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Bachelor Degree: Berklee College of Music
2016 - Berklee College of Music Full Scholarship
2015 - Red Sea Jazz Festival Young Ensemble Competition Winner
Hi! My name is Avi, and I'm a wind instruments artist.
I'm a performer, teacher and recording artist. I've graduated from Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music in 2015, and later from Berklee College of Music in 2018, majoring in performance and jazz composition. Starting to study and play music at the age of 6 years old, I've been performing for the better part of my life. I've toured all around Europe, the US and more, alongside teaching for the past decade in various forms and settings. Feel free to send a message and talk about music - That's the reason we're here!
I've started teaching about a decade ago. Whether if it's saxophone, clarinet, flute, jazz or classical, harmony, theory, ear training or improvisation; my goal is to find a way to get my students involved and interested. I've taught private lessons and groups. Starting at elementary age and all the way to adults. Everyone has their own taste and it's very important to find that thing that makes the student passionate towards the instrument. I would go through the fundamentals of each instrument. Navigating through technique, sound, basic reading and time feel, all the way to playing that favorite song or improvise on it.
For all of my different students at all levels, I'll start with making sure that the student knows the basic fundamentals of properly playing the instrument. Whether if it's technique, breathing correctly, playing notes and scales - the basic control of the instrument is essential. I'm always working with my students towards advancement while keeping in mind that every student is different and should be addressed differently according to they're goals and aspirations. Playing music should be fun and rewarding, thus the way to our goals should also be a fun part.
The first thing to keep in mind in my lessons is that we are all here for a specific reason. Every student comes with some sort of goal in mind, and I'm here to help him get to it! Some students dream about playing their favorite songs, and some would just love to improvise and be able to play freely with their bandmates. I see a lot of teachers who will eventually forget that goal while continuing to work on other important aspects of learning, but as soon as you lose the student's interest, you will not advance as efficiently. I believe in sustaining and developing this primary impulse is what keeps us involved in making music. It should be always kept in mind - alongside other important fundamentals of music.
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