I have 3 boys who take piano lessons from David. He is dependable, easy to work with, motivating, and has a passion for piano that is catching. I love how he gives personalized attention to each boy and gives extra time in making sure they have opportunities to perform for others. David went above and beyond in preparing my one son who did the piano festival and we had a great experience with it. David makes sure each boy is enjoying playing the piano and has a good mix of letting them do fun songs along with working on songs that help them improve. He also makes sure they learn how to count correctly but is patient in the process. I would recommend David as he is a great piano teacher!
David is a wonderful tutor. My daughter needed assistance with chemistry . David was a true professional who was very knowledgeable about the topic. He was well prepared, patient and even follow-up with my daughter and her teacher to make sure she understood the concepts. I highly recommend Dave to anyone who needs tutoring in any of his available subjects.
Piano was used by Ferdinando de' Medici, Grand Prince of Tuscany, as the Keeper of the Instruments; he was a pro harpsichord maker, and was especially acquainted with the gathering of learning on stringed console instruments. It is not known correctly when Cristofori initially collected a piano. A stock made by his supervisors, the Medici family, demonstrates the nearness of a piano by the year 1700; another report of sketchy realness exhibits a date of 1698. The three Cristofori pianos that survive today date from the 1720s.Visit more at clavis.nl
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