Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar
I like to teach students what they want to learn. I try to structure lessons based on the interests of the student, in a way that is incorporating larger important concepts in a way that is not overwhelming. I want my students to walk away from each lesson with a new thing they can do and want to show everyone, because that makes you feel good about your progress!!
Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
My method is simple, teach the student how to enjoy learning music. Every student learns at a different pace and it is my job to show you the steps you need to get the results you want. For children I have a vast amount of musical games that will make them fall in love with their instruments and music in general. For more advance students, I will focus on your weaknesses, learning repertoire and slowly introduce reading and theory in a simple fun way. The student will usually choose to learn things they want to learn, but I like to slowly introduce the method of learning thru improvisation. Making the instruments part of your being, will let you play whatever you want, in any genre or style.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar
For absolute beginners(which i have experience with) i typically show them a couple open chords to practice.this teaches the student how to place their fingers and also how to properly hold a guitar.once the student is a little proficient, i introduce single notes on the fretboard, as well as a few more open chord shapes and task them to make a simple song in any style that pleases them. For adults, i typically find out what their interested in and tailor the lesson accordingly. the goal is to keep the student encouraged and aware of their own progress regardless of starting ability level.
Instruments: Guitar, Voice, Drums
Teaching Methods: In order to help my students grow and flourish to their fullest potential, I make individualized lesson plans for their personal goals, abilities, and music preferences. No matter what level of student I am teaching, I always make sure that we are working on pieces that helps them continue to develop their technique, fundamental music skills, and artistry. I always want to keep my students moving forward and getting out of their comfort zone. But I also make sure that we work on music that the student loves to keep them motivated.
Teaching Styles: I love being a part of my students' musical journey. It is important to help my students develop skills and technique as well as find the love and meaning behind why we do what we do as musicians. In order to help my students grow and flourish to their fullest potential, I make individualized lesson plans for their personal goals, abilities, and music preferences. Being a music therapist in addition to a musician, performer, and educator, gives me a unique perspective, empathy, and approach to how my students relate to music and how they relate to me as their teacher. I am all about empowering my students. I encourage them to find their own unique voice as a musician and a person.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele
I like to challenge people and try to push them beyond what they think they can do. It is always amazing when someone first realizes that they are capable of so much more with hard work. That being said, I like to make sure people are having fun since that is, among other things, the point of playing music.
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