Private Piano Teachers in Maryland, United States
On this page we have prepared you a list of piano teachers in Maryland, United States that accept new piano students. Please choose one that you like and click on a selected piano teacher to see more details about it, and on that page if you have any question, you can always contact that teacher directly with the help of a contact form on the public piano teacher profile page, once you do that, please give 1 day for a teacher to reply to your message.
Private piano lessons for children and adults. Beginner to early advanced. Weekday, weeknight, and weekend lessons available. The E.C. King Piano Studio teaches children and adults from the beginner to the early advanced stage. The Studio is located at my home in Laurel, Maryland. I continually assess student goals and strengths to personalize their lessons. Each weekly lesson is a one-on-one private lesson.
Hewlett's Music Studio is based in Baltimore Maryland - a city with a rich cultural heritage that has both hosted and been the birthplace of many notable musicians and musical acts. This makes Baltimore the perfect backdrop for creative endeavors and musical excellence! Each of us is born with talent, it just takes experienced hands to help Cultivate, Nurture, and Awaken that talent that is within. Mr. Hewlett brings years of excellence in music and teaching to each student that visits his studio, and under his guidance you can be sure that your time and money will be very well spent.
An experienced music teacher and teaching piano lessons and music theory for all level children to adult. The music Studio is a positive learning place and enthusiastic atmosphere, piano lessons on a 5'10" grand piano. Beatrice emphasizes proper technique and music theory for all of her students, her ultimate goal is to create well-rounded musicians. Students can opt to take piano examination and music theory examination.
Beatrice is a music teacher with 20 years of teaching piano lessons and music theory for all ages. She emphasizes proper technique and music theory for all of her students. When students become more advance, she will then incorporate more piano literature and music history. She believe that the foundation of study music must be have solid technique, and a strong knowledge of music theory will help students become better sight-readers.
Beatrice is an active member of music teacher's associations:
Music Teachers National Association (MTNA)
Maryland Music Teachers Association (MMTA)
Anna Arundel Music Teachers Association (AAMTA)