Hello, my name is Paul Landinez and I have 12 years of experience privately teaching people of all ages, basic and average levels, classical and some popular music. I was a classically trained musician at AMV Conservatory of Fine Arts and Performing Arts Conservatory of NYC , also I have been performing Classical Music for various public and private venues, playing mostly Chopin.
Learning music helps your life's expansion and it gives you a new skill.
Starting now with the right guidance
will create brain cells growth helping your child improve school tasks and achieve more subjects on daily basis .
I teach each student differently, based on their needs and passions.
It is a pleasure making people happier by teaching them music and giving them new open doors and opportunities for a life expansion.
The way you will learn is based in the pure Technique such as Cerny, Hannon, Beller between others and with the right approach it creates a fine classical pianist.
Becoming a classical pianist around the world is not just prestigious but it's a smart decision because the salary fees range between as less as $25 hour to $75.000 concert venue, and $95.000 annually, depending upon the amount of work a pianist secures, plus, it is a beautiful lasting lifetime career.
What is needed to start?
You need a basic Yamaha Electric piano around the reference DGX-660 88-key or a simple upright piano and the cost is around $1.000 worth for right learning, and starting piano method book that I will provide you the list.
Between baseball, soccer, karate and cell phones, children’s and teens schedules are packed with fun activities. If you were on the fence about adding piano lessons into the weekly grind, here are a few reasons why piano lessons might be an important activity for your child to be involved in.
3) Piano lessons boost self-esteem.
Piano lessons offer an activity where children can learn to accept and utilize constructive criticism. Overcoming negative feedback with practice and accomplishing goals will help build confidence and self-esteem in students. Recitals and other other performances will help build confidence in other non musical areas such as public speaking. Also, having a musical skill can help a child stand out from everyone else, further adding to their self confidence.