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BM, Berklee College of Music, Music Therapy (Guitar Principal)
2014 - Berklee Achievement Scholarship 2014 - CJ Cultural Scholarship 2014 -Berklee Dean's List 2016 - Berklee Dean's List 2018 - Graduated Berklee College of Music Magna Cum Laude
I'm a dedicated instructor who finds joy in working with students to find the highest level of musicianship they can achieve. I graduated from world renowned Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Therapy. I have had the opportunity to play in multiple countries such as Canada, South Korea, Philippines, and the U.S.A and build experience as a musician. Most of all, I love to share my knowledge in music with others and help them grow as musicians. I am eager to meet more students and fellow musicians through Musika.
I started teaching when I was in high school, I began by teaching young students ranging from 5 years old to teenagers. As I started attending college, my students' age spectrum expanded into adults and even seniors. Through these experiences, I have learned to mold my teaching skills according to the students' needs and cater an enjoyable, and yet, challenging lesson. Mostly focusing on what the student enjoys, I systematically add musical concepts and ideas that can bring the student's playing to the next level. This way, the student will know what and why they are learning and will love practicing. I'm excited to meet students of all ages!
I assess what the student's current strengths, weaknesses, and needs are. Every student will have a different approach in the lessons as everyone has different taste in music and different learning styles. I cater to the student's interests to make the lessons easy and interesting while making sure that the student is aware of the reason that they are understanding how the topic they are currently learning blends and builds into their overall playing and musicianship. No matter the age, music can be entertaining and that is what I strive to accomplish in the lessons.
Seeing my students progress as musicians is the most rewarding part about teaching. Being a good musician does not only mean that an individual has good technique but it also means that they are able to portray their thoughts through their music and most importantly, having fun. I encourage taking things one at a time to ensure that my students are understanding and internalizing the musicality in each of the lessons. I make sure to acknowledge accomplishments and support feedback for areas that need work.
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