Featured Music Teachers Near Chula Vista , CA

Sarah K

Sarah K

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I usually begin with warm-ups, scales, music theory, then continue with reviewing past homework, focusing on posture, rhythm, technique, etc. Lastly, we will sightread and preview the next pieces to be assigned for homework. Pace is set mostly by the student and how much they practice, but I will always nudge the student to improve in musicianship and posture after every lesson, with patience and perseverance.

Laura R

Laura R

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I have been teaching piano since 1995 but have been playing since 1970. I teach from ages 4 to adult. My oldest student was 65. I also teach beginning to intermediate clarinet, beginning to intermediate violin and beginning guitar. I also teach beginning to intermediate voice. I am a junior at San Diego State University and have been working on my Music Education degree. I have been involved in music my entire life. I was the concert master of the orchestra at Grossmont High School, in La Mesa, California, as well as second chair clarinet in the symphonic band, California. I also sang in award winning Red Robe Choir which competed in Vienna, Austria. I have taught classroom music at a small school in San Diego, teaching beginning music and theory. My students were in K - 8.

Jeff H

Jeff H

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For children, I usually go through a method book that teaches the basics of music and teaches the child to play simple one-note melodies and chords (if their hands are big enough to reach over the neck of the guitar comfortably). For teenagers and adults, I usually find out what they want to learn, what songs/bands they like. This is helpful in motivating as it is the reason they are taking lessons! I still go over the basics of music with adults as it will help them learn songs faster and teach them how to learn on their own as well.  I encourage goals and focusing on meeting the goals rather than the rote "practice 30 minutes a day" concept. Although it is necessary to practice at least 10 minutes a day to see progress, the whole point of learning guitar is to learn songs and skills, not to say "I've played guitar for 2 hours this week." We will write our goals down, track them and focus on how we can meet them. 

Nader T

Nader T

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My teaching method is based on the education I received from four great violin pedagogues who were representing the three prominent Russian, Belgian, and American schools, and also my 27 years of training students. In one hour of my comprehensive teaching, I work extensively on both right and left hand technique, with emphasis on scales, arpeggios, and etudes...which ultimately will result in good tone production, double stops, vibrato, and more importantly, high quality performance. Pieces of music are normally chosen from a huge selections of violin literature or from Suzuki books. Students show very good progress in a short period of time, and they are very soon able to produce beautiful sounds from their instruments, accurate intonation, strong vibrato, correct rhythm, and great musicality. They develop a positive attitude towards the acquisition of the art of violin playing, and look at the learning process as a fun experience, especially when they are exposed to a new piece of music, whether it is a simple song such as Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star or  a major composition such as the violin concerto by Beethoven or Wieniawski. I know how to make the violin fun and enjoyable for students and they whole-heartedly enjoy playing the violin even more when they begin to execute vibrato during their playing and performances.

Sharmay M

Sharmay M

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I feel that nothing is more rewarding than seeing my students develop their talent and joy for music! I approach each student in an individual manner and cater vocal exercises or piano exercises specifically to their needs and skill level. I have each student keep a weekly journal and we mark their progress accordingly. I even give reward points for homework done correctly toward a music gift card. I like to make lessons a wonderful learning process and fun! 

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