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Instruments: Piano, Cello
...I make sure that pieces the student wants to learn are also incorporated into the mix of classical, folk, and popular musical repertoire, in addition to the regimen of exercises and scales. ... Read More
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...For beginning students who are children, I typically start with Hal Leonards Essential Elements book, as well a basic understanding of music. Once the student has progressed to have a nice grasp of the fundamentals of music, I usually begin to introduce solo repertoire appropriate for their first recital performance. ... Read More
Instruments: Cello, Double Bass
...Nothing is more rewarding than improving and learning a beautiful new piece of music. I take great care and interest in each and every one of my students, always looking for the best way to reach each unique individual's style and character. ... Read More
...I teach from the traditional method. I use the String Builder as it give the student a step by step method on how to learn the notes and how to understand the notes on the page. This method teaches you 2 ideas simultaneously. You read music, and play at the same time. There are many methods of teaching, and I am aware of all of them, but I am very successful with the Traditional method and the String Builder Method Book.... Read More
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