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Nate A

Nate A

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I try to keep things lighthearted and fun, but also demand a lot from my students and hope for regular practice to push them to new heights. Music is fun, but with hard work the lessons will pay off with the reward of improved music ability. I always incorporate music that the student is interested in and challenge them to be able to play their favorite songs. I tailor my lessons to fit the needs of the student, and cater to all different types of students. I have a lot of experience teaching students with learning disabilities, particularly autism and attention disorders.

Anthony T

Anthony T

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I began providing private instruction back in early 2009 with local friends and family for free. In 2011 I started to take teaching more seriously and had several students over Skype and in my own studio. I am currently an educator at a music school in Litchfield County and teach in-home private lessons throughout the Hartford area. I fell in love for teaching while attending the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee after being offered a teaching assistant position for a beginner level class of 120+ students. I had helped each student tune, prepare for exams/homework assignments and offered free extra help whenever needed. I was titled "the best teaching assistant" in this class only after two semesters of experience. Since then, I have been teaching consistently with several different companies and independantly in my own home.

Dylan L

Dylan L

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For beginning students I like to start with building good technique and posture and making sure that the fundamentals are practiced thoroughly.  I grew up learning through the Suzuki Method and I like to teach that way as well.  Suzuki said that any child could learn to play music because like a child learns language through listening, a child can also learn to play music the same way.  With support from teachers and parents or guardians a child can become a successful and accomplished musician.  For students with a little more experience I will get them to work towards an attainable goal and figure out what it is that they want to get from the lessons.  Whether it is to improve technique or learn the names of the notes, I can cater to the needs of any student.  My hope is that my students can reach a level of musicianship where they feel comfortable expressing themselves on their instrument and would hopefully be able to share this accomplishment with family and friends at a recital or concert.  

Dan Z

Dan Z

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  I cater my lessons according to the students experience level. For beginners, I teach them a few chords, exercises and get them playing their favorite songs fairly quickly. This helps build some positive steps and motivates the student to keep playing. For more experienced students, I use the Berkley Guitar Method, teaching them chords, scales and simple songs which puts the theory into practice. I also teach students to read music, which helps them understand music theory and song structure. However, playing and having fun are most important aspects of my teaching method!  

Kyle H

Kyle H

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As a guitar teacher, I like to start with gatting the student accustomed with each string, including how to tune and different notes on each string. Next, I start teaching chords by starting with E minor and then moving as little as possible with the fingers so the student can understand the relation between certain chords. For voice, I start with posture and breath support and work on vocal techniques before we even start with singing songs. Finally, with piano, I use Alfred's Group Piano for Adults books 1 and 2. Of course, those are only guidelinesand I'm always feline to teach a different way if it is not working for the student or if they're looking for something more specific.

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