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Stephan L

Stephan L

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Nothing is more rewarding than seeing that musical spark ingnited in a student.  Every student has different interests and different learning styles.  Therefore, I make it my number one priority to accomodate the student's learning needs.  Each lesson, we will set small attainable goals that can be achieved each week in order to help fuel a student's desire to progress and continue practicing.  

Alvaro B

Alvaro B

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I have been teaching guitar and piano to many different students. I love to teach and I think that it is one of the most wonderful things in life. I have been playing in shows since 1999, performing styles from classical music to blues, jazz and rock. I love to play and record live. 

Rebecca E

Rebecca E

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Hi! Formally, I am a science teacher. I honestly don't know if I love teaching music or science more; I'm so captivated by both. I took off a year to finish a master's degree at UF, but now I'm back to what I love - teaching youth! I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education. This degree has enabled me to become a much better instructor, as well as perceive student needs and adjust teaching for different learning styles. I grew up as a "military brat" and then served in the Marine Corps. Moving to many different states and overseas countries has made me more well-rounded and appreciative of cultures. I developed a greater appreciation for music, proving it as a universal language among people holding diverse traditions. Some things I enjoy doing: teaching kids of all ages at church, creating things with carpentry/woodworking, producing artwork, reading, and going to the beach. I use my living room as my studio, it is quite large. I live alone, so it is nice and quiet. I like having a copier/printer to copy music on-the-fly. I find that depending on the lesson and the direction students take, I need to adapt the curriculum right then and there.

Daniel S

Daniel S

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The first lesson is always partly an interview so I can understand exactly what the student's goals are. I typically establish good posture and breathing habits (or bowing and fingering, if violin) first and then move on to essential warm-up exercises. Those exercises then become their regular homework, to hopefully be practiced multiple times a week or if possible, every day. I remind the student of breathing and posture regularly - good habits are the goal! I will continually focus on vowel-forming exercises and funneling the singing air through the nasal cavity and middle of the face. This way, the student will understand how to produce a big sound without straining. Breathing exercises such as 'underwater noises' and 'tornado siren' are fun and keep the mood open and lively. I want to create an atmosphere that lets the student feel strong enough to test their limits. Beyond this foundation, we will choose songs to learn together and these songs will be how we develop the students performance power and put the exercises into practical application.

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