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Instruments: Piano, Trumpet
Styles: Classical

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Eun N In Home
Instruments: Piano, Trumpet
Styles: Classical

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Ages Taught: 10-80
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Eun Jung Noh holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Yonsei University of Music in Seoul Korea, and a Master’s Degree from Brooklyn College of The City University of New York

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I hold a Bachelor’s Degree from Yonsei University of Music in Seoul, Korea, and a Master’s Degree from Brooklyn College of The City University of New York. As a soloist, she performed with Underwood Chamber Orchestra from 2004 to 2011at Carnegie Hall for a Mission Concert. In addition to her performances with the Underwood Chamber Orchestra from 2011to 2015, New York Wind Orchestra Concert in 2015 and Good Neighbors Chorus with Chamber Orchestra Concert in 2014 to 2015. Eunjung Noh was a soloist in the Yonsei University Orchestra and Yonsei University Concert Band in 1993. She has also performed with the Karos Ensemble in 1994 and with the Yonsei Alumni Orchestra in 2002 both as a soloist. Eunjung Noh performed also as a member of different orchestras such as the Underwood Chamber Orchestra of New York, New York Symphony Orchestra, the Chodae Chamber Orchestra, and many others. Currently, she is a member of Underwood Chamber Orchestra and New York Wind Orchestra and is a member of the National Federation of Music Clubs.

EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching since childhood. I am available as a tutor in trumpet, beginning piano, music theory, and general music. Musical studies began early started for me on piano at age 6. At age 10, I started trumpet in the school band and after interested in the more traditional classical and church music. My teaching experience dates back to my college days, I have been consistently teaching students for 20 years. Encouraging regular practice on a consistent schedule is one of the key points I like to emphasize for younger students, as it tends to help the student progress and gain a passion for the instrument and enjoy the music and motivate them to practice and continue to learn. I use Alfred Piano Method, it also dives into intervallic reading, as described above. Many true, albeit arranged, baroque, romantic, and classical piano pieces are featured without a lot of fluff and fanfare. This may be an ideal method for more serious, self-motivated students. The Alfred method is featured in a variety of books, including an all-in-one piano course for children, a prep course, and a basic piano library, completely correlated and presented in progressive levels. I'm always looking to bring on new students of all ages.

METHODS USED

For beginning students who are children, I typically start with Alfred piano series books( lesson, solo, theory and technic book) and Elementary method trumpet book, Essential elements.Once the student has progressed to have a grasp of the fundamentals, I will begin to introduce solo repertoire appropriate for their first recital performance. For adults, I try to find out what the student is interested in and guide my instruction accordingly to keep the lessons engaging and fun, no matter their ability level.

LESSON STYLE

Here are the things that I want to impart to my piano students in their first 10 weeks of lessons: That I love music and I love teaching them That music lessons are creative and exploratory That creating music is fun and easy That music can tell stories That music is more than pushing down keys That music is art and involves dynamics, speed, feeling, etc. That singing and moving to music is just a part of “how we do things” in music education That playing the piano the right way (ie. with the right technique) is really important The importance of understanding, feeling and moving to meter (duple/triple) The concept of “home”, tonic/dominant tonalities and being able to hear and create bass lines That music is made up of chords, patterns, and melodies That they can transpose music into different keys I use Alfred Piano Method, it also dives into intervallic reading, as described above. Many true, albeit arranged, baroque, romantic, and classical piano pieces are featured without a lot of fluff and fanfare. This may be an ideal method for more serious, self-motivated students. The Alfred method is featured in a variety of books, including an all-in-one piano course for children, a prep course, and a basic piano library, completely correlated and presented in progressive levels.

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