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Featured Clarinet Teachers In Kentucky

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering clarinet lessons in KY. Whether you are looking for beginner clarinet 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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Brittany K

Instruments: Clarinet, Music

Typically in the first lesson, I assess the playing level of the student by asking them general questions about what they have done with music so far. From there it is easy for me to determine what to begin teaching first. For beginner students, I like to start with Hal Leonard's Essential Elements book. If the student has graduated from the beginner book, then I can proceed to intermediate or advanced methods which will include a combination of studies in pedagogy, repertoire, composers, etudes, ensemble work, and technical studies. Read More

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Jose R

Instruments: Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

I started teaching in band camp the summer after my first year of college and have continuously worked with several schools in KY. I have given lessons to students who are just starting out and high school students preparing for auditions and/other performances. I highly encourage students to start taking lessons as early as possible to establish good habits and break bad ones. My goal for any of my students is always to learn as much as possible and to do their best. Read More

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Jake K

Instruments: Saxophone, Clarinet, Euphonium

As an educator, I strive for patience with students making a good effort. I recognize that certain skill sets will take time to develop, and I make sure that all students are doing the right things as they practice. Between lessons, I set a small list of achievable skills and practices for students to do. These lists are tailored for each individual to grow every week. With each lesson, it is my hope that the students find the joy of music making, and develop a love of music in general that will last them their entire lives. Read More

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Christopher K

Instruments: Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

For beginning students who are children, I start with basics and progress thoughHal Leonard'sEssential Elements 2000.When the students a solid foundation I introduce them to repertoire that is appropriate for their first recital. For adults, I find out what type of music they are interested and build my instruction from there. Read More

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Brittany C

Instruments: Guitar, Voice, Clarinet, Ukulele, Recorder, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

My style largely depends on the student and his/her needs and interests. I enjoy using rewards-based encouragement, especially for younger students. The rewards I give are always musical and I usually let the student choose. For example, one of the rewards for consistent practice, learning songs, and listening to recordings is the opportunity to write a parody song. We listen to a few examples and analyze what makes them work. Read More

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