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Harold C

Harold C

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I possess a thorough knowledge of the instrument. I focus on proper technique for all students, regardless of his/her playing ability. Once proper technique is established, I utilize the Berklee Series as a basis for instruction. These volumes are supplemented by exercises, which I write specifically for the particular student's needs. As the student progresses, I incorporate tunes that the student wishes to learn into the lesson plan.

John W

John W

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Im 30 years old and have played since age 10.I have experince playing in bands mostly in the West Texas area and took guitar lessons with the famous Rusty Cooley in the Houston area.

John M

John M

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I'm a teacher at heart and I always have something new and exciting to give to others in the form of information or skill. I've been teaching professionally for seven years and I love every single minute of it. I have worked in two Texas Independent School Districts and I have worked with a wide variety of age groups and subjects, not just music. I occasionally play live shows on the weekends with my band and I can play four other instruments besides the guitar.

Jovier O

Jovier O

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I began studying music at age 10 in the National School of Art in my hometown Havana, Cuba. My instrument was the guitar, which was a gift from my parents because I always had a strange attraction to the melody. I decided to study music because when I look back to when I was younger, my favorite memory was when I used to sit in the park with my parents and listen to the bands play. When I began music school I always played in special events. In the year 2002 I won a scholarship to study at the National School of Art in Havana. After several aptitude examinations I was finally elected, and that is one of the most beautiful memories I have of my time as a student. For the next 4 years, I took part in different competitions and music concerts with the Symphony Orchestra of Havana and I had the honor of playing with Leo Braower, Joaquin Clerch, and many special presentations as a student. In 2007 I began to study at the University of Arts of Cuba. While studying I was also a professor at the National School of Art. I liked the work as a professor of music because I always had the councils of my teachers and those experiences I then conveyed to my students in each of my classes. After I graduated from college I decided to be a teacher; that was where I felt more needed and knew I had to be. I want my students to be honest and true to themselves. I help my students learn the music as though it is vital in the life of any human being.

Roz C

Roz C

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When meeting a student, I want to find their "currency". Meaning, I want to find what makes them want to work and practice. There is nothing more rewarding than working for a goal and accomplishing it. I like finding music that my student wants to learn and making a music theory lesson that compliments the instrument lesson.

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