We found 7 instructors for Piano (Classical) lessons in and around Alabaster, AL.


Sam Davis

Sam Davis

Piano (Classical)

I like to teach students how to read music, but also how to be free with music and enjoy it. Some students get discouraged when they have to read so much music, so I like to mix in reading with other aspects of playing like, improvising, chord playing, finger picking, etc. I like to teach a bit of theory so the students know what they are playing and why they are playing what they're playing....

Hoover, AL  35226

Heather Reid

Heather Reid

Piano (Classical)

Vocally: I want a student to be able to sing any style of music correctly, without causing harm to the vocal cords, and feel comfortable and confident. My most enjoyable moment is when I watch a student learn confidence, and begin to have pride in their performance. Piano: My philosophy of teaching piano is that I want a well-rounded student. I want them to have an excellent ear, be...

Homewood, AL  35209

Annie Edwards

Annie Edwards

Piano (Classical)

Theory and Ear training based approach. Theory teaches the basics that appliees to scales, intervals and chordal structure. Ear training teaches the discernment of recognizing pitch, intervals, and music modes.

Birmingham, AL  35211

Rachel Williamson

Rachel Williamson

Piano (Classical)

I believe each child learns differently. Some children work well with abstract and theoretical concepts others take a much more hands-on approach. I believe it is the job of the teacher to determine what works best for each individual student and teach accordingly. One of the most important things I have learned as a teacher is that it is a disservice to the child to assume that they can't...

Birmingham, AL  35205

Russell Hallman

Russell Hallman

Piano (Classical)

In the context of studying voice, I have found the most successful and beneficial approach to be unlocking the voice. Every voice is unique, and many teachers fall into the trap of trying to make the voice something it is not and cause harm as a result. Especially in younger students whose voices are maturing, it is best to teach basics only breathing, posture, theory, sight-singing, tone,...

Birmingham, AL  35233

aaron mcgee

aaron mcgee

Piano (Classical)

I believe everyone can learn something. I believe students have various learning styles and patterns. Teaching requires a caring and nurturing spirit. A teacher must have complete knowledge of subject matter and the personality that makes students want to learn.

birmingham, AL  35202

Reginald Harris

Reginald Harris

Piano (Classical)

In elementary school I started lessons on how to play the piano for 3 years. After grade school, I personally restarted teaching myself different musics, by ear and by notes. In college I was under a music teacher in vocals and learned the basic aspects in musical terminology and execution for 2 years. Now I'm currently seeking education in music as a minor at AUM in Montgomery, AL.

Marion, AL  36756