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Kasey K

Kasey K

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Hey Guys, I'm a very enthusiastic person with a passion for teaching and love for knowledge. I graduate from NMSU with my BM in music performance in 2010. I've had great sucess and am well traveled when it comes to music. From symphonies to quartets, jazz ensembles to rock bands, I've done it all. I'm a recent Texas transplant and I really excited to begin working!

Shabria R

Shabria R

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I teach a predominantly Suzuki as I learned with the Suzuki method and I am trained as a Suzuki instructor. I don't completely immerse my students with the Suzuki method and while learning how to play by ear, I teach students how to read music so that they are able to compose their own music.

Josh H

Josh H

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I will always set goals that I know are within reach for my students. I want to create an environment that will help them develop a passion for music in a way in which they are comfortable, not frustrated. In my mind I am always going to put the person first that I am teaching by trying to find out what inspires them. I will then assess and change my style accordingly. Music lessons for me are more than just learning an instrument; being a true musician is about discovering who you are as an individual, gaining confidence, and practicing perseverance.  

Kelly D

Kelly D

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I mainly use the Suzuki method, but also teach other non-tradiational methods including hmyns, gospel, ect.

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