Featured Flute Teachers Near Cleveland, OH

Rodolfo V

Rodolfo V

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Rodolfo Vázquez, flutist, is former professor of flute at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and principal flute with the Orquesta Filarmónica del Conservatorio Nacional de Música  both in México City and the Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Guanajuato in Guanajuato, México. He has been touring as a soloist and in chamber music ensembles in the U.S., México, England and Switzerland. Rodolfo is music director of Vázquez & Ferguson (Silver & Spruce) and El Cálido Viento. He has been awarded three times by the Ohio Arts Council and eleven  times by the Greater Columbus Arts Council for CD recordings of Latin American, classical, original music and for chamber music recitals in Franklin County, OH USA. He has studied with the world renowned Irish flutist Sir James Galway who wrote of Rodolfo: “Your music is charming and beautifully played.”In August 2006 and then again in August 2008 he participated in the Sir James Galway International Flute Masterclass in Interlaken and Weggis, Switzerland performing with the Sir James Galway Flute Choir both  times. This August 2008 the class was made possible through a Marc Rich Scholarship from Switzerland. Sir James commented in January 2007: “The class in Interlaken was the best I have ever heard as a teacher or performer and your wonderful playing is still a very vivid memory.”  Rodolfo has also performed as a first flute with the Galway Flute Festival Flute Choir at the Sir James Galway Flute Festival in the University UGA in Athens, GA in June 2014. Mr. Vázquez has been awarded with the 2014 Ohio Latino Award as an art leader for his flute work in the state of Ohio. Rodolfo is founder of the No Strings Attached Chamber Music Society and chairman of the Ohio Hispanic Fine Arts Association. This organization promotes Latino arts in Ohio. He taught flute at the Ohio State University CAP program for nine years and has been flutist-in-residence at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Columbus, Ohio for thirteen years. Mr. Vázquez has perform Latino music for over twenty years for schools in central with the Greater Columbus Arts Council Artist-in-Schools program. Rodolfo has played for Ted Strickland, Bob Taft, Alessandro Siciliani, Jesús Lopez-Cobos, Joan Rivers, Lady Jeanne Galway, Leslie and Abigail Wexner, Goeffrey Gilbert, Alain Marion, Michael Emmerson, Elena Duran and Ray Hanley. I just wanted to share with you the huge number of "Who is that flautist? He's FANTASTIC!" comments I received Sunday during the luncheon. SO many people appreciate your gift, and they are thrilled that you offer to share it with us. Angi Higgason. Music Director. Hilliard Presbyterian Church. Hilliard OH.    

Lindsey W

Lindsey W

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For all of my piano students, I use Nancy and Randall Faber's Piano Adventures. Students ages 3-5 use the My First Piano Adventure series, which moves at a slightly slower pace and contains more parent/teacher activities. Students ages 6-12 (where most of my students are) use the standard Piano Adventures progression. Older students (age 13 and up) use the Accelerated Piano Adventures series, which is designed specifically for use with older beginners. Students are provided with a lesson book from which the bulk of their assignments will come and a theory book containing written activities. As a general rule, a student will have one or two assignments from each book per week. The assignments are coordinated so as to reinforce concepts discussed in lessons. This allows the student to make connections between the lessons and the solo repertoire. Once a student has mastered the basics, I will add supplemental material taken from the Fabers' PlayTime Piano series. This usually consists of folk tunes or children's songs, but can be tailored to match the student's interests. More advanced students take their supplemental material from the Exploring Piano Classics series by Nancy Bachus. My band students use Hal Leonard's Essential Elements series and the Rubank Methods books (Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced for each instrument). I also allow time in the lesson for students to work through any areas of difficulty they may have in their school band music. As the student advances, I will introduce standard solo repertoire appropriate for his or her level.

Megan B

Megan B

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I have taught music in grades K-8 for 7 years, and throughout those years have taught students privately. I encourage students to practice regularly and for younger students, for parents to help encourage students to have practice be a part of their daily schedule. I have worked on a variety of styles of music and hope to expose students to many genres that they will enjoy. I would encourage students to participate in solo and ensemble contest or recitals so that they will have some performance goals to work toward. When students experience these successful performances they feel great about their progress and hard work!

Yoon Hee K

Yoon Hee K

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We are all different. Each student has their own pace of learning. So, I encourage this with setting up realistic goals for each student.  Every lesson, I write memos about assignemnts, and student's progress compare to previous lesson/week. Therefore, students and parents will receive "Progress Results" in every four lessons. (or every first week of the month.) 

Katie S

Katie S

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With my primary insturment being flute, I began teaching private lessons in 2008 while I was still in high school.  I taught the younger flute students in the Worthington School Distrct. When I started college, I continued to teach flute lessons and I then began teach saxophone lessons as well.  I have been a flute technician for high school marching bands including Thomas Worthington, Slyvania Southview High School and Napoleon High School. I also tutored flute students in the Bowling Green school district for over a year.

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