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Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Piano lessons in Concord . 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!
Instruments: Piano Guitar Bass Guitar
Ever since I was a child I had wanted to be a teacher. When I got to Central Piedmont Community College I focused on music education because I knew I wanted to teach music theory in college. After transferring to Wingate University I began studying choral music education because I was fascinated byhow the voice works and blends with other voices in a choir situation. I have had the opportunity to study rock bass, jazz bass, classical guitar, piano, and even private voice lessons from private lessons all the way up through college level lessons and these lessons have given me such a drive and passion for not only music, but music education. Read More
Instruments: Piano Voice Organ Synthesizer Keyboard
I'm extremely passionate about making music and enabling others to make music. In 2010, I graduated from Presbyterian College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sacred Music. During my time at PC, I sang and accompanied the Presbyterian College Choir, Cantare! Men's Chorus, and many other students. Since graduating I have served full-time as a musician in the church - singing, playing piano and organ, and teaching lessons in each congregation. Read More
My passion is to pass on the ability to express ones self through music whether it be flute or piano. It gives me great joy to see my students excel and see their confidence increase as they progress in their playing ability. My teaching approach is to emphasize a strict adherence to improving technical skills through practice as well as customizing choice of music to suit their desires and goal. Read More
I was brought up learning the Suzuki Method of Piano. This method has its benefits, but I also utilize other methods such as Faber's Piano Adventures or Clark's The Music Tree. Developing a good ear is essential when trying to express yourself musically. Piano technique is also essential when trying to execute what you want at the right moment. With an emphasis on technique and listening, I motivate my students to also read the music and to interpret the only source that is made available to them. Read More
Instruments: Piano Trumpet Trombone Euphonium Tuba
My goal is to help you or your child improve as a brass player and as an overall musician. I have extensive training in music theory and history to help foster a greater understanding and appreciation of music. I can help players from beginner to advanced gain a greater understanding of their instruments along with the fundamentals and technique to improve both technically and musically. Lessons are tailored to the needs, desires and goals of an individual student. Read More
Instruments: Piano Voice Trumpet Saxophone Flute Clarinet Recorder French Horn Piccolo Oboe Conga Keyboard
I have had a long and wonderful career as a music educator and am now retired, but my passion for teaching music is still strong. I recently moved from Upstate NY to Fort Mill, SC and am excited to open a studio in my new home. My background is in instrumental music and choral/ classroom. It has been a delight to be involved in both band and choral musical activities. Read More
Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Saxophone Bass Guitar Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar
What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
Practices practice preactice .the more you Practice the more you will become confident that you know what you are doing. 10000 hrs in martial arts is said to have mastered that thing ....keep track and you will notice the difference ...not only you but everyine else will too. Don't cram take brakes and stay fresh it allows you mind to refocus amd you body to adjust increase your ability to make movements second nature. Practice can be fun. But you are the one that has to make it that way . everything is already in you . you just have to remember.
How do I know if my child is ready to start lessons?
I believe that your child is ready when they know what goal that want to reach. They have shown interest yes but you can be interested in something and not want to do it your self. When a child sets a goal it says two things. One that you child expects to grow in that area and two that they are motivated to keep going.
When will I start to see results?
Your results are directly based on how much you xhild puts I to the lesson. Kniwing the information is only have of the battle . you have to also apply the methods and concepts that will be taught. That comes with practice and detication and the ambition to get better. Ever child is different. Some you might see results after the first session, while another it many take a week before you can see a significant difference . but after the first lesson they will be able to tell you what they learned .
Does music run in your family? Tell us a little about your musical family members.
Yes music does run in my family . my father played the trumpet. And both my sisiters sing . other members ing my family are also musician and artist . and we all have a passion for being creative. I have relatives that are DJ,s and others that are MCs . my family has always been at least from thr time that I can remember , been a people that have appreciated culture and music is one of the best ways to get a glimpse of someones culture. ...music is all over the world and you can distinctly tell the difference by the music you hear where you are.
When did you decide to become a professional musician? Was it a gradual decision or was there a defining moment for you?
I decided to become a professional. Musicain long beforw I actually became one so yes I would have to say that it was a gradual choice that I made. I actually consider myseld to be an artist in the most general sence of the term. Being out that is creative by any means. It's all the way that things are perceived and who is the audiance. I believe that evwrything is art . if it causes you to thing and be creative I feel that it is an are . with that being said the choice to be a professional musician just means that I practice more than anyone else because it not longer just a hobby bit something that can create new opportunities.
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