Frank King
6 Beechwood Lane, Burlington Township NJ, 08016
Instruments: Piano
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Electronic, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 30 years
Rate: $50 / hr
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Personal Statement
I'm a degreed professional whose areas of specialization are private, personalized instrumental instruction on the piano, electronic keyboards, and trumpet. Proudly serving New Jersey's Burlington and Mercer counties in the convenience of your home or my studios, I teach most musical genres including praise and worship music employing a technique I call "individualization" in which lessons are specially personalized to maximize productivity, motivation, and satisfaction. Having in excess of thirty years educational experience with students ranging in age from three to over eighty years of age, I also conduct composition, theory, and improvisation classes. I hold three annual recitals with a special emphasis on performance confidence before an audience that generalizes to any audience experience. For detailed information, you can visit my website:
Education / Training
B.A. Music Education, Trenton State College

M.A. Musicology, Trenton State College


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