Susan Riggs
Susan teaches at her studio in Youngsville, NC.  If you'd like more information, please contact her at the e-mail above. She's been teaching for 22 years, and has a piano performance degree from the University of North Carolina at Greeensboro, with a minor in voice. 
She teaches all levels from beginner up to college level and all ages from about 4 years old up.
For piano It's 4 30 minute lessons a month with 20 minutes on the piano and 10 minutes on the computer.
she uses primarily the Alfred method books, but also uses fun books from other methods.
there are 2 recitals a year, one in December and one in May, and there are other RPTA events to make
use of.  For voice students start with exercises working on breathing, tone and other skills, and work
on songs agreed on for each person.
She uses Music Ace teaching software.  You can go here to look at it here.  (Music Ace Instructional Software). It has fun lessons and games which are designed to teach theory and musicality.  For lessons times, please contact Susan at the e-mail above.
She is a member of the Raleigh Piano Teachers Association and the Music teachers national association.
Susan's teaching philosophy is that music should be learned by everyone. It's up to the student how far they take the lessons but there is so much to learn about the way we learn things and it's good applied math.  There are other benefits as well.  People who learn music tend to be "smarter".  I put that in quotes because I think it's just because they've learned so much about the way they learn, they are able to take what they learn, and apply it to other things they want to learn. They are therefore able to learn more quickly and grasp concepts more easily. It is also because it's fun that keeps the music going.
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