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Piano Teachers in Ohio, US who teach Sight-Reading Piano Lessons

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Amy Kendall

With my piano students, I want them to be fluent music readers. Each student has specific tastes, so I supplement all my piano students lessons with music choices that appeal to them. I try to balance “work” and “fun” as far as learning the elements of music goes, so that they enjoy the process and the results.