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Rebecca Webb

El Cajon CA | 92019

About me

Rebecca Webb began playing piano at age six. She received her early training from Jeanne Pennino and later studied with J. Mitzi Kolar, Krzysztof Brzuza, and Karen Follingstad. Ms. Webb earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Piano, Professional Studies from San Diego State University. She plans to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Piano Pedagogy and/or Music Theory in the near future.

Rebecca has been professionally teaching piano since February 2008 when MuzikAdict Piano Studio was established. Ms. Webb is a believer in balanced musical training. She currently resides in San Diego and keeps busy teaching piano and practicing her own repertoire. She is an active member of the Music Teachers’ Association of California, San Diego Branch.

Rebecca Webb’s students participate in various programs which include but are not limited to Certificate of Merit, The Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program, and AP Music Theory.

Specialties

Ms. Webb teaches beginning, intermediate, and early advanced students ages 5 through adult. She offers piano, music theory, and flute lessons.

Lesson details

Lessons are tailored to each individual student. Piano lessons occur on a weekly basis and cover technical skills, repertoire (Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, and Contemporary Eras), sight reading, ear training, theory, and music history.

Lesson lengths offered:
~ 30 minutes – recommended for younger beginners OR ages 4-8
~ 45 minutes – recommended for late elementary/early intermediate students OR
ages 9-13
~ 60 minutes – recommended for high school students and adults and/or more advanced students

Longer lessons and/or more frequent lessons are recommended for:
~ Students who want extra help with a specific subject (i.e. theory, ear training, sight reading).
~ Students who are playing at a significantly higher level than their Certificate of Merit level.
~ Students who are pursuing more advanced study and/or are preparing for competitions.

Practicing at home is an extremely important aspect of committing to piano lessons. Longer practice sessions are recommended for students who are pursuing more advanced study and are preparing for competitions. Progress is directly related to quality practice time. Motivated younger students should take advantage of their less demanding school schedule to build technical skills, repertoire, and musicianship before the rigors of high school.

Education and Accreditation

Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Music in Applied Arts and Sciences, Piano - Professional Studies from San Diego State University under the auspices of Dr. J. Mitzi Kolar and Dr. Karen Follingstad. Ms. Webb also received a Minor in Spanish. She is an active member of the Music Teachers' Association of California (MTAC), San Diego Branch.

Testimonials

Experience

more than 5 years

Rates

$39 & under

Availability

Monday 9am - 9pm
Tuesday 9am - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 9pm
Friday 9am - 9pm
Saturday 9am - 7pm
Sunday N/A - N/A

Teaching location

Teachers Studio

Genre

Chamber Music
Childrens Music
Classical
Composition
Contemporary
Folk
Gospel
Performance
Pop
Rock

Methods

Bastien Method
Faber and Faber
Royal Conservatory of Music
Suzuki Method

Instruments and Subjects

flute
pedagogy
piano
theory – analysis
theory – counterpoint
theory – harmony
theory – music history

Levels taught

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

Type of students

Children
Young Adults
Adults
Seniors

Languages

English
Spanish

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