English speaking Piano Teachers who teach Classical Piano Lessons
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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.
An accomplished pianist, piano teacher, accompanist, artist of chamber ensemble of Russian origin.
More than 15 years of experience as music teacher, piano accompanist, soloist.
Excellent sight reading, including partitur, transpose, play by hear, have a lot of experience working as accompanist (with vocalist, ensemble, choir) and as a music teacher at a professional level.
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)