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Featured Music Teachers Near Ball Ground, GA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Music lessons in Ball Ground . 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!

Greg M offers Music lessons in   Ball Ground, GA

Greg M

Instruments: Piano Voice Trumpet Music Keyboard

I am a passionate and compassionate teacher who loves working with students from all walks of life. I accept all types of interest in learning - whether it is a young beginner, an advanced college graduate, or an adult picking up where they left off, I cater my teaching strategies to each individual student. I have been teaching since before I graduated from college in 2013, and many of my students have gone on to study music in college and begin their careers as musicians with great success. Read More

Judy H offers Music lessons in   Ball Ground, GA

Judy H

Instruments: Piano

Although I play various musical instruments, such as guitar, harmonica, Chinese violin, synthesizer, and Chinese flute, in various styles and genres, my speciality is piano, especially in classical music. I majored in music as a honor student and was very active in musical productions and activities. However, once I started teaching piano, I fell in love teaching more than performing. I feel that the sharing of my skills and knowledge makes me connect with music lovers and piano enthusiasts in a deeper level, than with the audience. Read More

Atria E offers Music lessons in   Ball Ground, GA

Atria E

Instruments: Piano

It's important that each student progresses at his or her own pace. I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lesson. Acknowledging accomplishments helps fuel a students desire to progress, and make students eager to learn more. Sharing my own stories also give students excitement on what to look forward to if interested in a music career. I make sure I'm very personable so each student can feel comfortable, inspired, and motivated. Read More

Isaiah B offers Music lessons in   Ball Ground, GA

Isaiah B

Instruments: Piano Trumpet Trombone Saxophone Flute Clarinet Recorder French Horn Tuba Keyboard

I am teacher who sets realistic goals to the individual students learning style, learning objective, and learning pace. I am a teacher who believes in positive motivation but believes in promoting each student to have intrinsic motivation. I believe in using technology combined with traditional methods to challenge and promote growth in each of students. I also like exposing my students to as many style of music so that their understand and knowledge is massive enough to function in any musical setting. Read More

Katheryn P offers Music lessons in   Ball Ground, GA

Katheryn P

Instruments: Piano Violin Cello Viola Flute Ukulele Electric Violin Fiddle Double Bass Music Keyboard

I had a wonderful opportunity to perform live in Carnegie Hall, New York City, on live television, primetime on ABC, CBS, and NBC networks at age 15! Performing internationally with touring groups as a teen and as an adult has brought me many joys, meeting great musicians, making beautiful music, and wonderful memories. In the past I have taught public school orchestra, band, and choir, in elementary, middle, and high school. Read More

Greg M offers Music lessons in   Ball Ground, GA

Greg M

Instruments: Piano Voice Music Keyboard

I was a music education major, so I was trained to teach. Over the years I have taught piano and voice lessons privately and with contractors for over 9 years. I encourage students to practice consistently, and to also enjoy learning. I teach various styles and most of my experience is with beginners to intermediate students. I teach students starting at the age of five to adults. I have vocal techniques that help singers to reach higher notes and sing with comfort. Read More

Taylor B offers Music lessons in   Ball Ground, GA

Taylor B

Instruments: Trumpet Trombone Euphonium Tuba

My teaching experience starts 6 years ago when I started teaching marching band in Douglasville, Ga. I marched baritone with Spirit of Atlanta in 2013 and 2014. As time progressed, I started to teach music with local schools through Georgia State University and private connections as either a section coach or a private instructor. My private studio, with brass students, has been running for about two years now. I strive to place the student's interests first through my teaching while also covering the basics of what needs to be learned. Read More

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Jackson V

Instruments: Piano Guitar Drums Bass Guitar Synthesizer Mandolin Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
Practicing material that is both inspiring and challenging allows for growth and motivation in the student. Repetition is key to retention. The student who practices 15 minutes a day will see more progress than the student who practices an hour once a week. This is due to the fact that more frequent playing allows for information retention at a much higher rate. That way, once it is time for a weekly lesson, not only will you play better, but you will feel better as well. Being able to see your own growth is the best motivator to continue to improve in your ability.

What do you think is the hardest thing to master on your instrument?
I feel guitarists face an interesting phenomenon. As guitar was the focal point in numerous bands of the past decades, many players took up all the space in the song. As guitarists grow in their ability, there is a tendency to play as fast, loud, and wild as possible. However, this is not conducive to a well balanced style. The hardest concept to understand and master for guitar, from my experience, is space. Intentionally playing in a sparse style, allowing the song to breathe, and being fully intentional with your note selection is a concept that takes many guitarists years to learn. However, once these concepts are understood, the ability of the guitarist increases exponentially.

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 a degree in Music Industry Studies with a focus in Recording and Production. While this degree is focused primarily on studio work, the Hayes School of Music requires all students to try out on an instrument and participate in ensembles, theory classes, and lessons. Pursuing this degree specifically not only provided me with working knowledge for recording studios, but also for playing in studio sessions, interacting with professionals in the industry, legal and marketing knowledge, and skills both collaborative and communicative. This knowledge is not only incredibly helpful for musicians looking to create their music, but also for those looking to enter a competitive and complex industry.

If you play more than one instrument, how did you decide to start playing the second? (Or 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc)!
In high school, I was playing in a metal band with some friends. While our loose, dirty style was appropriate for live shows, it didn't transfer well to a studio setting when we went to record our debut EP. Due to this fact, I was tasked with writing and performing not only the guitar parts, but the bass and drums as well. After writing and recording all of those parts, I had a few more instruments under my belt. It wasn't until my junior year of college that I started learning jazz piano. This semester long class not only made piano much easier to understand, the visual layout of the theory on the keyboard allowed me to understand theory on a deeper level on all of my instruments.

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