Clarinet Lessons Clay County, MO

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Featured Clarinet Teachers In Clay County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering clarinet lessons in Clay. Whether you are looking for beginner clarinet lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
Sandra T

Sandra T

Instruments: Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Bass Guitar, Euphonium, Tuba, Mallet Percussion

My teaching experience mainly involves the classroom but I do have private teaching experience. I want students to be prepared and excited about learning to play an instrument. If the instrument doesn't give you joy then lets find the right instrument for you. Happy students get the most enjoyment out of private lessons.

Mark L

Mark L

Instruments: Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

  My experiences in a wide range of musical settings energize my goal to develop the interest, enjoyment, and personal achievement of each student through consistent application of fundamentals. I understand each student has their own unique personality and talent to offer. I will work with you to bring that out. 

Alastair W

Alastair W

Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: I bring a holistic method to my teaching, so in addition to developing important fundamentals, I work to develop all aspects of music (theory, aural skills, performance skills etc.). I believe serves to motivate us and results in a rewarding and succesful musical experience. In addition to Standards of Excellence and Essential Elements as starting resources for beginners, All-State requirements for middle and high school students, I work hard to bring a variety of music for students to work on, developing a broad taste in repertoire. My goal is always to create an engaging and fun learning atmosphere. 

Teaching Styles: Whatever the ultimate goal you the student may have (auditions, All-State, or simply learning for fun) I believe that the most rewarding and effective way to learn, is through a holistic teaching method. So, while I will work to develop effective practice methods to ensure a consistent technical development on the saxophone, I also strive to bring awareness to broader musical issues of interpretation, aural development and performance skills. I see myself as a model to my students, and take an interactive approach to my lessons in playing for and with my students. 

Benjamin B

Benjamin B

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola, Clarinet

For beginning students on Piano, I like to start with Alfred's Basic Piano Books. For clarinet: H. Klose. For Viola and Violin: Suzuki. There is a small amount of leeway I allot for those students who are exemptional. These books offer easy ways for begining students to learn the rudiments and mechanics of their particular instrument. Once progression is being made in the development of rudiments and mechanics, I start to incorporate solo works to spice up the learning experience. I like to have fun with my lessons. So, sometimes we will shy away from our regular studies to investigate some modern, and cool things that are being done with music.

Rachel S

Rachel S

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Clarinet, Ukulele, Recorder

I believe that a mix of styles is important for any musician, but I also believe in meeting the students where their needs are. Without understanding the musician, there is a disconnect in teaching. I care about my students as individuals. Above all, I want my students to care about the music, know that I care for them and their success, and to find enjoyment! My lessons are unique because instead of having a one-size-fits-all session, I tailor to the student. Part of my teaching philosophy is that above all a student needs to be valued as a person before being coached as a musician. Music is empowering, and my desire is for a student not to feel discouraged, but confident.

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