Tracy Hall
8000 Oakdell Way , #17012, San Antonio TX, 78240
Instruments: Ear Training, Early Music, Piano, Theory
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Kids
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate
Experience: 12 years
Rate: $30 / hr
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Personal Statement
I have been teaching since the age of 15. I LOVE teaching piano and music theory to students of all ages!

I received my bachelors of arts in Music Marketing from the University of Texas at San Antonio where. Throughout High School and College I performed in numerous recitals and local competitions.

While attending UTSA, I was the band leader for the UTSA Campus Crusade for Christ Praise and Worship team for 2 years.

During my music studies at UTSA, I was trained in classical music performance, history, theory and Jazz performance.
Education / Training
I started piano at the age of 12 with Karen Hudson. My senior year of high school I started taking lessons with Anya Grokhovski. As a music student at UTSA, I studied under Elizabeth Gutierrez.
I have been teaching for 12 years.
I have my bachelors of arts in Music Marketing from UTSA.
I completed the teacher training for Music Together in the summer of 2011.


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