Our music lesson students will have the opportunity to take lessons from the comfort of their own home or in one of the teachers studios. Careful attention is placed on each student to ensure a custom lesson plan. Our music teachers understand that every student has different needs and abilities and therefore the lessons will be planned with that knowledge in mind.
lessons are available in the following areas:
Instruments: Guitar, Violin
Teaching Methods: I believe that if I show my students how to practice, and provide them with musical exercises, they can use those tools to improve their playing. I also believe that students learn the quickest when they are having fun and enjoying their instrument.
Teaching Styles: Every student is required to maintain a practice journal. Throughout our lessons, I will arrange a song that interests my students at a level that is playable, as well as break the song apart and create musical exercises.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola, Bass Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin, Electric Violin, Fiddle, Double Bass
Teaching Methods: I use a very concise methodology in my instruction. I evaluate the students level, from there I make a step by step guide (of selected piece and etudes) to show the student their progress into the next level. I also encorperate ideas in theory, history, and ear training. Also if the student has yet to learn how to read musical notation. that will be taught along side with regular instrumental lessons.
Teaching Styles: As an instructor of music, I ask for the very best of my students. And in turn, I will give them my very best to ensure that they become fluent in they instrument of choice. My style is simple, fun, and effective. My style takes on a real world approch to mastering your instrument.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Saxophone, Clarinet, Drums, Bass Guitar
Teaching Methods: My process is based on (but does not adhere strictly to) the Classical approach to Western tonal harmony, shares the basic tenets of the Suzuki method, and asks that the students develop certain fundamentals of technique and theory. In my experience, this structure creates the strongest foundation for pupils to build the rest of their musical lives on, whether professionally or solely for personal enjoyment. All of my students are on the fast track to studying music theory. Whatever level they are at when I start with them, I guide their efforts into bringing the students up to a certain level of comprehension regarding the mathematical aspects of music and how it relates to their instruments. This understanding of theoretical principles of sound allows the students to play any style of music they wish, no matter how their tastes may change throughout their lives.
Teaching Styles: Curriculum: Elements of rhythm. Elements of pitch. Elements of dynamics. Elements of articulation. Reading/writing notation. Tone development. Finding/expanding your range. Dexterity, speed and accuracy. How to project. How to advance to the next level. Playing by ear. Improvisational techniques. Finding your signature style. Expression/lyricism. Composition/Arrangement. Project management.
Instruments: Piano, Violin, Cello, Viola
Teaching Methods: I have various methods. Really it depends on age when it comes to piano. 4-5 year olds I use Music For Little Mozarts or the Alfred Series. When teaching violin, viola, and cello I use Essential Elements for Strings and also the Suzuki books
Teaching Styles: I have a motivational teaching style. I really love to see the passion for music in my students and like to help them succeed in any way possible. I use positive reinforcement to keep my students motivated. I love to make games out of lessons so the lesson feels like fun.
Instruments: Violin, Viola
Teaching Methods: I'm an extremely friendly and dedicated Suzuki teacher. I earned my Suzuki Pedagogy Certification under the tutelage of Kimberly Meier-Sims. I take my profession as an artist and my role as a teacher very seriously, but still keeping the lessons fun and exciting because that's how kids learn!
Teaching Styles: I believe in the teacher, student and parent triangle from the Suzuki method: that the triangle must be balanced in order to achieve and retain the most from each lessons. It is my job as a teacher to create a "can't fail environment" for the student and it takes one step at a time. My goal as a teacher is to guide and develope students into nobel human beings with a kind heart.
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