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Vince T

Vince T

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Each student approaches music differently, and I tailor my teaching to fit that approach. I will ask a student what they're aiming to accomplish, then set short and long term goals in order to acheive them. I believe a strong technical foundation leads to freer ease of artistic expression. My students recieve a wholistic approach to music on whatever instrument of their choice.

John M

John M

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For beginner students I use the Hal Leonard method to teach reading and positioning. Chords I teach at the pace the student is learning to play them cleanly (and this varies tremendously), starting with the easier open chords and moving on to progressively more difficult voicings. There are certainly some good beginner pieces in the hal leonard books and sometimes I pull recital material out of the William Leavit book. It's also important, with all students, to make sure we can work in some music that they want to learn, whether it be Beatles, Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Hendrix, Chili Peppers, Charlie Parker, etc. I  think that's the best way to motivate a student, give them something they REALLY want to get under their fingers.  I want to add that one of my strongest assets as a teacher is my very comprehensive knowledge of jazz language/theory and the role of the guitar player in jazz music. It is something that the VAST majority of guitar teachers do not possess (but often claim to.) I would be a HUGE benefit to any high school student preparing for college auditions because I have been there myself and know exactly what to expect. I have worked very hard to become a great improvisor and am eager to pass on the knowledge to younger players. 

Ellen Z

Ellen Z

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I studied transverse flute at Moravian College with Robin Kani from 1985-1992. From March 1996 to May 1997, I studied with Brooks De-Wetter Smith at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I studied recorder for two semesters at Moravian College with professors Dr. Paul Larson and Dr. Larry Lipkis, composer in residence and performer with the Baltimore Consort. 1994 I began to teach privately. I have taught Suzuki flute Book one to beginners,from 1996-1997 in Chapel Hill, NC, and also at the Lehigh Conservatory from 1998-2002 I also teach intermediate to advanced level in flute and baroque recorder. I have much experience teaching youngsters and am currently the Music Specialist at Lehigh University Child Care Center, where I have been teaching preschool music since 2006. I have also taught Kindermusik from 1996-2008. Along with flute and recorder, I play and teach piano to those at a beginner and intermediate level.      My experience dates back to 1994. I began teaching private lessons. 

Ryan H

Ryan H

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I try to set achieveable goals for the student each week, so they have something to work towads before the next time we meet.  I like to have a fun and relaxed atmospher in the studio and encourage my students to their fullest potential and beyond.  I want to see them succeed and it gives me great pleasure to see them tackle their musical obstacles.

Stephanie P

Stephanie P

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For young beginners, I assess the best approach - be it a particular method book or writing out my own studies geared toward the individual.  From the first lesson, proper bow technique is emphasized, helping the student get a pleasing sound in the first lesson.  For older students (teens and up), I teach to their goals and interests, welcoming and encouraging their input.  Communication is vital.  I also give listening assignments to help introduce students to varied repertoire - orchestral, chamber, and even vocal.  

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