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What options do I have for taking lessons on LoveMusicLearning.com?

Currently, there are 3 options for lessons: Online lessons via Skype, Facetime, etc. Video submission lessons In-person lessons Online Lessons: This is where we schedule a time during the week to meet via videoconferencing software like Skype, Facetime, etc. to conduct lessons. Online lessons can be regular, weekly lesson times, or variable if needed Video

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How much piano practicing should I be doing?

I prefer to ask how often, as frequency makes a big difference in a student’s progress. Piano playing is a difficult skill to develop, and the fewer days of practice, the harder it becomes. When students aren’t able to practice daily, they become frustrated because they are not able to play a piece they could

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What is your philosophy on teaching piano?

Basically, I take students at every age and level of ability. I believe everyone can get enjoyment from playing piano. I teach mostly classical, but if a student has an interest in jazz, hymns, or some other style, I will try to incorporate that into their repertoire. Once a student reaches a certain level of

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Why study piano?

Music is everywhere in our lives: not only in the home, but on TV, in cars, in stores, in churches, at fairs, and pretty much anywhere you can think of. Creating music is very rewarding for the individual, as it not only gives one a way to unwind after a hard day, there are many

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