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
I have been teaching since finishing High School in 2007. I have worked in piano group lessons and private lessons as well. Currently (not including Musika), I have fifteen private students I see weekly and have been with these students for almost seven years. I have worked with students preparing for NYSSMA, students preparing for College Music audtions, or just teaching piano as a hobby. All of my students would describe our lessons as fun.
Instruments: Piano, Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Keyboard
Music and Arts, All Brass, and piano Private lessons to students all ages Faculty Trumpet Instructor, Berklee College of Music, City Music Outreach Program (2012-2014) Berklee City Music is a nonprofit education program that harnesses the energy of contemporary music to reach underserved 4th to 12th graders. Students dedicate themselves to building their musical talent, their self-confidence and, in the long run, the strength of their community. With year-round instruction, expert faculty, individualized mentoring, and a comprehensive curriculum, students are set up for success. Berklee City Music combines the breadth of Berklee resources, facilities, and available scholarships with an environment of attention and encouragement. Kids get the tools and support they need to flourish as students, musicians, and—perhaps most important—confident and well-rounded individuals ready to shape their world. Harborlight/Stoneridge Montessori School, (2010-2013) Taught group lessons to students in 5th and 6th grade. Beverly Public Schools, (2010-2013) K-12 Substitute General Music Teacher, and Para Professional. Instructed classroom music lessons weekly to children K-12 based on lesson plans. Teaching music theory, music history, and organized musical activities for students. Skype Trumpet Lessons (2009- Present) Teaching lessons to students of all ages, focusing on jazz improvisation, technique, embouchure building, site reading, and music theory.
Instruments: Piano, Trumpet
I started teaching private music lessons during my senior year in high school in 2010, and I have had students of a all ages for the last 6 years. During lessons with my students, I always make it a priority to give them positive reinforcement when they show improvement, but also advise them to continue practicing daily. This typically has resulted in the student becoming more enthusiastic and getting better on their instrument! I will then recommend auditioning for local bands, participating in competitions, and preparing and performing recitals.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
My experience teaching dates back to High school. I was hired as a private lessons teachers for my high school and another high school upstairs to teach guitar lessons. My theory skills and advanced production skills eventually led me to teaching studio production, showing students accurate ways to improve the sound and quality of their recorded songs/tracks while upholding the standards of traditional ways of learning music. I found that incorporating studio production lessons with the songwriting further enhanced students growth. With the music industry rapidly changing on a constant, students need to be well equip with the skills needed to thrive and succeed despite the changes happening in the industry which i learned and now will pass to other students.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Cello, Saxophone, Clarinet, Drums, Bass Guitar, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar
Teaching Methods: Yes for teaching piano I use Nancy and Randall Faber's books. I have used all of them. For guitar and mandolin I generally do not use a "book". As the lessons progress I might introduce a book if that is what is called for. All orchestral instruments call for the structure of a book and I augment that with my own explanations. This is true for all ages of learners. For singing, at first, I concentrate of vocal formation and physical posture before and songs are introduced. Then we choose music that the learner is excited about. Fun is always the important aspect.
Teaching Styles: I approach teaching music with patience and enthusiasm. I realize that there is an ebb and flow in every person's life and progress cannot be measured in an even intervals. Although I am pleased at a student progress, humanity is vast and always surprising me. Each of us are indeed unique and revered. Even as we learn we can enjoy all the leaps and bumps along the way. As with any teaching method, consistency is attendance breeds the best learning environment. And one thing I tell young learners is that they should never practice. Practice implies work. I want them to play their instruments as a reward for finishing homework for example.
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