Clarinet Lessons Grady County, OK

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Featured Clarinet Teachers In Grady County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering clarinet lessons in Grady. 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!
Nikki H

Nikki H

Instruments: Saxophone, Clarinet

I first find out what inspired a student’s decision to study and/or play music. Then, I strive to adapt to my student’s learning style and use their personal interests to bring out the highest potential for learning. I write my own exercises for each student because I believe every student will have different needs that can be addressed with individualized exercises. Additionally, I focus on teaching students how to choose priorities for practice. Learning how to practice efficiently is essential to becoming a successful musician.

William R

William R

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Recorder, Euphonium, French Horn

Throughout my music teaching career, I have enjoyed watching students progress on their instruments in both proficiency and their love of playing.  I enjoy watching their weekly improvement on both the solo and ensemble level and encourage them to perform often in a variety of settings to build their confidence in public performance whether that be as members of school bands and ensembles or in public recitals showcasing their progress to both parents and friends

Rebecca V

Rebecca V

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Cello, Viola, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Bass Guitar, Recorder, Euphonium, French Horn, Tuba, Mallet Percussion, Bassoon, Keyboard, Acoustic Guitar

Piano: Younger Students Suzuki & Faber Older Students: Hannon, Masterworks Classic, Alfred Adult Method and Hal Leonard Strings: Strickly Strings and Essential Elements Band Instruments: Essential Elements and Essential Musicianship Voice: 24 Italian Art Songs, Broadway Singers, Vacci, Adler and Prima Donna Album Guitar: Super Guitar Book, Praise Guitar Charts & Hal Leonard Essential Guitar

Judyta M

Judyta M

Instruments: Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Accordion

Teaching Methods: I do not usually follow any method book as every student is different, has different background, goals and aspirations. I try to mix exercises that I use in my practice, with materials of accomplished pedagogues.

Teaching Styles: I tend to be a teacher on a stricter side as that is how my music teachers were back in Europe. I find this style to be working with my students as they do accomplish their goals and win different competitions. Depending on the age and students goals (professional musician or just playing for fun) I adjust my style accordingly.

Jennifer B

Jennifer B

Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet

For piano students, I like to use the Alfred Books.  They have books for young beginners, older beginners, through adults.  The books also have songs the students know, and additional books with a variety of styles.  They are written in a clear, manner that explains new skills and moves slowly so students won't get discouraged.  I also add music for the seasons or in the style the students like often written by myself.  For flute, clarinet, and saxophone I generally start with the methods that they use in band, for example Yamaha method and I decide after the first few lessons what they need help with and assign more music from there.  I also talk to the students about what kinds of music they like to play and try to find music that has cd accompaniment making it fun to play at home and also developing their listening skills.  I want to make music fun so I talk to the students about the kinds of music they listen to, find music that they will enjoy that is on their level, and supplement their methods with other music.  This encourages students to practice because they are learning while having fun.

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