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Kristin S

Kristin S

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I began teaching private students while in college through a music store in Ellicott City, MD. I taught students from age 6 to 15. I had up to 15 students on varied occasions. I am looking forward to teaching students of all ages!

James B

James B

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Teaching music is a task for the highly flexible individual.  A teacher should be knowledgeable, experienced, skilled in performance and above all, motivating.  An instructor should be able to prepare students for many diverse musical situations, strengthen and develop skills and keep the student excited about the music. Private lessons should always cover the basics such as technique, musicality and tone quality. Basic technical skills are an essential element to any lesson.  Whether the student is only first establishing these skills, or seeking further development, I incorporate many finger exercises, scales and etudes in the teaching of technique.  I find it necessary to go over with a student (especially a beginning student) how to practice the material on their own.  Most students are not taught how to practice, which is the only way to improve.  Teaching a student how to work through difficult rhythms is never overlooked.  By demonstrating ways to count out rhythms, clap beats and how to write in the counts, students will have a better understanding of how to approach rhythm. Teaching musicality is another important element in lessons. Students should have knowledge of dynamics, phrase structures and musical styles.  In order to teach this, I have my students play a wide variety of solos from all style periods.  I also encourage them to listen to the piece and often give them recordings and mini listening assignments.  Expression is perhaps the hardest area to instruct upon.  I find the development of an individual voice essential for their success as a musician.  It is necessary to emphasize the emotional and creative aspects of the music by encouraging the students to think of visualizations, stories or emotions while playing. Motivating the students is another challenge. The student needs to be excited about the music and love to play. I encourage students to choose solos and pieces that they are interested in.  Lastly, the student needs to feel like you are enjoying the lesson as well. It has been my experience that if the teacher is excited, the student will be too.

Jeremy M

Jeremy M

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I began playing trumpet at a very young age, and have found it, and music in general, to be the most valuable means of communication available to us. I graduated from University of Maryland School of Music December 2014, and have played in a number of bands (both jazz and classical), taught private lessons, and worked as a festival clinician for local schools. I hope to convey the same energy and joy that inspired me to pursue music in my future students.

Douglas P

Douglas P

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I started teaching private students during my undergraduate years.  During these years many of the students were beginners who were starting in beginning band.  Shortly after my undergraduate studies I taught music in the classroom for the next 15 years.  My classroom experience range from grades pre k- collegiate.  I've taught courses in general music, various theory and composition courses, instrumental band and orchestra.  I've also taught brass methods courses for educators in their preparation for teaching instrumental music.

Cameron S

Cameron S

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I love my students progressing and working hard to develop a passion for music. Each student will progress at his or her own pace. I set goals for my students each lesson they come to me. Encouraging students and getting them to set there own goals they focus and then they work at it.

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