Pittsburgh Piano Lessons

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Cristina A.|Pittsburgh, PA

$15-25/hr 10 yrs exp

Passionate, Caring Babysitter/Nanny

Avg response < 5 hrs
Hello! I enjoy working with children because I am constantly learning from them as they discover the world. I love their joy, curiosity, and creativity. Some of my favorite activities to do with kids are crafts, reading, playing games (real or imaginary), building, and playing outside. I have over 10 years of experience working with kids through babysitting, camps, church, and after school programs. I also can help with homework and give piano lessons. I am a graduate student studying to be a children's and family pastor. I am compassionate, creative, and hard working. I have reliable transportation, first aid/CPR training, can provide clearances and have excellent references.
Reviewed by Tobie W. 5/5 stars
We absolutely love Cristina, and more importantly our children love her! She is trustworthy, dependable, and honestly an extension of our family. We transplanted here from Texas without a support system, and she has been an absolute lifeline for us. I'll add, our son is on the autism spectrum and doesn't connect with others easily. Additionally, he has extreme separation anxiety. Cristina has always shown such care, kindness, and professionalism in building a relationship with him. He consistently ask to see "Tina" and looks forward to their time together! I can't express enough how comforting this is for us, and what a blessing she is for our family!
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FAQs for finding piano lessons in Pittsburgh

How much do piano lessons costs in Pittsburgh, PA?
Hiring someone to give piano lessons in Pittsburgh, PA will cost an average of $18.75 per hour as of September 2020.
How can I find someone who teaches piano lessons for kids near me?
Care.com currently has 22 piano teachers in Pittsburgh, PA. You can search for candidates by their distance from Pittsburgh or by hourly pay rate. From there, you can compare their experience, services they offer and reviews from other families in Pittsburgh that have used the same piano instructor you're interested in.
What questions should I ask someone before hiring them for piano lessons?
The goal of hiring someone to give you child piano lessons is to make them a better player, but also get along with them. Ask questions about the process each candidate uses to improve competency from the Pittsburgh kids they've worked with in the past. Also ask each piano instructor about their experience working with kids close to your child's age. Finally, see how often the instructor recommends coming to your home versus giving practice piano assignments to your child to alleviate the cost.