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Aaron H

Aaron H

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I am a fun and very versatile guitar instructor who loves taking a student to the next level with their guitar in which ever style they may be interested in. I just recently graduated from the University of Arkansas with a guitar degree in Jazz and Classical with a minor in German. I was the lead singer/guitar player for a Blues/Jazz band in highschool and played with a few local band in Fayetteville, AR where I went to school. I am currently living in the Farmers Branch/Addison area looking to further my teaching experience while also playing live music. I feel I am very good at being patient and explaining techniques to students of all levels.

Alex Y

Alex Y

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My teaching style stems from my philosophy that music is a language. So my approach is focused on using the skills and knowledge while "speaking", or playing, with other musicians. That is why my approach is focused on jamming. After the student can understand how to make the instrument sound, I immediately give them the oppertunity to put their skills into practice. I will take time from each lesson to just jam with the student and allow them to explore the instrument. I encourage the student to feel free and not to be afraid of mistakes, as mistakes will teach the student what sounds and feels like a mistake.  Having the opportunity to play with someone without judgement is something every beginning student needs. When a child is learning to speak, we don't chastise them for poor sentence formation. I take this sam approach to music. I am all about the student feeling comfortable and secure in their playing. 

Francisco S

Francisco S

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My methods for new students is to find out exactly what level they are at and accomidate. I have a collection of different books for children and for older students we can dive right in to a certain style.  I do believe that every musician should have a stong understanding of the foundations.  With a stong theory background I can push students to where they want to go.

Lauriann C

Lauriann C

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I began teaching while I was still a student at the Conservatory of Music in the 1990's  I was Voice Teacher at the Intermezzo Music School in Guaynabo, PR.  I taught all ages from 7 - 69.  I stayed there for 7 years.  I also gave private singing lessons to students at my own home in Carolina, PR.  And then, I proceded to give voice lessons at different churches like the Methodist Church (where I also founded and directed the choir), Evangelical Church (where I gave voice lessons at the Biblical Institute to prospect Worship Leaders).  I have a calling to help all of those who wish to advance and perfect their talents, not only to be just listened but to also sing something that matters.

Jeff E

Jeff E

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I am fluent in reading music and understand how to teach students how to read themselves if they have the drive. I have also found how to approach teaching on an individual learning or custom learning basis. Each student, each time, requires certain framework to get the most out of the lesson and to keep them on a path that keeps them interested, striving, and happy with their own abilities. I like to perform with students also. There must be some discipline in learning an art form or skill. So we have fun, but, we must put some work in so we can get better. My goal is to help students find their goal, start the path, and most importantly, convince them they are on the right path to the goal and the musical results are the proof. I use various method books from Hal Leonard, Julio S. Sagreras, Mel Bay, Christopher Parkening etc.

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