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Kari K

Kari K

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As well as 14 years of classroom music education teaching spanning grades K-12 in choir, general music, and orchestra...I have over 18 years of experience in teaching private music lessons in piano, viola, and voice.  It has been a wonderful experience getting to know students from all walks of life with unique interests as well as unique goals.  From learning how to simply count and name notes to learning the hardest viola concerto, I am there every step of the way for my students.  With experience as a conductor, a musical theater director, a general music teacher, a music competition judge, a professional accompanist, and an overall professional performer...I feel that I can bring an amazing assortment of teaching methods to students who all learn differently and at a different pace.

Emily B

Emily B

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I have been teaching privately since 2006 and in public schools since 2011.  I have high expectations of my students and encourage them to have fun in their lessons.  As my students grow, I tailor their repertoire to fit their needs and interests.  I teach child and adult students.  It's never too late to learn! 

Theresa B

Theresa B

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Violin/Viola: I start with music reading using the Essential Elements 2000 series.  This is for two reasons: 1. Is that it's very easy going and doesn't make learning a chore. 2. Is the school system in the district uses the same book, so the student is prepared for orchestra.  Once the student is familiar with everything in EE 2k, he or she "graduates" to The Suzuki Book series. Along with this, we do fun songs like movie themes, fiddle tunes, world music, or rock song intros. Guitar: For students 8 and under I start with Guitar For The Small Fry because it is entertaining to learn from and not overwhelming.  For students 9 to 15, I use Hal Leonard's Guitar Method because it goes at a really nice pace for that age.  For students 16 and older I like using Mel Bay's Guitar Method because it goes a little faster, has more interesting songs for an older person and includes some music theory.  Where we go after these methods is up to the taste and desires of the student.  Along with the music reading books, I like to throw in some simple folk songs, rock song intros, movie themes, or easy rock or blues songs/progressions.

Brianna S

Brianna S

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Everything I have done has made me into the teacher I am: caring, encouraging, a bit tough at times, but always positive. I've had many different types of teachers, so I know how important it is to enforce discipline, but to be kind.

Nathaniel D

Nathaniel D

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Unlike many teachers I have had, the first thing I will ask the student is what he or she intends to do with music and structure lessons around his or her individual ambitions and dreams. I feel that too many teachers impose a rigid course upon each student to create a cookie-cutter way of producing classical musicians. While this has a good chance of producing strong classically-oriented musicians, I respect the student's individual musical interests, whether they are in playing with an orchestra, chamber group, or other contemporary or folk styles. It is the student's job, whatever the goals may be, to take him or herself seriously enough to be able to share the music with other people, which requires practicing as diligently as circumstances allow, and it is my job to make sure that the student is always on the right path, relaxed and fluid in all actions, and free of any bad habits which may arise and hinder one's playing, and make sure the student is always able to make the most of any instruction I provide.

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