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Jimmy B

Jimmy B

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I am very methodical and my assessments are of great importance. I motivate and teach each student at their level and get great results.The student plays back the material explained to insure the ability to practice at home the lesson given.It takes time to attain these goals but encouragement and drive is instilled in the students overall experience as to better make headway to attaining his or her goal. As a professional, I transgress the things that took me there. To share my experiences which in turn motivated the learning to a successful level.

Hallie C

Hallie C

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I have been teaching private lessons for 11 years. I taught in a school in India for the past three years. I attended the Prague and Czech Budweiss conservatories in the Czech Republic. I graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy.

Constance R

Constance R

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I find that the key to enjoyable lessons is to discover just the right sort of pieces a student  likes to play. No one likes having to practice something they think is boring. It is with this in mind that I also incorporate games and flash cards and activities involving action for the little ones who can't sit long on a piano bench.  I make sure we use ALL the keys of a piano from one end to the other, and the black ones too. Scales and chords are also exciting to claim from one end to the other in all their inversions.  For the violin, the books/CDs and GAMES invented by master teacher Eden Vaning-Rosen make learning the violin EASY AND FUN.  I have such fun teaching her methods, which she learned from Suzuki and adapted to American culture.

Gregory d

Gregory d

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For beginning cello students of all ages, I normally use one of my teacher's method books: Cellocity by Helga Winold of Indiana University. As my cello students progress, I slowly introduce smaller pieces that can normally be found in Suzuki method books. After my cello students have advanced significantly, I begin to introduce more complex pieces that are found in the standard cello repertoire. Eventually, my students reach a level where they gain the ability to gauge their experience level and select their own pieces with my approval. Throughout the process, I also integrate tidbits of music theory and history to give the student a more well-rounded experience.  As for guitar and piano, I normally take a more custom approach to teaching that tends to not revolve around any specific method book. However, I typically teach beginning pianists and guitarists how to read through and play simple pieces of music so that they understand the fundamentals before moving on to a mix of songs or pieces that I select and songs or pieces that the student wishes to play so as to keep things fresh and exciting. 

Trevor M

Trevor M

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Over the course of the past seven years I have taught in private music schools, public schools, and students' homes. My lessons are structured around what the student wants. For example, I have taught many students in middle and high school who wanted to prepare for competitions or college auditions. I have also taught many young children, who simply enjoy the sound of a stringed instrument and want to make that sound themselves! I have even taught adults in their fifties and sixties who want to pick up their instrument after a long absence. I take great pride in being a teacher, and few things bring me more joy than seeing a student succeed or say "Oh, now I get it!" in a music lesson. Whether I'm preparing a student for a college audition, a recital, or even just to play "Mary Had a Little Lamb" for mom and dad, every student is important to me, and every lesson is tailored to each individual students' needs.

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