Featured Clarinet Teachers Near Phoenix, AZ

Michael G

Michael G

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I am a versatile, dedicated, enthusiastic, and multi-talented teaching professional, committed to providing a solid education and instilling music appreciation in all students. I have a talent for integrating cooperative learning, multiculturalism, and educational field trips to differentiated lesson plans and providing a well-rounded learning experience for students. I have a proven ability to tailoring lessons to meet students’ diverse needs and capture their interest and imagination. I am compassionate and inspiring, and maintain a motivated and well-disciplined classroom where each student feels special, cared for and successful. I am a trustworthy educator with exceptional communication, interpersonal, and stupendous leadership skills to cultivate strong relationships with parents, students, and members of the school community. Key strengths include: Inquiry-Based Learning, Creative Lesson Plan Development, Musician Skill, Quality Music Programs, Individualized Education Plans, Technology Integration, Student Motivation, Personal Assessments

Stephen V

Stephen V

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I am musician who loves to play all styles of music and enjoys performing as often as possible. My background is in jazz and improvisation but have also studied and performed classical, latin, R&B, funk and many other styles. After receiving my Bachelor of Music in Music Theory from the University of North Texas in 2006, I joined Holland America Line as a musician and visited over 175 cities in 60 countries all the while performing music. In 2012, I moved to Tempe, AZ to pursue my Master's degree and graduated in the spring of 2014 in Jazz Performance. I performed in pop and rock groups, salsa ensembles, and jazz ensembles all over the Phoenix metro area, but now live in the Pacific Northwest.

Brianna L

Brianna L

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I start string students in the Suzuki method books. I teach in a Suzuki influenced style, but I start students reading right away. If the student is able to read words, they are ready to read notes and reading music is an essential part of a student's music education. For many younger students, I will also create etudes to accompany their Suzuki pieces. Woodwind students will start in the Rubank series and work on other technique building exercises. These methods are how I typically start my students, but more advanced and adult students will likely use different materials based on ability level and interests. All students receive a monthly practice sheet to log their practicing habits. I keep a sheet for my own records with detailed notes so I can plan the next week's lesson.

Jacob S

Jacob S

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During my time at NEC I was a teachers assistant, assistant to the artistic director, and an office assistant. I worked with the NEC Jazz Youth Orchestra to help students develop aural, and sectional skills. During my breaks from school I assisted at several junior highs and high schools in the east valley. My education in Boston demanded management of a vigorous rehearsal schedule, leadership within music organizations, and countless hours of individual practice and rigorous coursework.

Aaron W

Aaron W

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For junior high and beginning students I like to go over proper embesure and creating sound. After that's established I like to get started on technique exercises and scale practice. The junior high students will continue to start learning the circle of 5ths, both student levels will work out of the Standards of Excellence Green book or Red book. High school students will work out of the Blue Standards of Excellence book for their freshman and sophomore year; along with a more advanced packet of warm up and scale exercises that I received from the ASU clarinet studio and my current clarinet professor Jeff Quamo. Junior year and senior year students will be expected to know at least 80% of the circle of 5ths and they'll begin to start playing etudes out of the Rose Etude book along with studying farther into the warm-up and practice packet. For adult students I only focus on what they'd like to learn and what I can help them with on order to meet their personal goal and progress them maybe farther than what they thought they could achieve.

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