Featured Music Teachers Near Birmingham, AL

David K

David K

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My philosophy is that everyone is musical to some degree and that anyone can be taught to play music. Not everyone can be taught the same way, however, and it takes a highly skilled, creative, intuitive and patient teacher to do that. I customize my teaching to the student.  I use several different method books depending on the age, ability and learning style of the student. For guitar, I teach note-reading in standard notation so that the student can take what he learns to any other instrument later. I teach notes, chords, scales and basic music theory. Depending upon ability and interest, I teach improvisation and solo playing. At that point, I often add tablature since so much music is written in tab. For those who want to mostly play chords, I teach all types of rhythm accompaniments and fingerstyle.

Abraham B

Abraham B

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I began teaching bass lessons when I was in high school.  I taught bass for 11 years as an adjunct instructor at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.  I also worked as a clinician at the UAB Jazz Summit.  Many of my students have gone on to play professionally and a few have gone on to become music teachers themselves.  The most important aspect to teaching in my opinion is to make sure that the students remain engaged and excited enough to spend the time that will make them successful.

Nathan G

Nathan G

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I come into a lesson with a plan, but I try to engage students in a individual manner that keeps them interested and growing.

Kevin C

Kevin C

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I listen to students play in order to assess their level. I then formulate a strategy for improvement. I log all lessons into a database so that students can reflect back and gauge progress. This approach ensures that both student and instructor are accountable with the tasks assigned.

Monique G

Monique G

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I teach in 1 hour and 1/2 hour increments.  The first part of the lesson we focus on technical vocalization; breathwork, tone placement, anatomy of singing, posture, tension release.  The latter part of the lesson we incorporate technique into song focusing on text analysis, character development, audition and performance readiness.

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