutoring so the price can be negotiable. -Can teach any topic that you need. -Native Chinese, and lv8 of piano certification in Chinese standards (the highest level is 10) -friendly and easy to talk with. -Highschool student

  • Piano Lessons With Patty

    Piano Lessons With Patty

    Cornelius, NC · Patricia Wasylyna

    I have been teaching piano for over 22 years. It is a love and passion I never tire of! I teach with a comprehensive approach, incorporating early note recognition, finger exercises, theory, and general skill. I strive to make learning fun while encouraging perfection and developing a love for the piano. I teach all ages and all levels. Many of my students have gone on to major in music or teach piano themselves. Music is a gift that enriches any life with unlimited pleasure and opportunity. It is my joy to pass it on!
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  • Queen City Royal Academy Of Music LLC

    Queen City Royal Academy Of Music LLC

    Charlotte, NC · Ludovica Tassani

    Italian musician got her Piano and Harpsichord Master degrees at the "G. Rossini" Conservatory in Pesaro, Italy. Loves performing and bringing her students on stage to perform. Ms. Tassani has been teaching for 30 and more years in Europe and in USA. Her students attended Conservatories and Music schools around the world.

  • Piedmont School Of Music & Dance

    Piedmont School Of Music & Dance

    Charlotte, NC · Daniel Wiley

    Piedmont School of Music & Dance in Charlotte and Kannapolis offers each student an ideal opportunity to receive personal and customized training from their teaching artist. Whether you are interested in piano, guitar, voice, or violin we will work with you to find the instructor best suited to your individual style and musical goals.

  • Charlotte Star Room

    Charlotte Star Room

    Charlotte, NC · Alexis Bruce

    Lessons at Star Room are taught in a Fun & Innovative way to keep you learning and growing! Train with professional artists & get tips and techniques to help you develop your voice & take you to the next level! Vocal Training: You will work hands-on in the vocal booth and develop essential skills while recording your favorite covers & original songs Instrumental Training: We offer Piano & Guitar lessons where You will work on songs of your choice and get hands-on training to help you master your instrument while having fun. Build Confidence In Yourself and Your Abilities!! V
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  • Nataliya's Piano Studio

    Nataliya's Piano Studio

    Charlotte, NC · Nataliya Bilousova

    Appreciate the beauty of the Piano. Feel the peace and calmness it brings with every movement of your fingers. I am here to teach you. 

  • Dorsett Piano Studio

    Dorsett Piano Studio

    Matthews, NC · Sue Dorsett

    I teach in my home studio and also in a local school of music. Each student is taught the basics of music reading, and how to interpret the dynamic marks, tempo markings, and other music words the composer used to indicate how the music is to be performed. We use computer studies to enhance the study of all music. Contact me now so we can get you started!

  • Kelsey's Keys Piano Studio

    Kelsey's Keys Piano Studio

    Mount Holly, NC · Kelsey Gilsdorf

    Kelsey has studied piano privately for 23 years and is a 2011 graduate of Bowling Green State University, where she received a Bachelor of Music in piano performance with a specialization in piano pedagogy. Previously a student at Cedarville University, she received two years of keyboard pedagogy training with Mrs. Connie Anderson and enjoyed private piano instruction with Dr. Charles Clevenger. After transferring to BGSU, Kelsey studied three years with Dr. Solungga Fang-Tzu Liu, and was also able to serve as president of the student chapter of BG OMTA (Ohio Music Teachers Association) for t
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  • Draper's Music Lessons

    Draper's Music Lessons

    Charlotte, NC · Grant Draper

    I have taught piano and sax lessons for 20 years.  I studied my jazz masters in New Orleans in my mid twenties and have played professionally since my first gig at Carowinds at 15 years old.  I have a degree from UNC Chapel Hill and UNCC in communciations and music performance.  My studies with over 10 doctorates of music and some of the most reknowned educators in the United States have taught me to be an effective and efficient teacher.  My professional experience and personality allow me to make music fun and interesting to my students.
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  • Haley Kim Piano Lessons

    Haley Kim Piano Lessons

    Charlotte, NC · Haley Kim

    I want everyone to have fun with playing. What I can contribute is to guide/instruct students in the simplest ways possible so that they can easily relate to the pictures they draw in their minds. In this way, I've seen students, children and adults alike, find it more feasible and definitely have more fun to learn new pieces of music.

  • Onstage School Of Performing Arts

    Onstage School Of Performing Arts

    Charlotte, NC · Christopher George

    I am happy yourself or your child is interested in music lessons!  There are so many ways in which music enriches our lives.  Our philosophy is that no matter the age of the student, having fun is the number one component to reaching your musical goals.  All of our instructors strive to maintain a fun and relaxed atmosphere in the lessons.   We are conveniently located in Ballantyne right off of 485 and Rea Road.  At Onstage, our instructors have many years of experience teaching and performing.  Most of our instructors have earned music degrees and if not, they
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  • Irina Monks Piano Teacher

    Irina Monks Piano Teacher

    Charlotte, NC · Irina Monks

    Russian- American trained pianist/ teacher welcomes new students to her studio. All levels and ages are welcome! Bachelor of Arts in Classical Piano, Masters of Music Pedagogy (St.Petersburg, Russia/ Charlotte, USA), a member of MTNA, church piano/organ accompanist. Various teaching methods and styles are used to suite the individual needs and abilities. Classical, Broadway, Pop, New Age, Improvisation. Pre-reading and reading for very young children. My studio is a warm, healthy environment that fosters creativity and love of music. It is a collaborative place where studen
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  • Lake Norman Lessons

    Lake Norman Lessons

    Davidson, NC · Mikie Huffman

    At Lake Norman Lessons, our experienced, talented, and dedicated instructors specialize in voice, piano, guitar, cello, and saxophone instruction. Our highly skilled, educated, professional instructors individually tailor each lesson to meet the growing needs of each and every arts and musical scholar. Lake Norman Lessons instructors also offer a variety of private music lessons and classes in professional studios throughout the Lake Norman, Catawba, Kannapolis, Concord and Greater Charlotte Metropolitan areas.
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  • Charlotte School Of Music

    Charlotte School Of Music

    Charlotte, NC · Jessica Borgnis

    I own Charlotte School of Music and have been teaching since I was 16 years old. I love what I do, and I have slowly built my studio to include a total of five teachers who live all over Charlotte. We come to your home, teach in our own homes, and do Skype/FaceTime lessons (preferred method!). We are members of Music Teachers' National Association, and you can check us out at My performing website is if you want to check me out. Thanks!Jessica
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Charlotte Piano Lessons

(3 reviews)

Piano lessons have been, and continue to be, both taught and learned throughout the world. It is a commonly held belief that taking piano lessons should be started at a very early age. It is also believed that taking piano lessons has to involve examinations in combination with constant practice. While living in Charlotte, NC, starting out as a beginner, it can take years and even decades to play like Maxim. Do you think these beliefs are true? Which of them is just a myth?

Myth 1: I Can’t Make Lots of Mistakes
The truth is, you will likely not be having piano lessons if you already know how to play Canon in D. Most teachers will teach you by starting with the basics and if they are a good teacher, they will let you learn by making mistakes. It actually helps to fix the problems.

For instance, fingering – eye movement – and other practice come along when you hit the beat. If you worry about making mistakes, then how are you going to play it well? Don’t be distracted by the fact that your teacher will point out your mistakes, because that’s what they are supposed to do. They do it to improve your piano skills. It is important to have self-confidence and not be afraid of making mistakes because practice makes perfect. It does.

Myth 2: I Should Have Started Piano Lessons When I Was Six
According to the personal experiences of many people who learned piano a little bit later in life, this is an incorrect perspective. If you have the will and the passion to learn, nothing can stop you from playing piano. Of course, a child may learn faster due to their natural ability to focus, but children don’t necessarily have the burning desire of an adult who decides to take piano lessons. At the Charlotte, NC Academy, many adults are actually beginners. While some begin to pick up the previous lesson where they left off; some adults are just getting started.

Myth 3: I Have to Learn Physical Technique Before I Am Able to Play Music
Accuracy is by far one of the most important aspects, but there are other things that are also important - and you will need a lot of practice. Interpreting the repertoire might not come in a day but you can learn it by doing it over and over. Fingering technique is learned while you play the music. It comes naturally as you blend in the music with your expression. There are indeed, difficulty levels but that should not be a barrier.

Myth 4: Long Sessions Will Make You Learn Faster
This is not true. The longer you learn, the more information your brain has to try to process in a day. The best way is to learn is to study 30 minutes per day and practice the new things you learned that day before the next meeting.

Myth 5: An Online Directory Will Never Find You a Good Teacher
This is not true. In Charlotte, NC for instance, has accepted many applicants of students and teachers for piano lessons and they have testified how satisfied they are to finally meet the right teacher.