University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire * Bachelor of Music Education

VanderCook College of Music * Graduate Studies (in progress)

$25 / 30 min.

First lesson is free.

What You Get

  • Trained, licensed, and experienced music educator

  • Teacher with Bachelor's degree in Music Education

  • Arranger who can tailor your favorite songs to your ability level

  • Fun, hands on, engaging, & interactive learning

Parent reviews

My 8-year old daughter has been in piano lessons with Mr. Bryan Kujawa for the last school year. She has developed a passion for learning how to play the piano and read music. Mr. Kujawa has a lot of energy and passion in his music and I see the enthusiasm show through when my daughter tells me about what she learned. She is very excited to show me all of the new things she learned after her lessons. Mr. Kujawa’s technique keeps my daughter looking forward to each and every class. Thank you Mr. Kujawa!
— Tammy W, Gilman, WI (May 2018)
It was really great that my son was able to take lessons from you. He really enjoyed it and has definitely improved upon his skills. Thank you again for your help!
— Kirti A, Eau Claire, WI (June 2017)
Bryan is an amazing and talented musician and teacher. He has been teaching piano to my 8th grade daughter for a year now; her improvement is remarkable and has since participated in a competition in which she earned a Gold Cup. With appropriate song selection, Bryan demonstrates his skill and versatility to focus on areas to advance with fun and current music; this keeps her interested, motivated and has inspired her to begin writing her own music. Haley looks forward to her lesson each week and has been very pleased with the results.
— Cindy T, Milwaukee, WI (June 2015)

Student Reviews

Mr. Kujawa helped me become the great musician I am today. In my opinion, Mr. K is the best band teacher we have ever had. We wish you good luck on the school that you choose to teach at. You worked us so hard and made us become great musicians. Just for the record Mr. Kujawa, you probably don’t remember this but you have inspired my to be a music teacher.
— Kaitlyn G, Gilman, WI (June 2018)

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