Piano and guitar lessons are held in Dan the Piano Man's shop studio which is comforting to both me and my students. Know that you are walking into a professional, clean, and welcoming environment with a piano that is always in tune!
I have been a musician for 15 years, currently teaching both piano and guitar while finishing my AFA at SFCC. From there I will continue at a 4 year college for music education. Dr. Rosi Guerrero at SFCC has encouraged me to teach piano and has given me her full support.
I enjoy being a part of someone's musical journey and knowing that not only are they learning from me, but that I am learning from them.
Took time to meet me where I was, skill wise. He's wonderful!
First lesson is free to establish a relationship and understand what your goals are. I want to know what you know, what types of songs you want to learn, and tell you a bit about myself.
I taught myself guitar and am working towards my AFA at SFCC. My goal is to obtain my Masters in Music.
Cost: A month of lessons is paid for in advance, $60 ($15/lesson).
Cancellations: Please call me or the office 24 hours in advance before a cancellation and it will be credited towards the next month.
New Students: First lesson is always free!! Contact the office to set up a time.
Dr. Rosi Guerrero at SFCC has consistantly encouraged to teach and offered her 100% support. I started teaching guitar this summer and have availability for more students in both guitar and piano.
Thanks to Dan the Piano Man's, I now have a wonderful piano and studio to offer piano lessons! I was hesitant before because I lacked a quality piano in my home.
I have worked with beginner and intermediate students on both guitar and piano. The youngest I've accepted is a 5 year old, but that's on a case to case basis.
What is your goal(s)? i.e. do you want to learn a song or to for someone special in your life or do you want to master piano/guitar?
What is are 1-5 songs you want to work towards learning?
What do you know about the instrument you are wanting to learn?
What do you know about music theory?
What's your learning style?
Would you consider yourself a beginner, intermediate, advanced, or somewhere in between?