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Dr. Susan Hurley
Area(s) of Instruction: Piano, Composition, Theory
Website: www. susanhurley.com
Dr. Susan Hurley (“Dr. Sue”) offers beginning through intermediate piano as well as composition and theory for beginners through professional. Doctoral degree from Indiana University, Master’s degree from Eastman, both in composition and theory. Teaching experience with all ages, K-University.
Area(s) of Instruction: Piano, voice, music education
Marzena Pietra, M.M.
Area(s) of Instruction: Piano, Theory
***Enriching Life Through Music***
I want my students to love what they play and how they play it.
Teaching students of all ages from the most inexperienced beginner to advanced. Customizing lessons so that you enjoy your learning while developing strong understanding of music. Emphasis is on attractive repertoire, note reading and technique which allows students to love their own playing. Rewards, certificates and recitals. 30 years of piano teaching experience, Masters in Music Education. Director of Prosser Piano Academy since 1998. Independent teacher.
Peter Renhard – Studio Openings Available
Area(s) of Instruction: Piano, Guitar
***Will travel to your home***
Professional performer with a BFA degree in music and a BA in education. After trying to reach 30 or more students in a classroom, I find getting to really know students as individuals and working with them one-on-one is much more satisfying for both of us. I can guarantee success to anyone. I teach in the privacy of your home. My emphasis is on fundamental skills and techniques. It is an easy step-by-step course. You will learn to play by ear as well as by note. My course includes theory, composition, arranging, improvising and expression.
Area(s) of Instruction: Piano, Music Theory
I absolutely love teaching piano and music theory to people of all ages and backgrounds. I have a patient, outgoing, and calm personality that works well with the challenges of learning a new instrument. I love the enthusiasm and excitement my students bring to their learning journey — it’s contagious! I thoroughly enjoy helping my students express themselves through playing artistically, composing, and improvising. I bring with me 19 years of experience working with people with physical, developmental, and learning disabilities, so I have learned to be flexible and adaptable to different learning styles and needs. I look forward to hearing from you!