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Nancy G

Nancy G

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I enjoy working withh Faber and Faber Methods for  Piano because they provide a very well founded,comprehensive method. I utilize, Rubank, Moyse, Wagner Methods for Flute,and Hal Leonard Methods, Noad, Methods for the Guitar.

Tyler B

Tyler B

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Originally from Florida, I am now living and working as a saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, and teacher in Boston after completing my Master's degree from the New England Conservatory. As a performer, I play with several local bands in the jazz, rock, funk, world, and soul genres. I'm currently the saxophonist for Big Mean Sound Machine, a touring instrumental Afro-funk project. I'm also the musical director for The Ward Eights, one of New England's premiere event bands. In other music projects, my travels have taken me across the US, as well as to Canada and Brazil.

Christopher L

Christopher L

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Through my seven years of teaching piano, I have worked with a variety of students ages 5-75.  I emphasize technique and music theory alongside excellent repertoire.  The student and I generally choose repertoire together, so that both of us can be excited to work on the pieces together.  As a composer, I also encourage my students to create their own music.

Aaron B

Aaron B

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My lessons are very structured, but within the structure is a lot of freedom.  An hour long lesson might look something like this:  First 10 min.: Warm-ups, discussion about posture, hand position and muscular/skeletal health while playing.   Next 10 min.: Performance of previous weeks assignments, with discussion about whether preparation was adequate, what was missed (usually dynamics and other articulations) and what could be done to improve.  Next 10 min.: Based half on performance and half on my own ideas, work on a number of techniques to strengthen the weaknesses the student is facing.  This could range from working on a particular scale to solidify thumb crossover, to working on the use of a pick on guitar. Next 10 min.: Discuss assignment for next week and choose songs that would be beneficial.  Assignment usually consists of 1 technical work, 1 musical work and 1 free choice.   Next 10 min.: Monitored practice time.  This a chance for me to see how the student is practicing when I'm not there and correcting mistakes before they can become habits.  Usually involves forcing student to use a metronome, teaching the student to slow down when a piece is too difficult a tempo, and making sure the student is addressing problem areas of a piece rather than starting at the beginning every time.  Last 10 min.: Improvisation.  This covers a broad range of subject matter.  It might involve me playing something like chords while the student improvises.  This is a chance for me to try and hear the student's natural musical voice.  I also use this opportunity to explain to more advanced students, which scales can go with which chords.  This includes pentatonic scales, blues scales and for the most advanced, different modal scales.   For a shorter lesson, usually these would be cut relatively.  For 30 minute lessons (which I don't recommend) certain steps get combined which gets the job done, but not in the most ideal manner.  

Josh G

Josh G

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I want to foster a love and understanding of the instrument in my students.  Therefore, I always make sure to pace my lessons with each student according to them.  This means I set realistic goals for them and help guide them to accomplishing these goals themselves.  These accomplishments will help fuel the desire to progress, and make my students hungry for more.  By finding and encouraging the musical interests of my students, I can keep the lessons both fun and informative.

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