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Featured Music Teachers Near Arcadia, IN

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Music lessons in Arcadia . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Michael M offers Music lessons in   Arcadia, IN

Michael M

Instruments: Guitar Bass Guitar Banjo

I start with a few different books depending on the student's interest. I try to encourage younger students to learn to read music. I have often used the Hal Leornard Guitar Method. Often adult students want to focus more on learning chords and how to play a few songs. Sometimes I use the Hal Learnard Tab Method or my own 16 page beginner's guitar book. Read More

Kyle R offers Music lessons in   Arcadia, IN

Kyle R

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Drums Bass Guitar

My teaching experience with guitar goes back to about age 14, when I was understanding and advancing faster than others around me or someone would ask me for advice or help. I never had the chance nor opportunity to advance my studies to get a degree. Thoughout all these years it has been shown that some gifts are certainly not to be taken advantage of. Read More

Sarah ( offers Music lessons in   Arcadia, IN

Sarah (

Instruments: Piano Saxophone Clarinet

I’ve been teaching in some capacity for over 7 years. Currently, I teach private clarinet lessons full time to about 40 wonderful students. Also, I lead sectionals at several area schools and work with the nationally ranked Avon High School marching band. I encourage students to set their own specific goals to work towards. Above all, I aim to make lessons fun and positive so students enjoy learning and playing their instrument! Read More

Tatiana M offers Music lessons in   Arcadia, IN

Tatiana M

Instruments: Piano

I believe, the beggest advantage of the teacher, do not put pressure on the student personaliity, do not to impose your own individuality, dose not make it a role model and play for yourstudents as much as possible. Read More

Arterus Y offers Music lessons in   Arcadia, IN

Arterus Y

Instruments: Voice

Out of school, I am the music director of an all male acapella group, "Note to Self." This will be my second year in this position and I am so excited to keep making music with these guys in the coming school year. We sing in a variety of genres of music. I play piano and sing in a jam band with a group of my good friends, we play music like Steely Dan and Grateful Dead. Read More

Collin C offers Music lessons in   Arcadia, IN

Collin C

Instruments: Guitar Drums Bass Guitar

I provide all music work sheets that we learn from that involve chords, scales, tabliture, notes...etc. Music is based upon the students current skill set, and what their interests are pertaining to music. The overall goal is to further develop musical talent at an appropriate pace in a comfortable teaching environment, that allows the student ask questions, try new things, and explore their insturment in ways they may not have imagined before. Read More

Linda C offers Music lessons in   Arcadia, IN

Linda C

Instruments: Piano

I want to instill a passion for music in my piano students. To do this, I let each student progress at his or her own pace. I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lession and acknowledging the small accomplishments. By finding out what inspires a student, I can tailor my instruction to keep them engaged and eager to learn. Read More

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Paul W

Instruments: Guitar Bass Guitar Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
Play Slow. Learn Fast. Stay Calm. Many people make this crucial mistake when trying improve. We get impatient, antsy, and aggravated when we can't get something right away. Well we have to slow things down. When we slow things down we can give our brains a chance to acknowledge where the issues lie in our playing. It helps us figure out how to approach the issue differently rather than continuing to bang our heads against the wall and that gets us nowhere. Then we get better and more efficient at practicing and before you know you you're crushing songs you once thought were impossible to play.

If you have a Music Degree, what is it in (Performance, Education, Musicology, Theory, Composition, etc) and why did you choose that degree?
I have two degrees in Music. I bachelor degree is in recording technology. I wanted to pursue that as a degree because I had played in bands and did recording of our own. I wanted to get to know the industry and better understand the technology, science, and art of recording. My master degree is in classical guitar performance. While pursuing my bachelor degree i was required to study classical guitar. As my studies progressed I developed a strong appreciation for the style. By the time I graduated I wanted to study more and perform more than be a recording technician.

Did you have a teacher that inspired you to go into music? How did they inspire you?
I wouldn't say that I had a teacher that specifically inspired me to go into music. Rather, a local music shop owner donated guitars to my school and a group guitar elective class was created. I originally signed up so I could goof off but I found that I really loved the instrument. Because of him I was able to first be exposed to it and i was able to build a love for it. Additionally, my parents saw how much I was enjoyed this class. I wouldn't stop talking about and kept asking if I could get a guitar. Thankfully, they saw my interest and had the money to buy me my first guitar. I was so excited about it and they never had to tell me to go practice. I did it entirely on my own. Actually, most of the time they'd tell me to stop because I played so much, haha.

What does a normal practice session look like for you?
I almost always start off with tuning my instrument. If the tuning is good I will take a little time to sit down and clean my fingernails up. I mostly play classical guitar so getting the shape of the nail suitable and clean will help me produce the tone I want. From there I focus on each hand individually. For both hands I keep it simple and focused so that I can focus on good tone production and technique. From there I will work on scales, arpeggios, repertoire, and performing. This way I'm sure to continue working on improving my technical abilities and the music that I wish to perform.

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