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Featured Music Teachers Near Wimberley, TX

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Music lessons in Wimberley . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Matt K offers Music lessons in   Wimberley, TX

Matt K

Instruments: Drums Latin Percussion Djembe

Music makes life awesome! Sharing my passion and love for music is what I do. I graduated from the Musicians Institute in 2012 with a degree in drum performance. There I was able to immerse myself in music, get hands-on training and learn from world-class instructors. Through the school, I met bandmates, recorded for different artists and learned how to be an educator. My musical journey has brought me to "The Live Music Capitol of the World", Austin, TX. where I make a living playing music professionally. Read More

Austin G offers Music lessons in   Wimberley, TX

Austin G

Instruments: Piano Violin Cello Viola Music Keyboard

After many successes, and many more failures, Ive learned what works and mainly what does not work. Ive always been the type of person to explore all options of solving technical or artistic issues in music. Ive been given many teaching tools from many different professors and have been teaching privately for around Ten years and in the public school system for around Three years. My teaching experience covers beginning players on violin, viola, cello, and piano to early advanced players on violin and piano. Read More

Josh G offers Music lessons in   Wimberley, TX

Josh G

Instruments: Guitar

Often teachers will only explain the "how"; I teach the "how" and the "why" so you will have ample knowledge to grow and explore on your own.I teach children and adults and build great rapport with my students. I was originally an engineering professional but quickly steered my focus to music education because it is my true passion. Being involved with music in any way is such a thrill and I bring that excitement into my lessons, keeping my students motivated to learn as much as possible about the guitar. Read More

Darrell V offers Music lessons in   Wimberley, TX

Darrell V

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Saxophone Clarinet Drums Bass Guitar Synthesizer Keyboard Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

Darrell worked at the primary, secondary/preparatory, and tertiary levels at some of the top-rated private schools in New York, conducting and directing since 1986.  He has been a professional producer, director, performer and private instructor/mentor in Austin, Texas since 2009. Performing since 1980, Darrell has worked with all levels of musicians, from beginners to professionals in a wide variety of genres in many facets of music production, from center stage to backstage and in the recording studio. Read More

Ryan C offers Music lessons in   Wimberley, TX

Ryan C

Instruments: Violin

I am a passionate teacher who likes to have fun in lessons! My main goal as a teacher is to inspire my students to be the best they can be. I have found that the teachers that inspire me the most are the ones that I can laugh with or ask questions without the feeling of being talked down to. I want my students to ask musical questions and search for answers so that we can have active musical dialogue in our lessons. Read More

Scotty C offers Music lessons in   Wimberley, TX

Scotty C

Instruments: Guitar Voice Bass Guitar Ukulele Music Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

From learning on the streets to playing on stages to studying music in 3 colleges and working in the record business at Caroline Distribution, MCA, Geffen and Engine/Blackout Records as well as working as a touring stage manager and personal assistant with Peter, Paul and Mary and being the member of dozens of performing/recording bands including my position as a founding member of the Metal Blade recording artist, Gypsyhawk and being listed in the Encyclopedia Metallum and having toured and performed at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts with a theater troupe and my work with soundtracks and original compositions/recordings, I have had and continue to pursue the muse in my widely varied and exciting career in music. Read More

Kostamos G offers Music lessons in   Wimberley, TX

Kostamos G

Instruments: Drums

I was born in August 1984 in New Halkidona-Athens, Greece. At the age of 7, I started my musical education by taking piano lessons. I did not finish my piano studies but the fire of music was burning strong inside me, and at the age of 15 i decided to study drums. Since 2005, i have been a professional drummer and  collaborated with several notable musicians and singers such as Kostas Chronopoulos, Vox, Giannis Markopoulos, Manos Ksidous, No Balance, Teresa Panagiotopoulos, Nikos Georgousakis/M51, KARMA, and The Secret. Read More

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Stephanie B

Instruments: Violin Cello Viola Double Bass

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
Slow and detailed practice is key to any area you are working on, whether it be scales, etudes, or literature. Even if it is a fast passage, you can practice it slowly but with the intent of playing it faster. I also recommend the use of a metronome. Establishing a strong pulse is key to any performance.

When will I start to see results?
The key is practice at home. They more you practice, you will see and hear results faster. Practicing renders more accurate performances by repetition. The repetition in practice is the same principle as learning to ride a bike. The more consistent you are in your practice, your muscles will memorize the movement and spacing. Practicing music is also relative to mathematics in the sense that many must drill/repeatedly practice math facts or formulas in order to memorize them. Music requires drilling or repetition to hear melodic and/or harmonic progression. The repetition also allows individuals to retain patters and movement.

What musical accomplishments are you most proud of?
1. Junior and High School accomplishments 2. College scholarship offers 3. Most of all, I am most proud of the students that I have taught over the last 20 years that have found music as a source of inspiration, motivation, and scholarship offers.

Have any of your students won awards or been selected for special honors? How have they succeeded?
Many of my students over the years received: top chairs in Youth Symphony Orchestras, School string orchestras, Regional and State Honors Ensembles, Superior Solo Ratings, college scholarship recipients.

What do you think is the hardest thing to master on your instrument?
The art of the bow is the greatest challenge. As one matures with the instrument, tone and articulation improves. I believe it is the most important element to concentrate on when developing as a string player.

Do you use specific teaching methods or books? (Ex: Alfred, Bastion, Suzuki, Hal Leonard) Why did you choose them if you did?
For Beginner Cellists: The Art of Cello Playing, Schroeder 170 Foundation Studies, Suzuki Books 1-2 , and other possible method books. Selected materials are based on musical experience. For Intermediate Cellists: Schroeder 170 Foundation Studies, Suzuki Books 2-3, Unaccompanied Cello Suites by J.S. Bach, Whitehouse Scale and \Arpeggio Album, Cellists' Favorite Contest Album. Selections are based on experience and needs. For Advanced Cellists: Schroeder 170 Foundation Studies, Popper High School of Cello Playing, Whitehouse Scale and Arpeggio Album, Cossmann Studies for Development of Agility of Fingers for Cello, Unaccompanied Cello Suites by J.S. Bach, and Individually purchased solo works. Method Books and materials will be determined based on experience and needs.

What does a normal practice session look like for you?
1. Greeting and ask for special needs for the week's lesson 2. Scale Warm-Up 3. Technique 4. Literature 5. Possible duets or ensemble pieces

If you have a Music Degree, what is it in (Performance, Education, Musicology, Theory, Composition, etc) and why did you choose that degree?
My degree is in Music Education. I chose this degree program in 2000 for one simple reason. I suffered from playing injury in 1997. I took some time off, and I was asked to teach some lessons in 1998. I fell in love with teaching others, sharing my knowledge with others about the possibilities in music. When I returned in 2000, I changed my major from Music Performance to Music Education.

What is your dream piece to perform and why?
Elgar Cello Concerto in e minor This work speaks to me unlike any other piece for cello. It is: passionate, reflective, powerful, and peaceful. It is also technically challenging and rewarding.

If you play more than one instrument, how did you decide to start playing the second? (Or 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc)!
I began with taking piano lessons. I then took a music aptitude test. I was encouraged to take cello by my family. I then found clarinet an interest as my mother played at a performing arts school and my aunt was a college professor. After five years of study in public school strings classes and string orchestras, cello won my heart.

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