Our music lesson students will have the opportunity to take lessons from the comfort of their own home or in one of the teachers studios. Careful attention is placed on each student to ensure a custom lesson plan. Our music teachers understand that every student has different needs and abilities and therefore the lessons will be planned with that knowledge in mind.
lessons are available in the following areas:
Teaching Methods: I have had much success with the Faber series, and I am also familiar with the Suzuki Method.
Teaching Styles: I often give students a variety of short pieces to work on when developing a skill. I spend time developing proper and healthy habits in lessons that the student can carry over into their practice.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar
Teaching Methods: I write my own teaching materials and I can transcribe anything for my students. I draw from all styles of music to teach.
Teaching Styles: I am a classically trained pianist and I have been exposed to the Suzuki style of teaching. I am a self-taught guitarist and I apply my classical training to the popular music I like to play. When I teach, I like to balance my approach with reading and ear training, and with music theory and "feeling" music.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Ukulele, Recorder
Teaching Methods: Piano: Piano Adventures and supplimental materials fit to student interest. Guitar: Hal Leonard Guitar Basics, Rock Guitar Methods, Jazz Method and supplimental books and TAB Voice: Berklee Warm ups and various song trax for individual singers
Teaching Styles: lAll lessons begin with warm ups, for Piano that's Technique Bk, for Guitar it's the spider warmup to increase flexiblilty in fingers, and Voice its vocalizations. Then we review previous lessons, pieces and then move on to new material. I make sure that students understand the new material before the lesson is over. I like to have fun in the lessons and make sure that the student is having fun also. Lessons are a safe place so it's ok to make mistakes. That's a part of learning.
Instruments: Piano, Oboe, English Horn
Teaching Methods: I prefer books in the Bastien series and the Faber & Faber series, but I have used a variety of courses with students, all with success.
Teaching Styles: As a teacher, I emphasize a positive-focused teaching method. I work with each student as an individual, based on their goals and learning styles. In lessons, I focus on relaxed, correct posture and playing position, in addition to ensuring rhythms, pitch-reading, and theory are understood. I also spend time with students focusing on expressive aspects of music, with the goal of performing in a studio recital or other venue.
Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet
Teaching Methods: For flute lessons I like to start with the Blocki method. Once students have progressed with a good fundation I will then introduce solo repertorie. For piano lessons I will start with the Piano Adventures series with lesson books and performance books. And finally with clarinet I like to use the Accent on Acchieviement series.I will work with and listen to the needs of the student and guide my lesson for each individual needs.
Teaching Styles: Each student is unique and each learns in thier own way. With the being said I try to develop a routine that works for each student so that they progress at his or her own pace. I set weekly goals for each student to work towards and encourage them to reach those goals.
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