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Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet
...Clarinet: Any beginning band method book, Baermann, Klose, Voxman. At advanced levels I will use appropriate repertoire and advanced method books tailored to the student. Saxophone/flute: Any beginning band method book or standard beginning to intermediate woodwind book. ... Read More
...For Young beginners I use: Bastien Piano Basic Methods, Hal Leonard Piano Student Library (students over 6 years old), Faber Piano Adventures (students over 6 years old), Alfred's Basic Piano Library When they reach Book 3, or intermediate level, I combine work with one big solo piece (classical, pop, etc) For Adult Students I use Alfred's adult all-in-one Book 1 and/or 2 before introducing the adult student to solo repertoire. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Trumpet, French Horn
...I found that the feeling of seeing/hearing a student succeed at their instrument makes me incredibly happy!!! I have taught anywhere from classical/instrumental to country/hip hop.... Read More
...All students are different and will learn at a different pace. I praise my students for their accomplishments and hard work. It is very important to me that my students leave their piano sessions feeling happy and looking forward to their next piano lesson session.... Read More
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