Flute Lessons Leavenworth County, KS

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Featured Flute Teachers In Leavenworth County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering flute lessons in Leavenworth. 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!
Samantha H

Samantha H

Instruments: Guitar, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Ukulele, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

Teaching Methods: For all of my students I incorporate fundamental methods of playing technique and musical concepts to ensure steady musical progress. Many teachers (especially for guitar/ukulele) simply play along with students to pre-recorded songs or songs that the student picks. This can result in a student skipping around and trying to learn musical concepts out of order. This does not give students the confidence to play or approach songs independently. You can compare it to trying to learn algebra before addition or how to square root before subtraction, you will become frustrated because the concepts are progressive and you don't have a grasp of the basics yet. Frustration is not my teaching goal for my students. My ultimate goal is to provide my students an engaging and fun way to build the musical tool belt they need to play whatever kind of music they like -- independently. For students to find a piece of music they want to play, break it down and figure out what they need to practice, practice it and be able to play the song.

Teaching Styles: I love learning my students goals and desires for their music! I give all my students fun and achievable tasks and I love to see them succeed and progress! Each student is unique and so are their lessons. I tailor each lesson plan to match the pace and passion of the student. I love finding creative ways to mix your musical preferences and choices into the musical material we are working on! Music is a skill that anyone can learn to do and the speed of your improvement is directly related to the amount/quality of your practice outside of lessons! I will teach you how to get the most out of your practice time and to keep you enjoying your lessons! We will have a good time and set a pace that fits with you and your schedule.

Heather B

Heather B

Instruments: Voice, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Recorder, Piccolo

Teaching Methods: I use the Rubank Instrumental series for all beginning players. I do help my in school students with what ever book they are using in class (this includes band and choir music.) When students get the general basics I start using solo, duet, and various scale books. The students are also able to pick various books that interest them (Christmas, religious, pop) to supplement their learning. I also an use various state recommend solos and ensemble for competitions. Music theory books are also recommended but not must.

Teaching Styles: I am a warm and caring teacher that just wants her students to succeed to the best of their abilities. I teach the basics and build on them. I push my students, but I know that not every person has the same goals. My private lessons are tailor to the individual student's need and ability. I can only help you go so far. The student must be willing to put in the practice time and the effort. I am not against trying different teaching techniques for different students. I realize that students have a life outside of music but they must be willing to put in the time

Lindsay D

Lindsay D

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Trumpet, Saxophone, Flute, Piccolo

Because all students have a unique style of mearning, at any age, I usually choose music that fits the student's ability at that time. If a student has a special request to learn a certain song, we discuss if it will be appropriate for them, or if they have to work up to that level. For piano students, I use the Thompson piano series (red book), and for other students, especially flute, there are methods books that I teach from. 

Chelsea C

Chelsea C

Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

I have been teaching private lessons for almost two years. Some of my students competed in the ISSMA Solo and Ensemble Competition (in Indiana) and received Gold and Silver awards. Before I started giving lessons, I volunteered with a community group in Indiana called the Phillips Music Guild of Indianapolis. Through the Guild, I helped mentor students who were learning to play music.  I have mainly taught 5th graders through adults and am happy to work with any students in this wide age range. My favorite teaching moment is when a student starts to see how different aspects of music go together and their eyes light up!

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