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: Each lesson is customized to the student, as each student's needs and interests are different. I feel that it is very important to provide a solid musicianship foundation, wihle at the same time allowing students to explore the music styles that they really love.
Teaching Styles: Lessons are designed to be fun and engaging. Various teaching approches are used depending on the student's learning style, and together we set musical goals that the student will feel comfortable performing/sharing with friends and family.
Instruments: Piano, Voice
Teaching Methods: My philosophy is to foster student growth and creativity, through the learning of Bel Canto exercises and allowing students to make their own repertoire choices. We release the voice through learning how to release tension and sing with a healthy sound, and then we apply that to the style of repertoire that you have chosen. My number one priority with my students is that they are singing with a healthy and clear tone, and that their voices will be versatile across all singing styles. Improvisation and aural skills are also very important to me, as you will definitely need your ears to become a successful performer!
Teaching Styles: I love teaching. Nothing makes me happier than seeing a student's voice open up and the joy on their face as they improve. After the initial lesson of getting to know you and your voice (or piano abilities), I will begin to teach you different exercises that we will use to get your voice into healthy habits. I do not work out of a method book, so this will challenge your aural memory (it's a good idea to record your lessons!). A few weeks in, we will pick a song for you to apply these habits you have been fostering through the chosen exercises.
Teaching Methods: I am very aware that no two people, and no two students, are alike. Thus, there is no one-size-fits-all lesson plan that I use. My goal is to maximize musical potential, exposure, and enjoyment, and I intuitively customize lesson plans based on the needs and wishes of students and, as necessary, the students' guardians. That said, I do not compromise on the fundamental aspects of music and the piano that must be taught. I am just extremely open and able to customize how I communicate and teach these fundamentals, and how I aim to musically inspire all of my students.
Teaching Styles: Whether by the piano or surrounded by scores of children at the Boys and Girls Club, I understand that all children are born with a desire to learn and grow. I see that one of my purposes in life is to stoke children's desire to learn and grow, and to aid them in their journey of development. Music is an essential aspect of inspiring children to develop and flourish, and I am so grateful that I was taught music since an early age. I aim to take this appreciation for being taught music and "pass it on" to those who will one day (and sooner!) appreciate it as much as I do.
Teaching Methods: I believe that piano lessons should be fun as well as educational, and incorporate theory, history, and ear training into lessons along with technique and interpretation. Depending on the student's best way of learning (visual, tactile, aural, etc.) I work with them on creative ways of securing memory and developing a sense of confidence in their art. A strong connection to the piece is essential, so I encourage students to pick repertoire that they are passionate about. I also plan biannual recitals for my students and encourage them to perform if they would like!
Teaching Styles: I am always encouraging and have something positive to say. Music is never about just playing all the right notes--mistakes happen in life! The artistry is I how we recover and what we make our audiences to feel. Confidence is the number one thing I want my students to have, and just below is a great love for what they're doing. Students are encouraged to practice as much as they are able, but there's always something to work on, so students with busy lives don't have to worry about strictness or disappointment with me. I care that you are enjoying your work and learning valuable things-- the drive to practice should come from your own desire to learn so that you can play even better music, not from fear of your teacher.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Drums
Teaching Methods: My goal is for my student to feel confident on his or her instrument, to be knowledgable in an appropriate number of scales and musical terms, and to read and write with appropriate musical notation.
Teaching Styles: Since I believe music is best when it is an expressive artform, I encourage my students to use their music playing skills as a means to create and become confident in their ability to do so. Music is a huge joy for me, so I try to share this with my students and lead them to find the same experience. I keep my lessons moving and challenging and try to make the whole process rewarding.
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