Music Lessons Business Welcomes Janet Dill Teaching Voice and Piano Lessons
06/26/2013

Eldersburg, MD, June 20, 2013 – Music Exploration, a Music Lessons Business, welcomes Janet Dill to their team. Janet has been teaching voice and piano on and off since 1980. She has a B.A. in Vocal and Instrumental Music Education.

Online PR News – 26-June-2013 – Eldersburg, Maryland 21784 – Eldersburg, MD, June 20, 2013 – Music Exploration, a Music Lessons Business, welcomes Janet Dill to their team. Janet has been teaching voice and piano on and off since 1980. She has a B.A. in Vocal and Instrumental Music Education. In addition, she has a variety of rich musical experiences leading choirs, being a soloist, and being a children’s church music coordinator at her church for over twenty years. Janet’s instrumental talents are in teaching piano. However, Janet’s music experience began in school where she played French horn. Consequently, she is willing to teach beginner and intermediate French horn and trumpet. Most of Janet’s students are learning voice and piano at this time.

Music Exploration is a business that connects music students of all instruments, including voice, to qualified and experienced teachers in the area. We currently have teachers serving the Eldersburg, Sykesville, Westminster, Marriottsville, Ellicott City, and Columbia areas. We are continuing to expand into other geographical areas as well.

As a new teacher with Music Exploration, Janet will enjoy the benefits that come with membership. These include advertising through various avenues, including, especially, through our website. Our website offers great features such as a lesson policy, newsletters, blogs, email, and so much more. Teachers will also have a “teacher resources” section in which to contribute ideas and from which to draw as needed.

Music Exploration has teachers in many instruments at this time. We have teachers in Eldersburg teaching guitar, bass, drums, piano, mandolin, saxophone, and clarinet lessons. In Westminster, we have teachers instructing on guitar, piano, voice, and banjo. All of our teachers are familiar with and know how to teach music theory, which we consider very important. We also incorporate ear training, sight-reading, and other techniques. Some of our teachers have their own studios or locations, while others teach in students’ homes. Some teachers, like Janet, will teach both at their locations and at their students’ homes. This is a convenience that some of our teachers are able to offer.

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