Dror P Music
I have been teaching for many years and have the experience plus plenty patience. I've worked with many students and published piano music for students that's been used all over the world. I love sharing my knowledge and real passion for music with my students!
I enjoy meeting new people, new musicians at any stage of their musical journey and try helping them figure out how to move forward to the next stage.
Able to read music
Student has instrument
Interested musical styles
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
I teach classical music, Jazz, and everything in between. I try to provide a solid musical foundation and help my students to define and accomplish their goals with the student's ongoing enjoyment of making music as a top priority.
I believe that only by being sensitive to each student needs, and abilities, and working steadily with a program that's tailored to each individual student, true progress can be made.
I believe that learning is best attained in a relaxed, supportive environment with good communication between student and teacher.
I try to recognize and encourage and develop composition & improvisation at any age and level.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Education: BFA, Jazz: Rimon school of music.Israel.
Education: BA, Music @ SUNY ESC NY
Worked privately with a few masters internationally.
What types of students have you worked with?
All levels are welcome. I've taught in the past first time beginners and worked with seasons pianists as well. Where ever you are on your musical journey I'm happy to help you progress to the next level
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
A good experienced teacher would know how to help you move forward quicker, the correct way and more efficiently. We all like to save a penny but sometimes working with a less experienced teacher wouldn't produce the results you could have reached and you'd be actually waisting time and money. It's better to take bi-weekly lessons with an experienced teacher if you're on a tight budget vs cheap weekly lessons with a non-expert.