6 Piano Tutors Found Near Santa Clara, CA



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Hannah T.

Piano Tutor

Palo Alto, CA 94306

Will travel 5 miles

$360 per hour.

5.0 50 ratings

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Castilleja & Stanford alum; admissions, ISEE/PSAT/SAT, math

I played the piano competitively for 14 years at one of the top Bay Area studios and performed at the Junior Bach Festival, US Open Piano Competition, San Francisco Young Pianist Competition, among other venues. I also took piano classes at Stanford as an undergrad. I earned a B.A. in American Studies with a concentration in law, government, and political policy in American society in June 2011 from Stanford. I am a grateful 7 year alumna of Castilleja School. I adore working with children and adolescents, have recruited for start-ups as a freelancer, and worked at a mobile start-up funded by [more]


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Kristin W.

Piano Tutor

San Jose, CA 95123

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

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Piano/Music Teacher for Beginner to Advanced Students

I have been teaching through the Reading Keyboard Music series for over five years, and have been studying piano with former concert pianist Mr. Koo for seven years. Spring of 2014, I passed the Certificate of Merit Level 10. Spring 2015 I placed second in the USOMC Duo Competition, and fourth in the Contemporary Composers showcase competition. In February, 2017 I placed second in the USOMC Showcase competition, and first in the Duet competition. In July 2017, I placed first and second in two categories in the BAMA US International Piano Competition. I also study music theory and musicianship [more]


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Ilias C.

Piano Tutor

Palo Alto, CA 94309

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

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Music tutorials (piano, theory, history)

I have been teaching piano for over 25 years to a variety of student ages and backgrounds. I am also active as piano accompanist. Ilias C. is a scholar, author, composer and pianist. He received his Ph.D. in Music from Stanford University where he has been teaching since 1997 (as Lecturer since 2005). A Geballe Dissertation Prize Fellow at Stanford's Humanities Center (2001-2), he was elected, in 2010, Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies, and in 2010-11 he was appointed Kluge Fellow at the Library of Congress. In 2009, he became the first musicologist to be hired at an Economic [more]


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Brandon W.

Piano Tutor

Stanford, CA 94305

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

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Stanford Cell Biologist with a Passion for Teaching Others

I played jazz piano with the Philadelphia Clef Club jazz ensemble for 8 years. I taught piano lessons for 4 years to beginner students. I was classically trained from age 4-10, split my time between both disciplines from 10-15, and transitioned fully into jazz from 15-18. Especially proficient at music theory. Bioengineering is not just an academic discipline, it is a mindset. It is impossible to succeed in my major without being passionate, not just about the field itself, but about math, biology, chemistry, physics, computational modeling, medicine, and everything in between. I am a stude [more]


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Siyin M.

Piano Tutor

Newark, CA 94560

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

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An experienced tutor who cares a lot about students

I'm professionally trained and have played continuously for 18 years since I was six years old. I have received Level 10 Certificate in China, which is the highest level and the most recognized certificate as a piano player. Working my ways to get a music teacher credential, I've had a lot of students in the U.S., age from 6 to 60, and accumulated abundant experience in piano teaching. Besides that, I also worked part-time as a piano practice tutor (less instruction than the teacher but will sit with the students during their practice time) for several years. [more]


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Benjamin D.

Piano Tutor

Campbell, CA 95008

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.85 52 ratings

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General Education with emphasis on Math, Science, and Music.

BA, Music, cum laude, 2012, San Jose State University. I began piano lessons at age 3, and I've played a variety of instruments since then: piano, harpsichord, french horn, trumpet, flugelhorn, guitar, Brazilian percussion, recorder, and vocals. I have an unusually good ear and sence of pitch. I've participated in the Stanford Jazz Workshop on piano for the past 15 years, and I've studied under Randy Masters at the Community School of Music and Art in Mountain View and under Frank Sumares at San Jose State University. I play all types of music. I also do piano arrangements. [more]