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Music Lessons in Silverdale, WA

Rachel Steinlicht - Piano Teacher

Rachel Steinlicht

Piano, Violin
Silverdale

Monday - Friday

$110 per month

360-692-4030

About Me

Rachel is an award winning pianist and vocalist currently residing in the Pacific Northwest, where she runs an independent teaching studio. She has been teaching private piano and voice lessons since 2011 and has over 16 years of performing experience. Currently, Rachel holds a B.A. in Music from Thomas Edison State College and has been an active member of MTNA (Music Teachers National Association) since 2013.

Rachel began piano lessons at an early age, and has studied with Peggy Swingle, Dianne Johnston, and Dr. Irene Bowling. She has over 10 years of experience in classical voice, and has studied with Susan Trainer and Michael Trimble. Rachel has many years of experience in elite classical and jazz choirs and has participated in over 15 community musical theater productions and operas as both performer and production staff.

Rachel offers piano lessons for all ages, 4-adult. Lessons are tailored to each individual student's personalities and tastes. She teaches primarily Classical Piano, but supplements with repertoire that reflects the students' personal preferences including: jazz, blues, pop charts, hymns, lead sheets, and Latin music. Music history, theory, technique, and performance practices are included in every lesson, but her main objective is to foster a love and appreciation of music in each student that will last them a lifetime.

Voice lessons are also available for students age 8-adult. Lessons are tailored to each individual student's vocal type and personal tastes. All voice students are required to study standard Classical and Broadway vocal literature, but supplemental music will vary repertoire to reflect the personal preferences of each student including country, pop, jazz, indie, folk, and contemporary Christian. The focus of voice lessons is to strengthen the natural gift that a student already possess and make it easier for them to control their voice and use it in a healthy manner. Rachel’s goal is for every student who studies with her to leave lessons knowing more about how the voice functions, have the tools to sing well for the rest of their lives, and gain confidence in their own voice.