Renee Robertson-Peralta - Music Lessons - Nashville, TN

Renee Robertson-Peralta

Nashville, TN 37211
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Lesson Types Piano, Composition, Keyboard, Music Theory, Other

Styles / Genres Classical, Bluegrass, Blues, Country, Ethnic/World, Folk/Traditional, Hip Hop/R&B, Jazz, Latin, Musical Theater, New Age, Other, Reggae/Ska, Religious/Devotional, Rock/Pop

Instruction Levels Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Ages Taught Ages 5-90
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Over 25 years of experience.

Berklee College of Music, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Music in Songwriting.

Coursework at Berklee is based on having students master the stylistic breadth, analysis, and understanding of a variety of contemporary and classical genres. Curriculum includes extensive training in music theory, arranging, performance, recording production, extensive ear training, and writing classes.

Member of MTNA and the Piano Guild of the American College of Musicians.

Over 15 years of performances at events, private parties, weddings, churches, lounges, and coffee shops throughout the United States and the Caribbean.

For testimonials and more information on Renee's experience please see the above website.
Reneé is a highly trained pianist, and singer-songwriter/producer who gigs regularly throughout the United States and abroad. In 2005, with her writing and performing career flourishing, Reneé added music and piano training for the next generation of musical talent.

Renee believes her calling as a teacher is to bring out the skill, craft and talent of each student in a fun, custom designed format that eventually culminates in the student’s confidence in their own ability to recreate their favorite tunes …or even writing their own!

She believes in providing a fun structured environment. Lessons are catered to the learning ability, skill level and personality of the individual. Each student is continually challenged to set and obtain goals leading to the technical mastery of the piano and to develop an appreciation of music. Utilizing over 7 years of experience, teaching piano to advanced, intermediate and beginning students ranging from 3 to 88 years old, and in conjunction with specific talents in ear training and music theory, she critically observes each student in order to develop lessons catered to that individual’s preferred learning style. Whether the student has special needs or is an advanced pianist she can adequately evaluate the student and bring unique insight and value to any pianist aspiring to improve.