Miriam Troxler teaches students age 3 through adult. She offers beginning through advanced lessons on the piano, violin, viola, cello, and bass. Miriam will provide you with the skills to meet your musical goals in a caring, patient, and supportive learning environment.
Your individually customized lessons will include a strong foundation in musical fundamentals and correct technique so you can enjoy your instrument for a lifetime. Miriam knows people have different learning styles and will work with you in a way that makes sense.
Miriam’s students have access to many performance opportunities. Twice a year her students give recitals at local nursing homes. Small groups have performed at open houses, churches, the Beaver Valley Mall, and the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Miriam Troxler teaches in Beaver, PA. Her studio is 15 minutes from the Pittsburgh International Airport. However if you prefer, you can choose to have private online lessons.
“Miriam has the most important quality that one can have offering instruction. She has a vested interest in her students as people and very much wants them to succeed. I give Miriam the highest recommendation as a music instructor.” Frank Duzicky
Hey! thank you for putting so many likes in my Blog, you got a very soothing Blog which I feel so calm and quiet, thanks once more, cheers!
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Thank-you. I was quite surprised.
I cleared my cache on my computer, so who knows how many times you will get this message. I have to sign in now for each comment, and then it disappears.
I think you are remarkable.
I am leaving now to read more of your blog.
Thank you for the nomination. See current post for acknowledgement.
How does one person teach and play so many instuments.
I enjoyed your post. Thank-you.
I enjoy your ideas, I look forward to reading and someday implementing what I’ve learned. Thanks for sharing!
I’m glad you found it helpful. Keep me posted.
hi Miriam, i’m dropping by to thank you for liking the poem i posted on 20 Lines a Day, this novice poet appreciates the encouragement.
good on you for teaching, imho, teachers rarely recieve the credit they so richly deserve. my wife is a violin/viola teacher as well, she started the Music Academy at Northwestern over 20 years ago, so i’m quite familiar with much of the music you’ve posted. she recently had her most talented student compete in a prestgious competition in NY this past weekend, i’ve forgotten the name but she was 1 of only 3 nationwide to be invited. a wonderful experience all around.
she also introduced my daughter to the violin, but she has taken to piano now at the same academy. keep up the great work and keep the ::::light::::
Thank-you for your comments. My best to you, your wife and daughter.
thank you very much. my wife reminded me that it was the ASTA competition her student was invited to, my memory isn’t what it once was.
your like of my Brooklyn story is so appreciated by this new writer, thank you.
Hello Miriam! Thanks for following my photo blog “Photography, travel, art”, I want to give you a warm welcome, and I hope that you will enjoy my future posts. I also invite you to participate with any comment.
I would love to learn to play the violin, I have this interest since a couple of years ago, so I’ve been even checking violin prices, but I think I have to find a teacher first and then buy the violin with his or her advice because I don’t know anything about the instrument. Can you give me some recommendation about buying a not so expensive violin for a beginner?
I have enjoyed your posts so far. As far as your violin question, I have had students who have found the Klaus Mueller and Hans Kroger instruments reasonable. It is important to get an instrument that works, so if there is a local shop in your area that may be a good place to start. It can be frustrating to be playing on an instrument that will not stay in tune or buzzes and rattles.
Oooh you give cello lessons, I wish I lived in Beaver now. I want to learn to play the cello. Anyway’s, thank you for all the likes on my page. I am glad you stopped by.
The cello is a great instrument. I enjoyed your writings.
Thanks for popping by my blog. Nice to ‘meet’ a music teacher. Music is a big part of our lives here, with both of my children learning piano by the Suzuki method since they were four, as well as trumpet and clarinet at school.
I enjoy your photographs. Nice to ‘meet’ you too. It sounds like you have a sonic banquet at your house!
Thanks for stopping by our blog
Many thanks for the like. I hope you will visit again soon and often. .. . .namaste. . . .
Amazing talent ! So many instruments mastered by one person, lovely blog …
I’m glad you are enjoying it.