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I get questions and requests from time-to-time to hear from my students. What do they think of my creative teaching style? What’s it really like to learn from me?
In this episode, you’ll hear from one of my actual students, Tim. Find out why he has 2 piano teachers and what his dad thinks about our lead sheet and improvisation studies. Plus hear us jam together at the end!
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- What my student loves about piano
- Why he has 2 teachers and what are different focuses are
- Why my student’s dad wishes he did piano exams
- How they found me and became students
- What’s different between the teaching styles
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Which of Tim’s words of wisdom stuck out to you?
Did you agree with what he said about students getting to learn what they want? What did you think of his dad’s perspective on exams?