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, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums
Teaching Methods: I like Faber and Faber piano adventures because they teach a lot like I do. I've been developing a power point and You Tube presentation to go along with the book for those students who need more visual stimulus. I like various curruiculum's with Trumpet and Brass players. I stay around the Trumpet players Bible using an Arban's book with some Clark exercises along with the students band book to help them not to form bad habits.
Teaching Styles: I like to make music fun and lessons fun. I try to give students realistic goals weekly.
Instruments: Piano, Drums, Mallet Percussion, Orchestral Percussion, Conga, Latin Percussion
Teaching Methods: Many self taught drummers learn bad habits which become very difficult to break as they get older. We will break these habits if needed. For the beginner, we will spend the first two or three lessons working on proper grip and motion. Once that is mastered, we will use the Maroni book and use the first page of Stick Control. I would like to supplement that with a John Wooton play along book which takes the boredom out of Stick Control. Once we get into drum set, we will use the Tommy Igoe "Groove Essentials" series which is outstanding. I also like to use Beatles songs as beginner play along tracks. From there we will get into Latin and jazz styles. The ultimate goal is for the student to out play me.
Teaching Styles: I want my students to be successful. I will give them to tools to need to learn to language of music. I will direct them to the materials to help them with that goal. When I was a kid I remember walking out of teacher's studio feeling like a stronger drummer than I did the previous week. I want my students to have that same feeling of accomplishment. I acknowledge students' growth and realize that everyone moves at their own pace. If students are not practicing, I want to know why and fix that problem so that the lessons do not become frustrating for everyone. I offer more than the average Nashville honky tonk musician. Please contact me if you think drum lessons are right for you or your child.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola
Teaching Methods: I use the Suzuki method for my begining students and use my own method to ensure that they can read music. And depending on what style they want to learn I'll either continue with the Suzuki method completely or use it as a supplement material in addition to their desired style.
Teaching Styles: Leandria is a laid back teacher but loves to see her students’ progress with their music. She uses the Suzuki, but believes it’s very important to for her students to learn the basics of the instrument, how to read music and at least 2 songs within the first 3-6 months. In a typical lesson they would start with a scale---saying the note, saying the finger number, and then saying both--- then they would work on which ever piece is their focus at that time, and then they would bow to each other dismissing the lesson.
Teaching Methods: I am good at combine technique and music performance together to teach students. Because I believe that any technique are serving for music, when I teach student, I will tell and teach them why we use this technique to play this music section. For beginner, I will teach them how to build up strong finger and how to complete relax which is very important. These two factors are dependant on each other. I will help them find out the solution to revise their problems to help them really establish correct concept to play professional! And find out appropriate practice methods according to different student individuals.
Teaching Styles: I am very good at using life example to help students understand what I mean. Although practice is very boring, I could help students explore various practice methods, like the rhymich changes etc. to help them find out more entertainment. I am very detailed in teaching to tell them how to analyze music and put analysisi into playing and many skills to help them overcome some difficulties in differeinent playing factor.
Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola, Recorder
Teaching Methods: For beginning students, I generally start them out on Essential Elements Book 1. After a couple months, I like to add Suzuki Book 1. Once the student is comfortable with their instrument, I like to incorporate songs of their own choice - like, the theme to Star Wars!
Teaching Styles: As a music teacher, there are few things more rewarding to me than to see one of my students progress musically and learn to love their instrument! My goal for all of my students is to impart the love of music, and by so doing to enrich the landscape of their lives.
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