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Featured Music Teachers In Indiana

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering music lessons in IN. Whether you are looking for beginner music lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
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Breanne J

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Music

I am so excited to see my students grow in their vocal craft. Using correct placement and vocal methods, I hope for all of my students to develop healthy, fluid, and consistency of sound flow! I promise I am patient, kind, empathetic, and I understand that while getting proper vocal technique is important, there is nothing more important than mental health. If a student comes in feeling stressed out or unwell, I will do my best to bring them into a more positive mindset. Read More

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Lei L

Instruments: Piano, Music, Keyboard

My teaching experience dates back to my college days, as I began teaching college-entrance level music theory classes and private piano lessons. For the past of ten years, I have been teaching classical piano, music theory, ear training, jazz piano, jazz history/theory, and k-12 level school bands including young winds, symphonic band and jazz band. I teach students with different music levels and ages. And I speak Mandarin and English, and I have been teaching bilingually for almost my entire teaching career. Read More

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Rachel H

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Flute, Ukulele, Piccolo, Music, Keyboard

For beginning or new students I like to begin with the Faber and Faber lesson books, although I am flexible to use whatever methods course works best for each individual student. Once a student has some beginner playing skills and theory basics, I like to encourage them to pick songs that they enjoy playing. I focus on a combination of classical, Disney, pop, and jazz. I encourage students to practice on a regular basis, write in their music (if necessary), ask for help (communication with what is and isn't working is key to success), and to work in a step by step system to learning music. Read More

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Richard D

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Saxophone, Drums, Organ, Synthesizer, Music, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

Every student learns differently, so by finding out what inspires my student, I am able to create individiualized lesson plans that cater to my student's needs without losing focus on the fundamentals of music. Music is such a blessing and should be fun! Ample time is given to students to discover their own music and inherent rhythms while studying the vast pedigree of music that has come before us. My lesson plans incorporate everything from reading writing music, jam sessions (often times with me!), and recording time. Read More

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Emily C

Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Clarinet, Music, Keyboard

For clarinet and saxophone students enrolled in school programs, I generally teach from their school method books, supplementing with standard methods like Rose, Baermann, and Rubank.  I encourage interested students to study solo or chamber repertoire of their choice, allowing them to explore the music that interests them most.     For beginning piano students, I almost always use the Faber Piano Adventures series. I find that it lays a great foundation for both students who want to pursue classical piano and those who might be more pop oriented, and the material is musically engaging and enjoyable to play and listen to. Read More

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