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: Violin, Viola
Teaching Methods: Suzuki method is mostly used as well as other traditional methods to supplement. I focus on ear- training and tone development.
Teaching Styles: Each lesson will contain four (4) elements: 1. Technique development 2. Ear and Rhythmic training 3. Music theory 4. Performance All elements are taught in fun and exciting ways that will keep you motivated and enthused! I am interested in teaching students of all ages and levels, it doesn't matter if you are just curious about the violin or viola and this has always been something you wanted to explore, or if you plan on becoming a professional as well. I know that everyone has a different learning style so I make sure to develop a curriculum a suites my students, making sure that certain goals and benchmarks are reached. This will be a lesson that you will look forward to having every week!
Instruments: Violin, Trumpet
Teaching Methods: Arban, Rubank, Clarke, Schlossberg, Concone
Teaching Styles: I strive to instill in my students the capacity to teach themselves; after all, it is in the practice room, not in the lesson studio, where the greatest leaps are made. Through a focus on sound and air, the embouchure is trained to be reliable and consistent. A strong foundation of fundamental mechanics and technique will open the doors to play any music in any style.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Cello, Viola, Flute, Drums, Bass Guitar, Organ, Synthesizer, Harmonica, Fiddle, Latin Percussion
Teaching Methods: German, Italian, Spanish, American and Suzuki Methods. Currently I am creating a new method for musical composition.
Teaching Styles: I love teaching music is my passion, I try to give a free way of learning to each student where they will feel the music as a wonderful art of life, the progress will be something quite natural as I approach them into a good technique combining their own personal inspiration, I love to teach some composition too, so they will develop their creativity in their own work.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Violin, Cello
Teaching Methods: I look at a students ability to read music first to determine what kind of music they should be working on. I teach students on an individual basis in order to quickly help them improve.
Teaching Styles: I expect my students to come into their lessons with a notebook and pencil so that they can write down what happens during the lessons. This is how they look back and reflect during their inmdividual practice.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Violin
Teaching Methods: For beginning students, I teach them the basics first, and then simple and fun pieces that they can master. For intermediate students, I start them on method books and more advanced techniques. With advanced students, I help them refine their playing and personalize each piece that they learn.
Teaching Styles: I first talk with my students to figure out their goals. Once a reasonable goal has been agreed upon, I enthusiastically help them jump right into playing their instrument. By breaking up portions of the lesson with review of simpler pieces, I encourage my students to play fun and simpler things as well, so that they do not beocme frustrated. I always bring my positive attitude to each lesson, and have the students write down what to work on after each lesson.
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