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Juan D

Juan D

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I listen to what the student has to say, and also hone in on where they are currently in their musicianship. This allows me to really see what areas need to be focused on specifically. I strongly encourage students to push themselves and will often provide slightly more challenging material to help them improve. One of the most rewarding moments is seeing a concept/idea click with a student. The lightbulb moment is absolutely inspiring, not just for students, but for everybody else involved as well.

Lynne B

Lynne B

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From 2002 to present I have taught private lessons and ensembles here at Filedheacht Music School [East Bridgewater, MA] which I own and operate.  I have taught throughout my career as time and schedule have permitted since 1983. Consistent practice habits and structure that are responsive to the student's abilites, goals and schedule are the core of my approach. I endeavor to Inspire, Educate and Achieve: in that order!

Kamen R

Kamen R

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First thing's first: 1) WHAT are you listening to, lately? 2) WHY are you interested in learning music? 3) WHERE do you hope music will take you? This helps me to find out what my student's interests are, and where their passion is. Two beginners of the same age learning the same instrument, for instance, can have vastly goals, interests, and areas of strength. For beginners: scales, simple melodic pieces, and a very basic overview of notation, key, and time. Once an adequate amount of fundamental material has been grasped, I like to have the student select songs or pieces that they already know of and learn to play simple translations of them that I will prepare. For intermediate students: heavy rigor with more complicated exercise in the form of etudes (piano), vocal runs (voice), and picking exercises (bass/guitar) is encouraged, with an introduction to more complicated music theory and harmony. I like to have my students progress to a point where they feel comfortable picking a song of their choice, transcribing it as accurately as possible, and playing it. For advanced students: there is no set structure for advanced students, as their requests and sets of strengths and weaknesses are so individually specific that I have to create a specific lesson plan for each student. However, one theme that I love to introduce advanced musicians to in terms of music theory are the psycho-acoustics and emotional manipulation of specific chord progressions, modes, cadences, and modal interchange.

Alper T

Alper T

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I'm a guitar player and a graduate of Berklee College of Music as a recipient of the Berklee On the Road scholarship. Past venues I performed venues/countries include at Berklee College of Music, Sidewalk (New York), Capital One 360 Cafe (Boston), Middle East (Cambridge), Umbria Jazz Festival (Perugia, Italy), City of Arts and Sciences (Valencia, Spain)  I studied songwriting and performance with artists like Pat Pattison (John Mayer, Gillian Welch), Sofia Rei, Javier Limon and participated in clinics with Michael League (Snarky Puppy), Dave Fiucyzinksy My first album was released in January 2016 by Palma Records all over the world

Brian S

Brian S

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My teaching style consists of patience and positive energy, as well as having the lessons being interesting and fun. I love when students take initiative. practice is important in learning. I hold a high value on accuracy, then building speed to the desired ability. Everyone learns differently and I adapt my lessons based on the student. Everyone learns at their own pace, and will be a better student to be free of any time constraints on what is learned. I understand exactly what it's like to be a student, since I was one myself at one time.

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