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Molly M

Molly M

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Molly likes for piano lessons to be enjoyable while still providing an atmosphere of learning. Exactly how a lesson unfolds varies from student to student in order to fit the needs and desires of each student. 

Brooke M

Brooke M

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I am a very fun, patient, and outgoing teacher. I love working with all ages! I teach in the Denver and Parker area.

Marty M

Marty M

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Piano and Drum class descriptions: PIANO - Our emphasis will be on playing well-known songs, using the page you're reading, your ear, and your memory. With less emphasis on notation (we'll read the treble clef most of the time, and the bass clef almost never), and more on music theory and playing by ear, you'll move along quickly and feel like a part of the band in months, not years!  My piano students also get some coaching and experience in singing (if they want to) -- I can help you to sing along with what you're playing, if you'd like to be a singer who can accompany yourself on the piano.  DRUMS - You'll learn how to separate and control the four body parts (two hands, two feet) quickly, and then create a beat you can really feel -- we'll emphasize making it sound like music, not reading complex drum notation. Also you'll have a chance to learn other percussion instruments (optional) -- sometimes hand drums and a tambourine are just what a particular gig calls for, and it's nice to have that versatility!  All lesson plans are created day by day, specifically for the particular student at that particular moment of your progress.

Jonathan E

Jonathan E

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For beginners, I start with basic scale structure and an introdction to ear training. Solo repertoire is then added to the mix. For adults, I try to find what the student is interested in and guide my instruction accordingly. Always keep lessons fun, no matter what!

McKaylee M

McKaylee M

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...better. When you’re juggling an already busy schedule, picking a time and setting it aside helps make practicing a habit. It also helps with fighting procrastination! Sit down once per week and plan when you’re going to practice during the upcoming week. Write it into your calendar or planner so that it’s part of your daily schedule and you can’t avoid it. If you don’t keep a written or digital calendar, try setting alerts on your phone or computer. Do Mental Practice Sitting down and formally practicing your instrument is the main way to improve, but mental or informal practicing is also a useful tool. If you commute to work ... Read More

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...Have you ever tried to sing harmony and didn’t know where to start? Did you feel awkward when you had a hard time finding your starting pitch? Singing harmony can be tricky at first and can often make a musician feeling vulnerable. It takes a little practice and a little patience but once you can start singing harmony it’s a very powerful tool you can use in your bag of tricks as a musician. Everyone has a voice and I feel everyone can learn to sing at some level. Now, if you’ve been playing music for awhile learning to sing harmony won’t be as hard as it seems. You’ll begin to ... Read More
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