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A good piano teacher will help you understand and feel music more deeply, and to express yourself through your instrument. You should feel inspired to play and encouraged to grow into your potential. We would like to help you find a piano teacher who teaches in a way that works best for you. Wouldn't it be great to sit comfortably at the piano and have music flow freely through you? Almost anyone can learn to play music with time, practice, and guidance from a piano teacher who knows the way.

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Teacher location Will come to your home? Ages preferred Levels taught Styles taught Years of experience
LeahBrammercontactPortola Valleynoallallclassical, improvisation, Suzuki25
LazarDimitrovcontactBelmontyesallallall30
DeniseNaevecontactSan Francisco and San Joseyesallallall25
KatherineGavarinicontactLos Altosnoallallall30

Leah Brammer

Leah Brammer is a pianist, a teacher, a writer, and a mentor. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in piano and has studied Suzuki method with the co-founder of Suzuki piano method, Dr. Haruko Kataoka.

Leah maintains the Core Suzuki Piano studio in Portola Valley where her mission is to develop students of high character and ability through piano study. Additionally, she trains teachers and students around the United States. View her website at http://www.coresuzukipiano.net.

Lazar Dimitrov

In my teaching approach I find that demonstrating works best to show the way and inspire my students. My teaching starts with developing basic technical ability to play the piano, then after mastering some of the fundamentals like fingering, rhythm, legato and pedaling, we can specialize more on classical, pop, or jazz. I also make specific recommendations on concerts, records, articles and books that could be helpful to you. I'd like to suggest to all prospective students to look at their first lessons as "trial lessons". You can always change your teacher and you should, if you are not getting the results you want.

Denise Naeve

Denise Naeve has a Bachelor's Degree in Vocal Music from Iowa State University, a Master's Degree in Vocal Performance and Piano Pedagogy from Southern Illinois University, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the California Institute of Integral Studies where she studies Philosophy, Cosmology and Consciousness from a musical perspective. With an interest in musician's health, wellness, and uniquely personal creative expression combined with a passion to draw upon the innate individual strengths of each student, Ms. Naeve enjoys the variety of teaching all styles of music to all ages.

 

 

 

 

 

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