Lillian Simmons is the owner-teacher. She is a native Cuban. She studied piano in her youth for nine years at the International Conservatory of Music and at the Raisa Olivé Musical Institute in Havana, Cuba. She completed two years of college with an Education major at University of New Orleans. The studio is located in the Chisholm Valley neighborhood in Round Rock, close to La Frontera. Member of the National Guild of Piano Teachers, Teacher Division of American College of Musicians, USA; and Music Teachers National Association
It's great to see kids be enabled to express their emotions through music.
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With new students I first determine their degree of expertise. If they are beginners, I use the Piano Adventures Method. This is a very reputable method. For advanced students I use Schirmers classics.
I studied piano for nine years at International Conservatory of Music and at Raisa Olivé Musical Institute in Havana, Cuba. I completed two years of college at University of New Orleans with an
Educationi major. I have taught piano for ten years. Some of my students have achieved very advanced levels.
My price is $21 per class plus books and event fees.
I have always loved piano. It has helped me in difficult times of my life. Friends kept asking me if I taught piano. Most of my life I worked as a legal secretary. I retired and I started teaching friends.
I have worked with very bright students, and I have worked with slow students. I have also had students who have disabilities.
Several of my students got Superior ratings in Festivals of the Bluebonnet Music Teachers Association. And they performed in Honors Recitals of the BMTA. Some of my students have performed in Ensembles of BMTA. Some of my students have completed all twelve level examinations of music theory at BMTA.
The teacher must love music.
Is the student interested? Is the student willing to practice?