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Featured Flute Teachers In Cleveland County

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

I have 7 years of public and charter school: General Music, Band, and Choir teaching experience. In both Texas and Oklahoma. I started private teaching in 97 for a studio where I taught Group Piano, Group Voice, private Voice, piano, clarinet, saxophone and trumpet. I went to another studio and taught the same group. I then started my own studio mainly teaching piano and voice. I have since add Violin, Cello, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Guitar, Bassoon, Clarinet, Flute and Saxophone to my lesson offering. I am a certified Teacher for All Levels Vocal and Instrumental Music from Pre-K to 12th grade in the State of Texas and Oklahoma. I have played French Horn for 26 years, Piano self taught from age 5, currently am a pianist for a local church. I am a member of a community choir and active receive continued vocal training.

William R

William R

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

Teaching Methods: For beginning students whose primary goal is membership in a school performance ensemble, I will usually choose a beginning band method that give them a good foundation in fundamental playing techniques.  As they gain basic skills at this level, I expand the content of lessons to include easy solo repertoire.  For older and adult beginning students, I usually use instrumental methods more suited for older learners.  In addition, I incorporate easy solo literature for public performance.

Teaching Styles: As long as a student truly wants to learn and excel on their instrument, I believe I can help him or her achieve that goal.  Their goal becomes my goal and it gives me great satisfaction to help them gain the musical and instrumental skills they need to reach their goal, whatever that may be.  I consider myself a patient and nurturing teacher who will try various teaching pedagogies to help a student learn the skills necessary to be successful in their instrumental music education.

Jennifer B

Jennifer B

Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: 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.

Teaching Styles: I am very patient with my students.  I stay positive and encourage their improvements.  I review material that they are having trouble with and encourage them to keep trying.  I make sure they are progressing in their book at a pace that works for them so they will continue to learn but not get overwhelmed.  I encourage them to practice because that will help them improve faster and try to find music they will enjoy playing that will make them want to practice.  I come up with new methods to fit with each student whether it is a young child who doesn't read yet that needs new methods to learn their music letters or a special needs student who needs to get up from the piano every five minutes and walk before continuing.  That is the joy and challenge for me with teaching lessons, trying to come up with methods that will work with each individual students.  Often the most challenging students are the most rewarding experiences for me personally.

Debra C

Debra C

Instruments: Piano, Flute

I have always strived to bring out the best in each one of my students. So I teach my student to enjoy the instrument they play. I do that by making their lesson fun so they enjoy coming. I try and have fun and exciting music for them to learn and use lots of praise when a lesson is accomplished. I also have a reward system. They get stickers in their book as they complete each song or exercise, and for paying attention they get to get in the candy basket at the end of each lesson. When they finish their level books, they receive a composer statue. And at each recital they receive a special certificate. We have a recital in the Fall and Spring and play at a nursing home for Christmas. I am a member of OMTA and so we play a memorized piece in the Fall festival and for junior and state auditions in the Spring. Playing for these are not a requirement, but I try and encourage my students to participate. No matter if I teach a student for 6 months or 6 years, I treat each one with special care, because I am training a musician.

Judyta M

Judyta M

Instruments: Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

I have been teaching the saxophone since 2008, to both kids and adults. I always like to incorporate music theory and aural skills into my lessons as I believe those subjects are a must in becoming a well-rounded musician.

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