Featured Clarinet Teachers Near Boston, MA

Lauren M

Lauren M

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When I was in middle school I developed a strong passion for music performance and teaching. I went to a performing arts high school called The Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach Florida where I excelled in perforance on clarinet and saxophone. Knowing that I wanted to major in music the performing arts high school helped me very much. I attended The Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA, The Boston Conservatory in Boston, MA, and Boston University in Boston, MA. I have been teaching clarinet and saxophone for eleven years and I love it.

Tyler B

Tyler B

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I consider myself a laid back teacher who still has solid expectations. I understand that each student's feasible time commitment may be different and I would like to honor that. With that said, I expect my students to put time into their music, because that is the only way to make progress and to maximize their ultimate enjoyment of playing an instrument. I will set realistic weekly goals for each student, trying to balance their interests with my evaluation of what they need to work on to make the most progress.

Danby C

Danby C

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With almost 20 years of music-related experience, and over 10 years as a teacher, I am confident in my ability to become an asset to your educational institution. As a versatile individual, I have had a varied teaching experience including a teaching assistantship at Boston University and Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) for 5 years. Especially with the experience of 5 years at BUTI, I have had the opportunity to work with students from not only various cultures but also different levels. I also have been a coach for clarinet sectional rehearsals at Boston University Concert Band and a private clarinet teacher for all age groups. In my undergraduate years in South Korea, I have taught students from second grade to ninth grade at private music school while holding an orchestra manager position at Busan National University. Through the experiences, I have been fortunate enough to educate a diverse cultural group of elementary, middle school, high school, college level students and adult students.  Further, I have learned how to communicate effectively to both student's parents and the academic organizations. At the same time I have the ability to build up my own teaching method to expand and improve student's talent and interest on making music.  

Jessica P

Jessica P

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For beginner students, if they are enrolled in a music program at their school, I will use the method they are provided augmented by music and theory I have developed. For Flute students, I have found that many band methods, which are what many public schools use, are not written for flute, but rather are transposed (or translated if you think of music as a language). My method teaches for success. My main concern is that students enjoy what they are doing as it will foster continued interest, a willingness to practice, and success.  For intermediate and advansed students, I will work with them on band/orchestra, SEMSBA, and District pieces. I also like to add in other pieces. One company that I like to use is Rubank/Hal Leonard. They make methods from Elementary to Advanced. For vocal students, I will work with a number of different pieces dependant upon skill and interest. I will work on choral, SEMSBA, and District music as well.

Emily C

Emily C

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I began teaching in 2011 at my old school district's band and strings camp, an experience which I found deeply rewarding and just plain fun.  In addition to working one on one with a couple of students, I coached a small clarinet ensemble and led saxophone sectionals for the band.  Since then I have taught during the summers as well as participating in the Making Music community service program, which brings music lessons to elementary schools in Boston that lack a music program.  In my teaching, I focus on building the foundational skills that apply to any style of music.  Saxophone and clarinet have such a diversity of repertoire that a student can go in just about any direction once they get these fundamentals.

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