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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.

Julia R

Julia R

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For beginner piano students I generally work out the Faber Piano Adventures and for adults I use The Older Beginner Piano Course by Bastien.  For Flute students I use the Trevor Wye Beginners Book for the Flute. Clarinet I use the Rubank Method books. Once the essentials are learned I will add in various solo pieces and other method books pending on each student and their music interests.

Phillip G

Phillip G

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Every student is different and has their own taste in music.  I hope to help every student find the same joy in playing music as they do in their listening.  This requires two important aspects: development of technique/facility on one's instrument, and a sense of acheiving one's personal musical goals.  I try to give every student basic exercises to work on to develop facility on their given instrument, but I tailor those exercises towards music that the student has expressed interest in learning.  I find that students are more apt to practice if they enjoy the music they are learning.

Laura R

Laura R

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I have been playing saxophone and clarinet for 17 years, have 10 years professional performance experience, and have taught private lessons for 6 years.  At Berklee College of Music I majored in professional music with an emphasis on saxophone performance and minored in music business.  I was a member of the Contemporary Wind Orchestra and the Bob Marley touring ensemble.   I was a member of the recording and performing New England band Weight of Gravity.  I wrote my own parts and recorded an album with the group, which won Best New Album in 2010 in the Turtle Boy Music awards in Worcester, MA. (weightofgravity.com) I specialize in jazz theory, improvisation, classical repertoire, saxophone technique, performance techniques, and band promotion.  I have studied with George Garzone, Dino Govoni, Walter Beasley, and Jeff Harrington.  

Emily C

Emily C

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For beginning students, I like to focus for the first few weeks on playing scales and songs without written music, and I continue to incorporate learning by at any level.  When I begin using written music I use the Accent on Achievement method (I am also comfortable with other standard elementary methods and would be happy to use whatever method a student's band director is using), which is a good place to start whether or not the student already reads music.  For adult students who are just beginning, I recommend the Universal Method, which covers absolutely everything.  Once the student has worked through the fundamentals we can begin introducing solo repertoire in whatever style the student is most excited about.

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