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Cassandra P

Cassandra P

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I have played with many different groups including jazz ensembles, and praise and worship teams. I have also played at many different weddings, musicals, and school functions. I also have an extensive background in accompanying for vocal students. 

Susan F

Susan F

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Clarinet: Rubank, Hendrickson, Klose, Rose Etudes Guitar: Alfred, Hal Leonard, Duncan, Parkening Piano: Glover, Thompson, Bastien, Schaum Violin: All for Strings, Mueller-Ruesch 

Lara C

Lara C

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Perhaps the most beautiful thing about the teaching is sharing the knowledge with the students. Acquiring a new knowledge can be compared to making new big and small discoveries almost every day. It always has been rewarding and inspiring for me. (I believe it’s the most important part of my motivation). If the teacher has enough teaching skills, techniques, and personal charisma for showing the students how interesting, thrilling and inspiring every small discovery is, she/he is very happy teacher who can motivate the students well. And both sides share the joy of these discoveries. It is very important for me to be friendly, open and patient with the students. I believe that the educators are to do their best to build up and maintain the sense of acceptance in all students. Interaction between students and teacher is fertile with opportunities to sow the seeds of acceptance.  Another important parts of teacher’s mission are nourishing students’ natural curiosity and helping them to develop their problem-solving abilities.

Christina D

Christina D

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I absolutely LOVE to see my students succeed!! I also know that not all students learn at the same level, so everyone will have different assignments. Each week, I will assign a song, or two (depending on how they are doing) to practice for the next lesson. I may also assign a couple falsh cards to memorize here and there. I understand there will always be that one song that is very difficult to pass, don't worry!! We will get through it and work on other songs in the mean time. :) I will try my best to make each lesson as sufficient and exciting as possible!! Music should be FUN! So we will make it FUN!!

Kathleen S

Kathleen S

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I graduated in 2007 from DePauw, and moved to Indianapolis, where I taught private piano, clarinet, and saxophone lessons. I also taught group lessons at a catholic school in the city in their after school music program. I like to encourage students to play what they are interested in, as well as practice the fundamentals. I've found that a combination of what they are interested in (pop, rock, other modern music) paired with these fundamentals (theory, technique, scales) is essential to keeping interest levels high as well as motivation to practice. I encourage my students to participate in as many performance opportunities as possible, including solo and ensemble contest for clarinet and saxophone. I teach beginner to advanced levels on clarinet, up to intermediate on saxophone, up to early intermediate on piano, and beginner guitar. I accept students of all ages! I have also had experience teaching adapted lessons for students with any type of developmental disability.

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