Keyboard Piano Lessons in Individual Piano Lessons within United States
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Shirley Friar, MT-BC, CPE Chaplain
Degrees: BME, MM, MEd.
Experience in various educational, mental health, and spiritual environments with focus on musicianship skills and aptitude identification strengths and challenges through creative systematic study of the piano keyboard lessons, with vocal concepts presented. Board-Certified Clinician through the Certification Board of Music Therapists, Inc.
"One should learn to discern a book, but not necessarily by its COVER!" Proverbs 19: 20, 21; Proverbs 16:3; Proverbs 4:7, Jeremiah 29:11.
The above phrase is based on an on-going research-based interdisciplinary approach to educational models and concepts for learning utilizing music therapy as a base-line for discovery and self-actualization. All Ages! Area of geriatrics and mental challenges welcomed!
Be Careful Potential Students - You Must Give Me The Correct and Accurate Information for Location of Piano Keyboard Lessons! Currently I am an itinerant piano keyboard teacher and will meet you at your home, or make arrangements with you otherwise. You must contact me either by phone or email, please.
Being a passionate musician and singer, my desire is to impact men and women, young and old, regardless of their background, culture, race, gender or color with this God given musical gift. Anybody can learn music. Having been born and raised in church, my ultimate goal is to Enhance Quality Music, Psalm 33:3. I've been in the music industry professionally for over 20 years now. I've played and taught music across Africa, Europe and now America. I bring to my students diversity. I teach how to read music and also play by ear.
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.