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Nathaniel A

Nathaniel A

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I believe teaching music doesn’t just teach music—it teaches us life skills that are applicable to any field and any situation. My teaching philosophy is a mix of many ideas, and I believe it is more successful the more places I incorporate ideas from. --Capital High School Academy for the Performing Arts recipient of the "Music Legend" Award --New Mexico high School All-State trombonist, 2002, 2003 --New Mexico Inter-Collegiate Honor Band, 2006 --Fudung University, Shanghai, China certificate of appreciation for contributions to the performing festival at the 2010 World Expo Music Festival --Outstanding musicianship award, University of Nevada at Reno Jazz Festival, April of 2008, and 2011 for composition as well as outstanding soloist. --New Mexico State University Honors Recital performer, Fall 2007, Spring 2008 --Graduate Assistant to Athletic Bands, University of Utah, 2009-2011 --Performed with artists such as: John Fedchock, Steve Houghton, Byron Stripling, Doc Severinson, Jeff Nielsen, the Harry James Orchestra, Phil Campo and the "Loose Change" Jazz band, Five by Design, Gene Pokorney, and many others. --Current Middle and high school Choir/Band director with Albuquerque Public Schools --Clinician for various schools in area -Composer/Arranger

Deanna O

Deanna O

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The beginning students always start in a book, which is usually John Thompson's "Teaching Little Fingers to Play", or for the older students, "Bastien's Book for Older Beginners."  As they move along, the students often have an idea of what they want to play, and often bring me music, especially the adolescents.  I can determine more upon working with the student over time. I definitely customize my lessons for each student, and don't compare one to the other.  Some of them have been my students from early childhood to high school graduation.  

Chris O

Chris O

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When I teach, top priority is for the student to grow as a person through music. I don't believe in a drill sergeant approach with the only goal being flawless technique. I strive for my students to be well-rounded and educated musicians who will be able to make decisions for themselves and listen to everything with a refined ear. I set weekly goals that are challenging but approachable. I focus on not just the fundamental techniques of the instrument, but educating the student in all aspects of musicianship. Weekly objectives will include ear-training exercises as well as technical exercises. While becoming a better musician is work, I also strive for my students to have fun! If a student is not having fun learning their instrument, something is wrong and I will aim to fix it.

Rodrigo Pessoa d

Rodrigo Pessoa d

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I use the Suzuki method for all starters, however, the repertoire is not only Suzuki. As indicated reading method, the more used is the I Can Read Music and the Hal Leonard Essential Elements. My students' repertoire is very significant in the process to be played and arranged for an ensemble as well. I understand that each student has a specific kind of motivation to play a musical instrument and usually, the student finds a new way when he/she start playing in a group (in his church, school etc). In sum, repertoire, and reading skills are developed separately in the beginning and then combined as soon as possible.

Andres C

Andres C

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In all cases, the most important thing I try to teach is the love for this art and therefore for the instrument I'm teaching, because that is the best thing a teacher can teach you. I encourage all my students to set goals that are real and possible to accomplished. Acknowledging their advance is a key thing to motivate them to go further every time, always taking care of his health avoiding any kind of injuries through setting a good practice routine with proper warm-ups. I'm always open to teach my students what they want to learn, being also honest with them by showing them that learning music is a step by step process which with discipline and hard work can reward you more than most things in life could ever do.

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