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:
Instruments: Piano, Voice
Teaching Methods: Our first lesson will be a "get to know you lesson." I will ask questions such as "What kind of music do you like?", "What are your musical goals?", and " Have you ever taken lessons?" I want to know everything there is to know about your history and likes and dislikes in music. For the following lessons, we will start off with music theory because as a musician it is VERY important for you to understand how to read, write, analyze, and count music. Once we are done with theory we will move on to warm-ups. Each student is different so each student will have their own set of warm-ups. My goal is to extend my students' range in a healthy way. After warm-ups we'll move to singing.
Teaching Styles: I find that music theory is very important in learning how to sing.
Teaching Methods: I normally teach them from the start (basics) and i would also spend some time in theory wise, not just playing. This is because if the students know nothing about music theoricaly, it is very hard for them to understand the score sheets and all when it comes to the higher level. (it's like having to sit for the computer test before taking the road test for driving). I am very patient and will make sure that my student is having fun.
Teaching Styles: Nothing is more rewarding than seeing my student developing the love for music. I will always go with the student's pace without rushing as we won't be doing any examinations. Teaching is my thing and i will inspire my students by doing so.
Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola
Teaching Methods: For young beginner students, I start with Essential Elements book one so they can play along with the CD with adjustable tempo. Later, I gradually introduce the songs from Suzuki books and continue applying it with Suzuki teaching method. In addition to Suzuki classical songs, I add some duets to play with students for building the chamber ability for students. Also, some fiddle tunes for addressing some technique left out from the Suzuki books to keep lessons challenging and fun.
Teaching Styles: I love teaching and find it rewarding to do by watching my students making greater improvements. Not only I encourage students to extend their interests of playing music but also like to challenge their potentials by pushing tow ards the limits. My main goal is to teach my students to appreciate and enjoy the music. Also, I emphasize that parents to take an active role in lessons, as they will be the "teacher" when students practice at home.
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, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet
Teaching Methods: Lessons will consist of learning and executing the fundamentals of good sound production, scales, articulation, technical exercises, range expansion, phrasing, proper hand posture and extended techniques. Studies used in lessons include books by Lester, Rose, Klose, Hite, Cavillini, and many more.
Teaching Styles: Lesson structure is outlined by long tones, scales and technical exercises, tonguing, etudes, solo repertoire, rhythm exercises, reed work and building sight-reading skills through playing duets with the instructor.
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