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, Trumpet, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Organ, Recorder, French Horn, Piccolo, Mallet Percussion, Orchestral Percussion, Oboe, Bassoon
Teaching Methods: I have developed my own beginning teaching materials. I also use popular method books for intermediate and advanced levels. I give a fall and spring recital in which all students are encouraged and motivated to participate in. I believe in motivated engaging lessons that produce a fun and enjoyable time at all skill levels.
Teaching Styles: I love to see a student express themselves through music. My style and approach is to tailor instruction for the individual student. This is done with the belief that everyone does not learn the same. By recognizing accomplishments and progress, I seek to keep the desire of music alive.
Instruments: Piano, Synthesizer, Mallet Percussion
Teaching Methods: As a piano instructor I like to work beginers through a few books that have both a visual and comprehensive element which accomodates various learning styles. I continue with intermediate students teaching them scales, arpeggios, chords, jazz/pop harmony (if they wish to persue that), sonatinas (if they wish to persue that route as well), and other repertoire that they want to learn. From there we focus on the style and genre the student gets more enjoyment playing in.
Teaching Styles: Music inspires every human being in some capacity. Not everybody can appreciate all genres of music. While there are melodies and harmonies that are pivitol for creating a strong foundation as a musician, I prefer to work with the student in a genre that will inspire the student to want to practice. If there is desire to practice, the student will continue to grow musically. Therefore, I don't want to force a student to play Mozart when it might be the music of Bruce Hornsby that inspires the student to live another day and vice versa.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Saxophone, Drums
Teaching Methods: I emphasize the benefits music gifts us in regards to developing the brain as much as possible, while making music fun. No matter the style, the psychological benefits music offers are limitless. Giving the whole musical experience keeps people wanting to play and wanting to better themselves as individuals.Whether you want to learn your favorite pop song or a full Beethoven concerto, to anything inbetween, I will personally write a lesson plan for each individual student. We work together to come up with the "best" method for you.The books I use are part of my service I offer so I will disclose that information when the time comes!
Teaching Styles: Being able to teach others and share my knowledge is what drives me, so I like to see progress. I have a goal-oriented approach that differs depending on the individual, but the results are always there. I love feeling the satisfaction of a student learning. Not to mention the relationships that are built and how much I learn from them in turn! It truly is a give and take relationship, just another individual sharing experience and knowledge.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Trumpet, Trombone
Teaching Methods: My methods are as easy as one could find. Mainly I will present the weekly lesson plan, offer feasible ways to secure the instructional material and allow the student time to pace their practice time. I use no harsh language nor emotional weight which would cause the student to feel failure. I encourage students at all costs.
Teaching Styles: Basically my teaching style works along side the student's learning style. If the student requires a strict instructor in order to learn, then that would be my teaching style. If a student has a "laid back" style of learning, then my teaching style will match that student. The basic concept is encouraging the student to give 100% attention to their studies at a pace that they can handle. I will not stand over a student and bark orders, neither will I force them beyond their learning curve. At the same time, this is not a joking or friendship exchange. Music is my business and I want to impart that same reason of thinking to the student.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Saxophone, Flute
Teaching Methods: For piano students I highly recommend the Alfreds books for beginners. After you have some background we can work with the music of your choice, classical, jazz, pop, RnB etc. Some of my specialties include teaching people how to turn chord charts into music, how to improvise and how to use music theory to improve your understanding of music.
Teaching Styles: I prefer a relaxed approach, I try to gear the lesson towards what you really want to learn.
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