6 Piano Tutors Found Near Sunnyvale, CA



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Tracy O.

Piano Tutor

San Jose, CA 95128

Will travel 25 miles

$20 per hour.

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Struggling students and music tutor/teacher

I have my BA in music history and piano performance. Since 2002, I have taught a multitude of children and young adults the rudiments of piano playing, music history, and music theory. I have also had experience setting up recitals for my students. I have 10+ years experience of teaching/tutoring. Half of that time at least has been teaching piano and soprano recorder to elementary school age students. The other half has been teaching academic subjects to elementary school age students. I adore children of all ages but my strong suit is the elementary school age. My teaching philosophy i [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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Christopher N.

Piano Tutor

San Jose, CA 95130

Will travel 0 miles

$80 per hour.

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Guitar and Music Teacher

In college I passed my piano proficiency classes. Now it is my primary instrument when writing music and when teaching composition. I am currently on faculty at West Valley College. When I am not teaching there I can be found playing at events and weddings as well as teaching students from my studio at home. I have been teaching music for the past five or so years. Teaching music has been my passion in life. What I love most about it is getting to work with students one on one. Through the time of our lessons I get to learn how they think and what is the most effective ways they learn. Then [more]



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Nicolas N.

Piano Tutor

Redwood City, CA 94063

Will travel 27 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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French Linguist / Socio-anthropologist / Historian

I have been playing the piano for 39 years. I attended the National Art & Music Conservatory in Paris, and I have extensive teaching experience. I graduated with a Doctorate, summa cum lauda, from Paris Sorbonne University, and have since carried out research in History and worked as a language consultant in different European countries. The latter involved teaching Language, Culture & Communication in schools and cultural institutions. For the last 10 years, I have taught to a wide range of pupils, primarily university students and government officials. I also have extensive experience teachi [more]


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Benjamin D.

Piano Tutor

Campbell, CA 95008

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

4.76 34 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]


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Brandon W.

Piano Tutor

Stanford, CA 94305

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 6 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]