If you are staying in Portland, Oregon and searching for great piano lessons, you might be interested to read this post. Here is a list of piano teachers you might be interested in:
Sven studied classical piano at German for 15 years and moved to Oregon in September 2000. He had been teaching classical piano lessons since year 1994. He provides 30 minutes – 1 hour piano lesson. One thing great about him is that he is willing to travel to your home to give you personal private piano instruction class. I seldom know great experienced teachers who are willing to work out of their own music school. He offers introductory special promotion course US$295 which includes 3 months lesson at your place plus a free method book.
4200 S.W. 107th Ave, Apt 104,
Beaverton, OR 97005
Chirstopher studied with Randolph Hokanson at the University of Washington. He later earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at University of Oregon. He has vast experience in piano performances. He is a regular piano soloist in concertos with many orchestras. He now resides in Portland and is on the adjunct music faculty of Marylhurst College. He is available if you are musically talented and like to learn your advanced classes in classical piano.
Megan has 25 years of teaching experience. She develops innovative teaching tools to make music reading and playing accessible to all. She gives seminars in the teaching of adult students. She can teach all types of music which the students prefer and love to learn.
Zachary is young and energetic music tutor. He teaches beginner piano lesson and also guitar lesson. You can take private lesson at his studio at Portland or he can drive to your house too. If you want to learn music just for the fun without the needs to going through pressure exams, Zachary suits you well.
Amelia provide piano lessons for kids. Many music teachers focus solely on technique and Reading and their lessons, but this is not enough to give students a good understanding of and interest in music. Amelia offers a fully integrated program including technique, reading, music theory, music history and other subjects that other teachers see as extras.
Gordon has been teaching piano for 32 years both privately and for several different colleges. He is also a classically trained jazz pianist who performs on a regular basis throughout the Northwest. He leads a jazz piano trio and works with a singer. He like to get a student out of method books into real music as soon as possible. He also feels that a student should have a grasp of theory so he emphasized that especially with older students.
Theresa has 10 years of experience in giving formal private piano lessons in Portland. Her lessons include not only the usual technique and classical repertoire, but also include theory, learning to play in every key from the beginning, ear training, composition, improvisation, a repertoire of various styles of music. She uses the Robert Pace method unless another method is specifically desired.
Norm has been a music teacher since 1978. He studied and received his degree in New York City. He has been awarded two Platinum Records, and has performed professionally. Now he conducts Blues Piano Lessons at Portland Oregon.
I still think that self-taught piano lesson is the most effective. Learn more from www.pianologist.com