Featured Music Teachers Near Philadelphia, PA

Gozde T

Gozde T

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A teacher is a very important role model for the young generation. As an open minded teacher, I would like to inspire and courage the students with the healing power of the music. I would like to motivate them and prove how their talents can help achieving their goals and change their lives. This is my career ambition and dream. 

Jennifer S

Jennifer S

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Recognizing that each student is unique, i.e., their instruments, learning styles, mental and emotional make-up, etc., I need to be flexible in how I work with each student. There is no one-size-fits-all! I work to understand each student's learning style and adapt my teaching accordingly. I ask a lot of questions, asking the student to think about their own learning style, what they are experiencing, hearing, and feeling. This not only gives me cues on how to better adapt my teaching style to them, but gets them thinking about what they are doing and reinforces their learning, which in turn helps them in their own practice by starting to become their own best teacher.   If I were to describe my teaching approach in a few words, those words would be fun, flexibility, patience, and excitement. When a student has a breakthrough with their singing, confidence, their self- or kinesthetic awareness, whatever it may be, I get so excited; it is really cool to see the look on a student's face and hear the excitement in their voice when they really "get" something! For me and as experienced by most of my students, voice lessons are about so much more than just learning to sing. The growth I see in many aspects of and layers in my students' lives is a joy to see and I am grateful I get to be a part of that.

Amber R

Amber R

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For beginning students, I generally start with Suzuki Method, Sassmannshaus, and my own methods which I have created over the years.  I emphasize the importance of ear training, becuase that is what allows us to know if we are playing correctly.  For intermediate and advanced students, we work very heavily on warm ups, scales, etudes, and repertoire.  Repertoire is a personal thing, and many of my adult students already have an idea of what they would like to play.  However, I do love the Suzuki Method's choices of repertoire and I will typically work from this methodology, unless we have discussed otherwise.   

Asherah C

Asherah C

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While in college I had three piano students for two years each, all at the beginning level. For the past two years, up until moving to New Jersey for school this fall, I had four regular vocal students, also at a beginning level. While living in Roanoke, Virginia, I worked as a substitute teacher, and subbed for a number of music classes over the course of a semester. 

Michael C

Michael C

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I'm a passionate teacher and performer who is motivated to work with students and get them where they want to go with their playing. I went to school in Philadelphia where I studied with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra and I have graduated from Temple University with a MM in Music Performance. I perform regularly with orchestras around the area and I record music for NFL Films. I have had the opportunity to tour China as well as perform with orchestras in Italy and Austria. My goal is to always keep students engaged and enthusiastic with their playing and to make it challenging and fun at the same time.

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