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Jeremy M

Jeremy M

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From the first lesson, the most important aspect of teaching is ensuring that the student is attaining the goals he/she is most excited about. If the student is enthusiastic and driven, the rest falls into place naturally. That's the way it's been for the students I've taught, and the way it began for myself. I make sure to celebrate the student's accomplishments and victories, but also address any points or facets of their performance that they could improve upon. Listening to, appreciating, and eventually understanding artists, be it Handel, Miles Davis, Elvis, or Coldplay, is a vital part of my teaching style. Inspiration is born from interest, and practice from passion.

Joshua R

Joshua R

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The most important elements of my teaching style are patience and consistency.  It takes time and a great deal of repetition to become a good musician, as my own experience attests to.  I encourage my students to set goals that start small and gradually increase over time, and are consistent with their time commitment.  I am very flexible, and can adapt to each student's particular needs with ease.  My methods are best demonstrated in person though!

Wayne W

Wayne W

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I start all beginning brass players in the Tradition of Excellence method (Kjos Music) as well as individually designed drills and warm-ups. Intermediate students progress to the Rubank Intermediate Method as well as the beginning of the Arbans Method and grade 1 -3 solos. Depending on the individual, advanced students move on to grades 4-6 solos and method books that are specific to their instrument. All students, starting with "advanced beginners" are encouraged to play on studio recitals in a positive, supportive setting. Constructive feedback, as well as a social support network of like-minded students, are important elements in my studio. For adult students, the lesson material and methods are guided by their personal interests and goals, as well as specific technical challenges.

Traci N

Traci N

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My master's degree in trumpet performance at the University of Denver included a teaching assistantship: I taught trumpet lessons, coached brass quintets, trumpet ensembles, and more. I had a private studio in Denver and again in Cleveland, where I was before relocating to DC. In Cleveland I taught full-time and ended up with over fifty private students. My students there received such honors as entrance into the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra and Youth Wind Symphonies. My primary goal with teaching is to showcase everything that learning an instrument can teach someone about life, including patience, dedication, and habit building, and how these things add up to a lot of fun.

DeAndre S

DeAndre S

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For students just starting out the focus is always on the fundamentals. Hal Leonard has some great Essential Elements books. When students show progress with these types of instruction manuals we'll usually jump to specific pieces of music that focus on the elements that we learned about in our method books. Lessons are tailored to the student and his or her needs and goals. All students aren't shooting to play at Carnegie Hall or tour the World. Some of my students just want to be able to learn a song from the radio whenever they want. I'm happy to teach them all the fundamentals so that that is not only possible but fun.

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