3 Piano Tutors Found Near Fargo, ND



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Elise O.

Piano Tutor

Grand Forks, ND 58201

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

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Experienced Tutor Specializing in Psychology

I have been playing piano for 17 years. In my years as a piano student, I was often paired with younger students for duets in order to teach them practice techniques and to provide encouragement. In the past 6 years as a nanny and caregiver, I have helped many children (ages 6-13) with their piano theory, practice and performance. I'm Elise! I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice, with a minor in Political Science. I chose to continue my education and I am currently a first year law student. I like to go the extra mile for the students I tutor to [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]