Our music lesson students will have the opportunity to take lessons from the comfort of their own home or in one of the teachers studios. Careful attention is placed on each student to ensure a custom lesson plan. Our music teachers understand that every student has different needs and abilities and therefore the lessons will be planned with that knowledge in mind.
lessons are available in the following areas:
A..Get to know the student personally B..Get to know the student's musical tastes C..Get to know the student's goals D..Get to know the student's passion's EGet to know the student's obstacles or difficulties in LIFE and MUSICALLY F..Incorporate a rudiment agenda and a stamina agenda. ( Dru,s require STAMINA). G..Identify weaknesses or struggles or challenges musically. IEngage myself in the students musical preferences..WHAT MAKES THEM TICK JBring their preferences into the class so as to keep interest peaked and exciting and enthusiastic. Read More
Instruments: Drums, Mallet Percussion
My teaching experience spans back to when I was in High School. I came from a very fortunate music program that focused heavily on marching band and jazz music. I had helped many incoming freshmen develop the skills necessary to succeed in the music program and watched them blossom into very talented, hard working musicians. After high school I continued to teach students and help them prepare for outside ensemble auditions, college auditions, and working on college repertoire with fellow students. Read More
In my experience teaching for the past twelve years I have realized a few things including the fact that my methods work. I teach my students to read drum music well enough that most of the younger ones end up playing in the school band. We also play along with real music which I believe is a totally important part of my lesson schedule and it's fun for the student. Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Drums, Synthesizer, Mallet Percussion, Orchestral Percussion, Latin Percussion, Music, Keyboard
I grew up in Santa Cruz, California, and began playing piano at age 9 with the help of my older sister who also played piano. During my high school years, I focused on composition, which became my main area of study during college. Through my college training at the University of California in Santa Cruz and San Jose State University I supported myself by giving piano lessons, playing organ and piano for churches, and working as a freelance pianist. Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
My method of teaching will both implement teaching students how to sight read but also more importantly how to play music by ear. I am very big on learning by ear because it is the way I learned music most of my life. For younger students I do want them to start learning how to sight read at a basic level because it will make it easier for them in the long run. Read More
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