New York, New York

Offering In-Home Lessons

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I have been teaching piano since I started my undergraduate education at Queens College. There, I wrote my own composition and performed with the chorus at various locations, such as Carnegie Hall. After earning my Bachelors, I continued teaching, and completed my graduate studies. Since I acquired a Masters in Music Education from Queens College, I have enjoyed using the various methods which I learned there. I have added many of my own, based on experience.

My greatest motivation in piano instruction is to inspire all children to play various genres of music successfully and with confidence. I aspire to find songs that interest students, so that I can ensure that the proper steps are taken little by little for accomplishment. In my experience, students respond well to positive reinforcement, productivity and encouragement. I enjoy finding the most efficient methods for students of all levels and with particular goals, and promoting creativity through the process!

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Piano Class

Evidence Based

  • Understand exactly how your student is doing

  • Record performance data with specialized data sheets

  • Use included "Progression Paths" to analyze data

  • Set clear goals to reach 

  • Learn how to adjust your appraoch based on objective data

The Young Method is an ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) based, individualized approach to learning the piano. Depending on how your student scores, they can proceed to different levels of manuals. These levels are refered to as Paths in this series.