Our music lesson students will have the opportunity to take lessons from the comfort of their own home or in one of the teachers studios. Careful attention is placed on each student to ensure a custom lesson plan. Our music teachers understand that every student has different needs and abilities and therefore the lessons will be planned with that knowledge in mind.
lessons are available in the following areas:
Instruments: Guitar, Voice, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Euphonium, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
I teach all aspects of brass playing: air control, embouchure development, articulation, tone, range, and musical interpretation of all styles. I teach a complete understanding of the guitar fretboard. I incorporate music theory and an understanding of chord structure in all lessons, and for all instruments that I play and teach. I have played in a wide variety of musical groups from symphony to jazz and rock, so I can direct my teaching toward the styles that you enjoy. I always keep my tone positive.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Double Bass
I began teaching in Atlanta, shortly after I graduated college in 2009. I have experience teaching all age ranges, from 5 or 6 to adult.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer, Conga
I have over 13 years of experience playing the guitar: over 5 years of guitar lessons taken from credible music teaching establishments, and 10 years of playing and organizing live performances. I have taught anyone who is willing to learn how to play the guitar after my first legitimate guitar lesson. It was then I discovered my love for spreading my knowledge and skills for arguably most sacred and universal language, MUSIC! I believe in myself and my abilities and am determined to instill this into every one of my guitar students. My guitar students want to practice; my love for music is contagious and borderline quirky. My favorite guitar teacher and mentor, Richard Young Jr. was no different; he was such an inspiration I almost needed him to see me succeed. I felt pretty lousy if I didn't practice. I practiced and felt better. So I kept doing it. I am a mentor and role model to most of my students as most of them are young, whether I know it, want to be, or don't. My students, parents, their homes, and privacy are treated with the utmost respect, honor, integrity, and honesty.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin
Teaching Methods: My methods are largely dependent upon the personality and learning style of my students. One thing is always constant in my teaching, and that is the monitoring of the students ability to read and interpret written music and tablature. The first week or two is devoted solely to establishing a basic ability to site-read music within the student. From that point, the journey into the world of guitar begins. I tend to employ the Hal Leonard method of teaching, following along with several of the Hal Leonard guitar books, for electric and acoustic guitars, also bass. After a period of one to three months of learning, I then allow the student to choose which style of music that he or she would most like to learn, then follow along with that using sheet music, tablatures, playing by ear, and other resources.
Teaching Styles: My teaching style is formal, but very friendly. I like to establish a connection with the family and student, making it easy to keep the family updated on the student's progress. I can be somewhat in-formal at times, but only in a way that makes my student most comfortable with me and his or her instrument. I do maintain a regimen, establishing a goal to reach week by week, according to the learning pace of the student. Ultimately, my goal is to get the student to fall in love with the activity that I myself love, making joyous sounds from a wonderful instrument.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
I try to incorporate music that the student likes in to the lessons. I feel that a student is much more likely to practice a song when they truly enjoy it.
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