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Lou M

Lou M

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 After over twenty five years of teaching, I have combined the use of numerous books into my own method. Much of what I have learned also comes from on the job training. I use  audio tracks I record in my studio to give students the experience of playing with other musicians.  They practice with their instrument in the track, and I also give them a track without their instrument so they get the feel of being the drummer, or the keyboard player, or the guitarist. No matter what instrument they are studying, they learn music theory, and how to read. 

Francisco S

Francisco S

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Throughout college I have taught freelance to different students.  I have helped peers study and work through new pieces.  I maintained a private student schedule while also continuing my education. I have been playing guitar and piano for years and am well versed in many different styles

Gregory H

Gregory H

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My teaching experience can go as far back as high school. Even though, I was still a student, My piano teacher let me teach the class because for 1). He didn't want to because he was a Choir teacher and it help him to prepared for his choir and 2). I was more advanced than everyone else. I took that opportunity and did the best I can. After High School, I continue to do lesson for piano.

Brett I

Brett I

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I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students and sharing my love of music. In 2008, I graduated from DePauw University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance. In 2014, I graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master of Music degree in Church Music. I love to teach and see my students come to love music just as I do.

Yusef M

Yusef M

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Over the course of my career, I have refined his teaching methods to become very effective at taking complex information and breaking it up into simple steps. This approach has allowed me to achieve a high record of success in learning and performing music.     

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