Herndon, VA Piano Teachers
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Last Name  Barsotti
First Name  Timothy
Address you as   Mr.
Street Address   410 Virginia Ave.
City   Herndon
State  VA
Zip Code   20170
Phone   571-342-1511
E mail   tdbarsotti@gmail.com
Instruments taught   Piano
Education  Piano instruction with Frank Conlon, Suzuki Teacher Training with Joan Krzywicki.
Affiliations   Suzuki Association of the Americas, Fairfax-Loudoun Music Fellowship
Activities/Services   Piano lessons for all ages, yearly recitals
Additional Info/Specialties   8 years of teaching experience, 3 years as church pianist for First Baptist Church of Herndon
Available as Performer   Yes
Available as Accompanist   Yes


Last Name  Leavitt
First Name  Shauna
Address you as  Mrs.
Street Address  12224 Parkstream Terrace
City  Herndon
State  VA
Zip Code  20170
Phone 703-463-6509
E mail  shaunaleavitt@gmail.com
Website   www.leavittpianostudio.com
Instruments taught  Piano
Education B. M., M. M., Piano Performance and Pedagogy
Affiliations  Springfield Music Club, Music Teachers National Association, Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association
Additional Info/Specialties
Available as Performer  Yes
Available as Accompanist  Yes


Last Name  Readyoff
First Name  Laura
Address you as   Mrs.
Street Address   1141 Elden St  Suite 212
City   Herndon
State  VA
Zip Code   20170
Phone   703-956-6563
E mail   info@themusicloftonline.com
Website  www.TheMusicLoftOnline.com
Instruments taught   violin, viola, cello, bass, piano
Education  Bachelors Music Education, Masters Music Education, Masters K-12 Administration
Activities/Services   private instrumental and vocal lessons.  Master Classes.  Recitals.
Additional Info/Specialties   Full service Music School in Herndon and Ashburn VA
Available as Performer   No
Available as Accompanist   No


See also:  Marina Chamasyan, Lydia Kriso


FLMF offers the following information on its web site in good faith, but we make no claims and offer no judgments on the information provided by its members, nor can we give personal recommendations.

As in doing business with any professional individual, before entering into any long term relationship, you are advised to:

1. Consider the teacher's education and training in music, and his or her participation in professional workshops and continuing education.

2. Request a copy of the teacher's studio policy.

3. Interview the teacher and visit the studio to familiarize yourself with his or her teaching methods and current competence.

4. Observe the teacher in action if possible, to see how s/he handles students, and the atmosphere created in the studio.

5. Ask for references from other teachers or current parents.

6. Assess the results of his or her teaching by attending a recital or other event in which the teacher's students are performing.