Where are Lessons Offered
In Teacher Studio
In Student Home
I am a classical and jazz trained pianist with over 20 published books
marketed for students. I have 30 years of teaching ages 5 to a hundred as well as years of performing experience.
I work extremely well with children who have fun learning.
I teach in the students home in Plantation and the surrounding areas in South Florida.
Visit my website: Larryminskymusic.com. Also Google Larry Minsky.
There are many websites including Amazon.com that sell my books.
I also have CDs of music that has not been published but recorded that can be purchased and samples listened to. Amazon.com iTunes and CDBaby are a few examples where you can see these items.
My Musical Education Background
Years of study with top new york jazz and classical pianist. Also course work in composition and theory at Queens college-the Aaron copland music school.
Genres and Subjects Taught
I teach everything-Classical, Jazz, Pop. I am comfortable with many teaching styles and methods and aim toward the individuality of the student. A five year old for example would likely do well with a pre reading approach before the introduction of reading the notes.
All my students learn chords quickly and how to use them. The lessons are fun and relaxed.
3O dollars for half hour lessons. 50 for an hour. 40 for 40min
Two or more studens there is a 2 dollar discount per student. Remember I go to your home.
Ages / Skill Levels Taught
I teach ages 5 to 100.
My Certifications and Awards
My pride are all the published works. Many of these have been suggested as recital pieces by music organizations.
I am also a member of MTNA and its affiliates. The local affiliate is BCMTA-Broward county music teachers association. We are a non profit group providing many musical needs for the community. Besides teaching we provide student evaluations, recitals, competions and scholorships for those who wish to study music in college.
My Musical Influences
Mr. Minsky (Mr. Larry), You were my piano teacher for three years up until you moved sout in the end of March 2010. you were truly an inspiration to the way I will ever play music. You made lessons fun. And it seemed you'd won a life prize in tictac's, because you had a neverending supply. Cole and I miss you. Cole has decided to take up an instrument in his school's band, but I am still pursuing the piano. I have signed up for piano classes at my highschool, so i hope that goes well. If it does not we are going to attempt to find another private teacher, though he/she could never match up to the way we loved you as our teacher. talk to you later maybe.