3 Piano Tutors Found Near Fargo, ND



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Tamara L.

Piano Tutor

Fargo, ND 58103

Will travel 10 miles

$25 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

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Skilled and expedient proofreader, editor, and writer ...and more

I began playing piano as a child, taking lessons throughout elementary school and high school. I was able to practice at home and at school and became quite proficient. My piano playing skills allowed me to compete and perform as well as occasionally accompany vocalists (while in high school performance choir). I also played piano as entertainment for a department banquet in 1995). I still play to this day. I take pride in a job well done and helping others to do the same. Having completed my BA in Anthropology (with a minor in Criminal Justice) and graduating Magna Cum Laude, and complet [more]


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Jeff A.

Piano Tutor

East Grand Forks, MN 56721

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Music Tutoring

At the age of 6, I began taking private piano lessons, starting a lifelong love of playing the piano. While studying for and obtaining two degrees in music, the piano was a crucial tool in all aspects of music. Even as an adult, after my college training in music was done, I continue to play, study, and teach the piano. As a composer and arranger, and when producing recordings, the piano is a critical instrument. I really enjoy tutoring people and helping them understand their subject better. With more than 35 years of experience teaching at universities, public schools, community education pr [more]


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Daniel T.

Piano Tutor

Watertown, SD 57201

Will travel 30 miles

$24 per hour.

4.83 18 ratings

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Spanish Native and Music Specialist

I have a Bachelor of music degree in piano performance, 1994, from Asbury University. I have a Master of music degree in piano performance, 1995, from the University of South Dakota. My experience as a Spanish native goes back to years ago while growing up in Paraguay. After moving to the United States in 1986 with my parents, I realized that each Spanish speaking country has its own way of making their Spanish language sound unique. My Spanish grammar developed further as I studied English. As I mastered both of these languages, I realized that when translating both languages back and forth, [more]