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Masha Dubravin
28 Dina Court, Staten Island NY, 10306
Instruments: Other, Piano, Theory
Styles: Classical, Kids, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 20 years
Rate: $60 / hr
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Personal Statement
 
I offer piano lessons on Staten Island and Brooklyn for beginner and advanced students of all ages. My piano studio is located on Staten Island.

Nobody is too young or too old to experience the many benefits of learning to play an instrument. My goal is to make the learning of music fun and to demonstrate how it can enrich your life.

I encourage my students to develop at their own pace and to show them that anybody can play piano whether you want to become an amateur or pro. I put a great emphasis on the correct positioning of hands, fingering, phrasing and dynamics. After you have learned the fundamentals of playing notes, we try to create beautiful music.

We have an annual recital which my students and their families greatly enjoy.

Students are also offered to learn music theory.
 


 

I am considering taking lessons. Please contact me with further information. Thank you.
 
 
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