Featured Guitar Teachers Near Angier, NC

Larry B

Larry B

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I usually speak to the student about the music they have been listening to and we compare what they've been listening to what they've been learning. Next we review the last lesson and then we work on songs or spend a little time improvising in a way that combines what they're hearing in the music they are currently listening to and their past lessons along with new information.

Matthew D

Matthew D

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I have a few different book options for my beginning students that help pave the way into the learning mindset. The choice of literature often depends on the student's perceived methods of learning. In other words, I try to find the approach that is the easiest to understand for the individual student.  I have found that my student's have a more enjoyable time when the material is more relatable, thus giving us the momentum to continue learning. For my instrumental students (guitar, piano, mandolin) we do start off with some introductory material that both the student and myself agree upon and eventually move our way out of the lessons books and into learning through other methods.  These other methods include sheet music, or they may focus on ear training and learning songs through other ways. For my vocal students, I focus little on teaching repetoire to them. Instead, I focus on teaching them vocal technique and ways to improve the quality of their voice. We will certainly learn songs during this process, but I believe the caliber of the vocal instrument and the singer's ear will go much farther for any singer than learning a lot of material. I teach how to properly support one's voice, how to avoid bad habits such as straining, and I spend time training my vocal student's musical ear. For ALL of my students, I do require they have an understanding of the fundamentals that can only be found in classical music. While I do want each student to learn the types of music they want to play (rock, jazz, blues, folk, etc.), they must learn the basics before they can truly understand these other great styles.

Charlie N

Charlie N

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 Drawing upon my education and experiences as both performer and teacher, I strive to relate my musical background to my students' learning experiences and progress. As each student comes with his or her individual musical wants and interests, student lessons are designed to meet these needs of a particular student. I have young students of ages 5 to 14 as well as students of upper ages. According to a student's level of musicianship (beginner, advanced or in between), students are taught how to read music, music theory in relation to their progress, chords, scales and how to write/compose their own songs. For example,  I have students of ages 7 to 15 that are writing  songs (guitar chords and lyrics) about their pets. I have designed a method of teaching which is full of great musical exercises & fun illustrations for the young student to enjoy while learning skills on their instrument.

Marshall S

Marshall S

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  I have studied music for 13 years, and have been teaching music as a pre-service teacher since I first started my undergraduate studies in 2009. Graduating from the University of North Carolina – Charlotte with a degree in music education has prepared me well to teach music.  During my collegiate work, I studied trombone, tuba, piano, voice, and conducting privately while working towards my degree.  In addition, I served as chapter president of our collegiate chapter of Phi Mu Alpha.  I have played with several different collegiate and community organizations, including many of UNC Charlotte's ensembles the Charlotte Concert Band, and the Triangle Wind Ensemble.  Currently, I am seeking employment in public education as a music teacher, and spend the majority of my free time playing in the area or practicing at home.

Angelo C

Angelo C

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Teaching is not only about passing on information. It is about sharing your own experience as it fits to the student's goals and objectives, all with the right amount of fun as music is fun in the first place. So let's see what we can build together since I will learn from you as I teach you what I know.  

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