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Hello! My name is Elise Moltz. I teach individualized, fun, one-on-one piano lessons over Zoom. My goal with any student is to foster their love of music and give them the skills to advance towards their personal goals. I teach classical, jazz, pop, improvisation, and composition. Each of my lessons is as varied as the many students I teach. I earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the prestigious Oberlin Conservatory of Music and have over 10 years of teaching experience. I value the accessibility of music education and offer a limited number of spots at income-based sliding-scale fees. You can find out more about this and about my teaching here www.instagram.com/pianowithelise/ or on my website pianowithelise.com.
It’s exciting to see students play music that is more and more difficult, but the biggest wins I see are in their personal growth. I love to help my students gain confidence, self-awareness, and feel empowered. I know that will help my students in everything they do, whether piano becomes a lifelong passion or not.
When a student who struggles with getting frustrated at the piano learns to identify their frustration early and voice when they need a break, or when they've been focusing hard and achieve something they never thought possible, those are the really exciting moments for me as a teacher.
One of my main motivations for starting my own business teaching, is to have autonomy in my financial decisions. I strive to make my lessons financially accessible. I have spots I reserve in my studio at income-based sliding-scale fees. These are for famillies with incomes of $120,000 or less. The lower the income, the lower my fee, all the way down to $0. I prioritize giving these spots to children, but do sometimes have room for adults. My main reason for doing this, is that I believe all kids deserve access to music education. Having piano lessons as a kid totally changed my life and gave me a much needed outlet. I know that will be true for many of my students.
I strive to make my lessons financially accessible, individualized, and fun. Music should be joyous! So there's no point in assigning practice that won't benefit your personal goals and passions. I teach classical, jazz, pop, improvisation, and composition. Each of my lessons is as varied as my many students.
Yes! I teach lessons over zoom.
Getting ready for online lessons is simple.
-a device with a webcam (laptop, tablet, desktop, etc…)
-A stable internet connection
-A piano or keyboard
Online lessons work similarly to in-person lessons, with a few extra perks. We’ll meet over zoom for 30, 45, or 60 minutes at the same time each week. You just need one device with internet and a camera. It can be a laptop, desktop, tablet, webcam, etc… Set up your camera to the side of the piano with the student’s face and hands in view. This side view will allow me to communicate with the student and see their technique. Don’t worry, it’s not necessary for me to be able to see exactly which notes the student is playing as I’ll be able to recognize that by ear. You can set your device on a tripod, chair, table, or whatever works best for you.
The student will be able to see a few different things on their screen. You’ll always be able to see my face to communicate well. In addition, I switch between an overhead camera showing my hands on the keyboard, an image of all 88 keys that is connected to my piano and lights up the notes I’m playing, an image of a grand staff that shows the notes that I’m playing, and images of sheet music the student is learning. These tools allow me to cater to different learning styles, demonstrating anything the student may be working on in a variety of ways.
All of my lessons are taught online via zoom! (Though I am hoping to start in-person lessons in Austin, TX this Spring)
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