LESSONS DURING COVID
update 9-16-20:I am doing in person lessons for those who request it. No pressure! Whatever is comfortable for your family :-)
Currently, I have times available on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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I've also been doing online lessons. If your child is new to piano let's get them some books ordered and get started!
For intermediate students, I can jump in where they left off.
For motivated adults, I can help guide you along and answer questions and give ideas. I'm also available to help with songwriting and guitar.
I have a lesson space north of Seattle and charge $30/half hour, $40/45 min, and $50/ hour.
For lessons at your home I charge $35/half hour, $50/45 min, and $65/hour.
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For online lessons, I can adapt to whatever works whether it's 2 fifteen minute lessons a week or one half hour a week(great for young beginners), an hour once a week(good for intermediate), or forty five minutes as needed(this option is usually best for adults).
Pricing will vary depending on lesson frequency and length. For example $35/week for two 15 minute lessons Or one half hour lesson, $45/week for hour long, or $40 for 45 min as needed lessons.
Looking forward to meeting you!
I myself am a singer/songwriter. I record, perform, and make music videos. Prior to teaching music I worked as a tech support specialist at Bertschi Elementary School in Seattle. Before that I did help desk and sales at The Seattle Mac Store in the University District.
I teach piano lessons in the Seattle, Bothell, and Kenmore areas. I also teach singing, beginning guitar and songwriting. I teach classical, pop, and theory on piano and guitar for children 5 years and older. I incorporate iPad apps for rhythm, note recognition, recording, timing, and extra fun. I know every person is different and so is my approach to teaching them. I'm a fun teacher and I enjoy nurturing creativity. I especially love it when I can help a student with a song they wrote or when they say they will never be able to play something because it's too hard and then we work on it and they discover they can play it!