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Jamie T

Jamie T

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I've been teaching voice and piano, both privately and in public schools, for 12 years in the Austin area. I have taught all ages and styles and am open to any kind of music. I believe in practice and routine as a foundation to learning, but also improvisation and experimentation. I learn best across multiple media and I LOVE using the internet and a variety of applications to supplement my student's studies. My goal for all students is a very rounded music education, with great fundamental techniques and practice habits for their instrument.

Sara K

Sara K

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For younger beginners on piano I use the Hal Leonard series to start.  For older piano students I use Faber & Faber. For guitar and voice, I base my method on the students' interest.  I feel that for a student to be successful and enjoy the instrument they are learning, they need to be learning a style that excites them.

Anitra B

Anitra B

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Although my expertise is in performance, vocal technique, musical analysis, theory, and principle applications of classical music, 10 years of experience has taught me that the arts encompass every aspect of our lives.  Through music, literature, and the arts, I endeavor to inspire children and adults alike to learn at play, to give and grow, explore and discover.  I believe that every moment of a young person’s life is an opportunity for growth and enrichment.  As they learn about themselves and the world around them, we can guide their footsteps with tender care, wisdom, insight, encouragement and love.  I believe that students need to be surrounded with opportunities to express from their hearts and minds, know themselves, embrace the arts, and enjoy the nurturing of their tender, ripening intellect.  It is also my most sincere belief that music is one of the most poignant mediums by which we can offer these opportunities.  It touches the deepest and most inexplicable parts of us all, yet it can be simple enough for anyone to understand---even an unborn child.  The principles of music have been proven to literally train a young brain to be receptive to complex learning, high levels of thinking and reasoning, and the mastery of numeration, sequencing, and calculation.  Although every teaching experience is unique, my constant goal is to excellently open the door for the mastery of musical understanding and technique, as it brings about self-confidence, broadens self-awareness, fosters the development of intellect and nurtures a love of learning.  

Andrew M

Andrew M

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I've found that tailoring my instruction to the wants and needs of the student is incredibly important to ensure a lifelong appreciation for playing music. Not every student needs to play Beethoven. I focus on positive reinforcement and helping students become comfortable with their instrument, so that they enjoy playing and practicing every day. Questions are encouraged, and creative impulses are pursued wherever they lead. That way, we can play together and grow together!

Loree R

Loree R

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I began teaching piano at age sixteen at a music studio, referred to the owner by my own piano teacher.   I have successfully taught piano and voice many years and feel that students should learn in a way that is motivating and rewarding. I have extensive experience working with young voices as well as adults, and am pleased to offer vocal coaching as needed to performing students. 

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