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Featured Music Teachers Near Madison, WI

Erin C

Erin C

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I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves sharing my love of music. I've been playing piano for 16 years and flute for 13.

Erik G

Erik G

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I try to understand what the student wants to get out of lessons and adjust curriculum in order to best meet their goals. Generally, I use a combination of method books, sightreading, music theory, and improvisation in my teaching. I use a variety of books and resources for teaching guitar, depending on the level of the student and the style that they are interested in. I try to find music that the student is interested in so that I can keep lessons engaging and fun. Each week I set clear goals for my students to ensure steady progress.

Keith S

Keith S

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I began teaching over three years ago, after many years of playing instruments solo and in groups.  I teach in most styles of guitar, and also beginner piano and bass guitar.  I also love teaching music theory and consider it to be an essential part of any music lesson.  I taught extensively for a music store in New York and after returning to Madison recently, I am looking to continue my work as a music teacher.

Meghan R

Meghan R

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My approach as a teacher is all about the student's needs. I believe very strongly that in order to develop a long-lasting appreciation and skill for music, the student needs to learn at his or her own pace and using methods and choosing songs to learn that engage the student the best. I like to have fun so my students and I usually end up laughing quite a bit! My schedule is flexible so I'm often able to work with the student longer than the scheduled time, so we can have fun and keep learning as long as I'm able to stay and as long as the student is engaged. This makes it more fun for both of us. (note: I don't charge extra for staying late with a student because of this) I also like to incorporate music theory and ear training whenever I can regardless of the instrument, because it sets the foundation for the student being able to write their own songs in the future. I am a writer myself and I think giving students the tools to write their own music is a wonderful gift that helps express creativity, inspires confidence, and lasts a lifetime.

Joel C

Joel C

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I have been teaching drums off and on while maintaining other work for almost 20 years.  While other teachers may always say "Practice makes Perfect" I say something different. "Practice makes permanent".  For me, this means that yes, if you practice something every day you will get better at it - but what if you practice it wrong!  That is why I have an open call/door policy.  I would much rather a student call me and say "I don't think I am doing this right" and let me re-explain something instead of them just to continue practicing it wrong - once you practice something 7 times it is usually in their for good.  If someone does a technique wrong for 7 months, it will probley take me 17 to fix it and break the habit.   I use several books for my students but two of my favorites are both written by Louie Bellson. "Modern Reading Text in 4/4 time" and "Modern Reading text in odd-time"  - They are different books than most use, and I use them especially for my jazz students but I have fount them to be invaluable.  I have also used Hal Leonard's material.  I try to incorporate listening to music as much as possible, videos and anything else I think a student of today might be interested in.   I focus strongly on rudiments and fundimentals with beginning students but also incorporate those right away into what every style they wish to learn.  You'd be amazed at what a "Flam-Tap" can do while learning a Metallica song.

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